Subclass 600 Business Visitor Visa Australia lets you visit Australia for general business enquiries and negotiate contracts.
This Subclass 600 Business Visa stream lets you visit Australia for business reasons.
The purpose of the Subclass 500 Business Visitor stream is for applicants who are based or employed outside of Australia and intend to travel to Australia for short visits to undertake a business visitor activity that would not have adverse impacts on employment or training opportunities for Australian citizens or Australian permanent residents.
The subclass 600 visa in business visitor visa stream can only be applied from outside Australia and therefore the application fees will be A$150. Read for more information: Visa 600 Fees and Costs
The processing time for the subclass 600 business visitor visa is as follows:
Read for more information: Visitor Visa Processing Time
The standard travel validity and stay period for Subclass 600 Business Visitor stream applicants is a 12 month travel validity period, with a stay period of 3 months and multiple entries. The longer travel period for up to 3 years, with multiple entries can be considered by the Department of Home Affairs for lower risk business visitors travelling frequently to Australia. A longer stay period for more than 3 months is generally not considered appropriate for Subclass 600 visa Business Visitor stream applicants, to make sure that there are no adverse impacts for employment or training opportunities, and conditions of employment for Australian citizens or permanent residents.
Subclass 600 Business Visitor stream visa applicants may however request to be considered for a Subclass 600 visa with a longer stay period, in circumstances where there is an existing international agreement, such as a Free Trade Agreement in place relevant to the applicant's nationality.
On a subclass 600 business visitor visa, you have no work rights to work in Australia. You can only take part in business negotiations, negotiate contracts, take part in conference or trade fair. However you can not be paid for any such activity, or earn any remuneration.
The visitor visa holder in business stream must not work in Australia other than by engaging in a business visitor activity such as make general business or employment enquiries, negotiate contracts, take part in a conference or trade fair.
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