Mr Liu is a Chinese businessman who approached our Melbourne office in early 2018 to ask for help applying for a subclass 188 Business Innovation and Investment (provisional) visa. He is running an import and export company in China. Initially, he was advised to apply for a temporary business visa for 4 years. During this time, he was told to establish or buy an Australian business and manage the day-to-day operations for 2 years. He could then subsequently apply for a subclass 888 permanent residence visa.
However, after assessing Mr Liu’s financial documents and personal documents, our migration agents realised he was eligible to apply for a subclass 132 Business Talent (permanent) visa directly. This way, he would not need to hold a temporary visa before applying for a permanent residence visa.
He also had a daughter who was 21 years of age at the time. Mr Liu wanted to include his daughter in his application. Our professional migration agents then advised him to apply as soon as possible, as secondary applicants were required to be under 23 years of age at the time of decision (not time of application).
Our consultant helped Mr Liu apply for his subclass 132 visa promptly. His state nomination application was approved within one day of application. Our agent then quickly prepared all supporting documents for him and lodged his visa application within two months of his initial consultation with us.
Mr Liu has been notified to provide additional supporting documents. His subclass 132 Business Talent (permanent) visa is on track to be approved next month. His daughter will be approved as a secondary applicant as she is under 23 years of age at time of outcome.
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