The Instrument specifies the approved forms for making a valid application for the following visa subclasses: 188 (temporary business innovation and investment); 888 (permanent business innovation and investment); 132 (business talent); 124/858 (distinguished talent)
The new instrument commences on 21 September 2019.
The explanatory statement to the Bill includes the following passage:
3. The Instrument operates to specify the approved forms for making a valid application for a Business Skills Business Talent (Permanent) (Class EA) visa; Business Skills (Permanent) (Class EC) visa; Business Skills (Provisional) (Class EB) visa; Business Skills (Residence) (Class DF) visa; Distinguished Talent (Migrant) (Class AL) visa; Distinguished Talent (Residence) (Class BX) visa; and Business Skills (Provisional) (Class UR) visa. The Instrument further operates to specify the place for lodgement and the manner in which an application must be made to ensure a valid application is made for the relevant visa class.
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