What is state nomination for business?
State nomination enables state governments to attract successful business owners and investors to the state, which in turn supports job creation, business investment and enhances industry capability.
All business visas require state government nomination.
State nomination does not automatically result in the grant of a visa. Your application must also be assessed by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection against a number of visa-specific requirements. You will only be granted a visa if all requirements are met.
By applying for state nomination in South Australia you will benefit from:
- Opportunity to apply 188/132 visa.
- Additional points towards DIBP’s points test.
- Advice and support from the South Australian Government to help you settle in our state.
- An opportunity to live and conduct business in one of the best parts of the world.
Applicants seeking the assistance of a migration agent are advised to use one registered with the Australian Government’s Migration Agents Registration Agency (MARA).