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  • WA - Business Migrant Incentive Program
    in a business or investment activity in a regional based at least 50 km from the Perth CBD area of Western Australia and qualify for a State sponsored Residence Business Skills Visa business visa How to Apply for Funding To apply for funding for a Migrant Business Proposal the business migrant migration agent or consultant should supply the Small Business Development Corporation SBDC with all of the following a A written quotation from the consultant chosen by the business migrant addressed to the business migrant and including the consultant s ABN b A completed Applicant Information Sheet attached signed by the business migrant and by the migration agent or consultant c A copy of the guidelines attached issued to the consultant to prepare a business proposal for state sponsorship and d A current statement of the assets and liabilities attached of the business migrant Once all of the correctly completed forms are received by the SBDC the application will be processed If funding is approved confirmation will be sent by SBDC to the business migrant with a copy to the migration agent and consultant setting out the date by which time the service should be completed This process may take approximately one week It is essential that approval of funding be obtained from the SBDC prior to the business migrant contracting with the consultant to proceed with the migrant business proposal BMIP applications will not be approved if the service has already commenced Note The Migrant Business Proposal should be completed within 2 months from the date the SBDC approves funding Conditions of Funding The agreement to prepare a migrant business proposal is a private arrangement between the business migrant and an independent consultant The SBDC is not a party to any such contract If the SBDC approves BMIP funding for the business migrant that is a separate arrangement between the business migrant and the SBDC A contribution will only be made towards the cost of preparation of the business proposal if all of the following conditions are satisfied a A copy of the consultant s written business proposal is provided to the SBDC for retention on SBDC files before the approved completion date the proposal meets the SBDC guidelines and is acceptable to the business migrant and the SBDC b The business migrant has already paid the consultant any amounts due which exceed the maximum approved BMIP contribution of 1 500 for preparation of the written business proposal c The consultant has provided the SBDC with an original invoice from the consultant made out to the SBDC for the amount of the approved BMIP contribution plus GST if applicable The invoice should contain the consultant s ABN the business migrant s name the service provided to the client and if the consultant is registered for GST should be a valid tax invoice showing the amount of GST payable and SBDC s ABN 68 066 414 034 The invoice should also certify that no other amounts are owing to the

    Original URL path: http://australia-migration.com.au/page/WA_Business_Migrant_Incentive_Program/160 (2016-02-17)
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  • Business proposal for state sponsorship
    activities including details of capital required to buy or establish and conduct the business or investment activities and for investor visa applicants only the amount of the existing or proposed designated investment date deposited or proposed date of deposit and name of State or Territory Treasury Corporation Business Research Research undertaken to evaluate the viability of the proposed business or investment activities including state of the market and major competitors turnover and profit forecast and number of visits or planned visits to Australia specifically the state you intend to establish your business in Contribution to the Australian Economy Summary of how the proposed Australian business or investment activities will contribute to the economy of the State through generating new employment transferring new capital expanding trade in goods and or services developing export markets or replacing imports introducing new skills expertise technologies or innovations and investing in a regional area A business proposal for state sponsorship of a business talent residence business visa will need to address all of the following key requirements Business Background Business background skills and experience including any Business turnover assets and ownership level for the past 2 years Management role responsibilities qualifications and expertise existing business links or investments in Australia and past or present involvement in bankruptcy or liquidation proceedings Business Overview Overview of proposed Australian business activities including name business structure and location specifying if the business is to be based in the metropolitan area or a regional area indication if new business to be established or existing business to be purchased comprehensive description of the business activities and details of any support received from government businesses investors or partners in Australia Ownership and Management Ownership details and management of the proposed Australian business activities for each party if more than one including level of ownership management role and decision making responsibilities Employment Creation Projected staffing of the proposed Australian business or activities including number of employees and whether full time part time or casual Financial Information Financial capacity to acquire or establish and operate the proposed Australian business activities including details of capital required to buy or establish and conduct the business Business Research Research undertaken to evaluate the viability of the proposed Australian business activities including state of the market and major competitors turnover and profit forecast and number of visits or planned visits to Australia Contribution to the Australian Economy Summary of how the proposed Australian business activities will contribute to the economy of the State through generating new employment transferring new capital expanding trade in goods and or services developing export markets or replacing imports introducing new skills expertise technologies or innovations and investing in a regional area A business proposal for state sponsorship of a residence business visa will need to address all of the following key requirements Business Background Business background skills and experience including qualifications and expertise past or present involvement in bankruptcy or liquidation proceedings and for sponsored provisional visa holders only type of provisional visa

