Global Business and Talent Attraction Taskforce

The Global Business and Talent Attraction Taskforce is a new plan announced by the Australian Government to attract highly skilled professionals and business leaders to Australia.

The Taskforce appears to be an effort to streamline the migration process for highly sought-after talents to bring their skills to Australia and contribute to the Australian business community.

A big focus of the Taskforce is on bespoke advice from the Government and a whole of government solution, to simplify the process for applicants. 

Learn more about the various Global Talent programs by clicking here

We expect that there will be more details revealed about how the Global Business and Talent Attraction Taskforce will be working and will be updating our website on this.

What are the requirements?

Age requirement for Global Business and Talent Attraction Taskforce 

We are not aware of an age requirement for the Global Business and Talent Attraction Taskforce.

Distinguished talent and business visas alike will require applicants 55 years and older to provide evidence of an exceptional benefit to Australia.

 

English requirement for Global Business and Talent Attraction Taskforce

There are no clear English requirements for the Global Business and Talent Attraction Taskforce.

It is likely that applicants over 18 years old will need to show that they have at least functional English. Each applicant who cannot show this will be required to pay a secondary visa application charge. This charge is currently around $5,000 per applicant. This is common among the visa products we expect the Global Business and Talent Attraction Taskforce to use.

Salary requirement for the Global Business and Talent Attraction Taskforce

The Global Business and Talent Attraction Taskforce does not appear to have a strict salary requirement in the same way as the GTI visa. It appears to provide greater flexibility.

 

Australian nominator requirement for the Global Business and Talent Attraction Taskforce

We expect that the Global Business and Talent Attraction Taskforce will use existing visa products, including the 124 and 858 distinguished talent visas, as well as the 132 and 188 business visas.

For the 124 and 858 visas, you are required to have an Australian organisation or individual nominate you.

For both the 188 and 132 visas, you need to be nominated by one of the states of Australia. We expect that the Global Business and Talent Attraction Taskforce will assist in facilitating this.

Further Information about the Global Business and Talent Attraction Taskforce!

You can some further information about the Global Business and Talent Attraction Taskforce at the following links:

Articles

How can Work Visa Lawyers help?

Work Visa Lawyers is highly experienced in all parts of the Global Talent visa application process. We are able to assist with all aspects of the application, and can also provide advice in relation to:

  • your eligibility for a Global Business and Talent Attraction Taskforce
  • documents to demonstrate your skills 

Work Visa Lawyers will provide an eligibility assessment before advising you to proceed with a visa application.

Our team of experienced Immigration Lawyers and Migration Agents look forward to assisting you with your Australian visa or appeal.

Based in Adelaide South Australia, we provide Australian Immigration advice to people and businesses from all over the world.

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Book an appointment with one of our experienced Immigration Lawyers and Registered Migration Agents here.

 

 

Application process for GTI visa 
To apply under the GTI program, applicants must go through two stages:

Expression of Interest
Visa application 
An expression of interest must be submitted online via the Department of Home Affairs webform.

If you are successful with this first stage, you will be provided with a unique GTI identifier and invited to submit a visa application.

Once this happens, you can then proceed to lodge a subclass 124 or subclass 858 visa (depending on whether you are offshore or onshore). The Department of Home Affairs has recently set the Immi Account system up so that these applications can now be lodged via Immi Account.

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