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59 year old seeks migration to Oz on permanent visa.


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59 year old seeks migration to Oz on permanent visa.

59 year old seeks a permanent Visa to Oz, not the 4 yearly renewable. I cannot invest over AU$100,000 to the state. Is there any suitable Visa? I have an invite as partner in a business. Also I have relatives in Oz. Can anybody advice?


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Welcome to the forum Peter but unfortunately I do not think there is anything I can suggest as being too positive re a welcome to Australia.

Even Business visas have age, sponsorship or investment requirements - Visa Options - Business - Visas & Immigration

If you can get a 12 months tourist visa, they can be good for near two years with just one trip out and back as they are usually issued with a latest entry date about 12 months out from issue and then allow a stay of 12 months from latest entry date, so a quick trip to NZ or a cheap one to Asia and you have that two years, no working rights of course.

But in two years, you never know what might happen on the personal front.





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59 year old seeks a permanent Visa to Oz, not the 4 yearly renewable. I cannot invest over AU$100,000 to the state. Is there any suitable Visa? I have an invite as partner in a business. Also I have relatives in Oz. Can anybody advice?
Would you like to pool your resources. We are 3 business people from Greece looking to invest and start up a new business in Oz. You do not mention the business you wish to invest in but we are tourism specialists, events advertising and promotions specialists. 2 are Greek and this one is a Scot. If you feel we should converse let me know.
Cheers.
RayMcG


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