Some Business & Investment visas require an exploratory visit to South Australia before applying for state nomination to help clients better understand their business and lifestyle opportunities in South Australia.
Benefit to State Requirements
For several Business and Investment visa applications, you need to provide evidence that you are applying a benefit to the state of South Australia. Evidence is required for the following Business and Investment Visas:
- Business Innovation and Investment (Permanent) visa - subclass 888
Please see the Benefit to State Requirements for the Business Innovation stream.
- Business Talent (Permanent) visa (subclass 132)
For more details on the Benefit to State Requirements for the 132 visa, please review section 2 on the Significant Business History Requirements page.
Significant Business History requirements
If you are a Business Owner or Entrepreneur seeking State nomination for a Business Talent (Permanent) visa (subclass 132) application for the Significant Business History stream, you are required to fulfil the South Australian Significant Business History requirements.