    Original URL path: http://australia-migration.com.au/page/Business_proposal_for_state_sponsorship/161 (2016-02-17)
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  • Investing In Australia
    capabilities across a wide range of industry sectors Site visits assistance to identify the most suitable location and potential partners in Australia for your business in conjunction with relevant State and Territory investment agencies and industry groups Australian Government programs advice on the Government s industry development programs that may be applicable to your business including support for research development innovation and export activities Government approval process advice on government approvals required for your business and help to streamline the relevant processes Ongoing support Your relationship with Austrade does not end once you have established a business in Australia Investment specialists are also available to help you expand your operations and work towards ensuring that your experience in Australia is productive and free of significant impediments to growth In particular they are keen to help you get local business opportunities on the radar screens of your parent company Working in partnership with State and Territory Governments we offer a whole of government approach to addressing issues that are important to you Austrade will actively introduce Australian businesses and research institutions to you to facilitate your making the right connections in Australia Austrade partnership with you and their links with government and business are all directed towards making your investment experience a success Note Austrade promote Australia s competitive advantages as a productive investment destination and actively facilitate investment projects into Australia Austrade does not assist with real estate and portfolio investments Click here to view more details to the AUSTRADE The Australian Trade Commission is the Australian Government s trade and investment development agency More links to State and Territory business sites Business in the Territory North Territory This Government site includes information about doing business in the Northern Territory Department of Industry and resources Western Australia Includes information about

    Original URL path: http://australia-migration.com.au/page/Investing_In_Australia/164 (2016-02-17)
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  • Articles and All about business and investments in Australia
    Contact us Sitemap Secure Client Log in A Migration Lawyer is available to assist you Register now Articles and All about business and investments in Australia Australian Immigration and Visa Services Discover Australia Business in Australia Articles and All about

    Original URL path: http://australia-migration.com.au/page/Articles_and_All_about_business_and_investments_in_Australia/165 (2016-02-17)
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  • News & Articles
    Registration for Assistance About Us Contact us Sitemap Secure Client Log in A Migration Lawyer is available to assist you Register now News Articles Australian Immigration and Visa Services Discover Australia Business in Australia Articles and All about business and

    Original URL path: http://australia-migration.com.au/page/News_and_Articles/166 (2016-02-17)
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  • Property - Investment & news articles
    Us Contact us Sitemap Secure Client Log in A Migration Lawyer is available to assist you Register now Property Investment news articles Australian Immigration and Visa Services Discover Australia Business in Australia Articles and All about business and investments in

    Original URL path: http://australia-migration.com.au/page/Property_Investment_and_news_articles/167 (2016-02-17)
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  • DIY Property Investing
    choosing instead to place their financial destinies in the hands of strangers All too often these strangers are rip off merchants They include marketeers get rich quick scheme promoters and property discounters often companies with reassuring names that imply authority the word institute in the title for example or an association with a reputable entity Property is a particularly dangerous area for investors because of the lack of federal scrutiny of those who sell property products or advice While the new Financial Services Act regulates anyone selling financial products or providing financial advice it excludes real estate Queensland s Fair Trading Minister Merri Rose has announced plans to close the loophole She is asking ministers in other states to back her move to regulate those making millions from property investment advice Currently anyone at all can set up in business purporting to offer property investment advice regardless of previous criminal record qualifications or business practices How to do it yourself Property investment is not a complex matter It involves a number of simple steps and clear principles Educate yourself Read books and magazines speak to people you trust and tap into the wealth of information on the internet Establish a

    Original URL path: http://australia-migration.com.au/page/DIY_Property_Investing/168 (2016-02-17)
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  • Investing in Properties - what to look for
    has boomed But now the tide is turning for residential real estate While there are unlikely to be big falls in house values particularly in major city markets investors cannot expect the same levels of double digit capital growth they enjoyed over the past few years Investors have flocked to residential property in the wake of a weak sharemarket and overall uncertainty So what to do now when the outlook for the sector is not so rosy is a question investors are asking Logically it would seem that at some stage the sharemarket will turn so investors should be at least investigating the opportunities But the threat of war has added yet another layer of uncertainty With real estate still high on the agenda for investors the experts are advising them to look at property sectors other than residential Those that want to stick with residential need to be much more selective and take a long term view as strong capital growth is no longer automatic Rapidly rising markets cover up mistakes points out Rod Cornish head of property research at Macquarie Bank Speculative gains are not on offer but it is still worth considering residential property if you take

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