Migration Tasmania

for business and skilled migrants

Business migrants

The Business migration program aims to attract people with a demonstrated record of business and investment activity who wish to use their skills in Tasmania.

The Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) visa subclass 188 has five different streams for those who are interested to operate a new or existing business, invest in government bonds, invest at least $5 million in complying investments, invest at least $15 million in complying premium investments or have a funding agreement of $200 000 to commercialise a product or service in an Australian business. Eligible subclass 188 visa holders can apply for a Business Innovation and Investment (Permanent) visa subclass 888.

The Business Talent (Permanent) visa subclass 132 has two different streams for high-calibre business people who are interested in investing and operating a business in Australia or have sourced at least $1 million from an authorised Australian venture capital fund for the start-up, product commercialisation or business development of a promising high-value business idea.  

Investment retirement (Temporary) visa subclass 405 is for self-funded retirees who have no dependents and want to live and travel in Australia for up to four years.

Find out about Subclass 188 - Business Innovation and Investor visas

Subclass 188 - Business Innovation and Investor

The subclass 188 visa is for business people who want to establish a business or invest in Tasmania.

Find out about Subclass 132 - Business Talent visas

Subclass 132 - Business Talent

The subclass 132 visa is for high-calibre business owners who aim to have a major management role in establishing or developing a business in Tasmania.

Find out about Subclass 405 - Investor Retirement Visa visas

Subclass 405 - Investor Retirement

This temporary visa is for self-funded retirees who have no dependents and want to live in Australia during their retirement years.