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Business Visa - 132 Business Talent (PR) Visa A/B

The Business Talent (Migrant) visa is a two stream permanent visa for applicants looking to make a business investment in Australia:

  • Significant Business History Stream: for people with ownership interests in large businesses
  • Venture Capital Entrepreneur Stream: for people who have access to venture capital funding of at least AUD 1 million

Duration and Conditions

Permanent residence status is granted through this visa.

Apply in Australia or Overseas?

All applications can be lodged once in Australia or while you’re overseas.

A substantive visa or a Bridging A, B or C visa is required if you are in Australia.

State/Territory Nomination

Only applicants nominated by Australian State or Territory governments can use this visa.

Business Talent Visa (132 Visa)

All applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • You are nominated by an Australian State or Territory government to migrate to Australia
  • You have been invited to apply through the SkillSelect system
  • You have a genuine and realistic commitment after entry into Australia to either establish a new business or to participate in an existing business, and to maintain substantial ownership interest, and be involved in the day to day management of the business

Significant Business History Stream

  • You are under 55 years of age, unless the nominating state or territory government certifies that the proposed business activity is of exceptional economic benefit
  • For at least 2 of the last 4 fiscal years you had:
    • net assets in business of at least AUD 400,000; or
    • 10% ownership of the business if it is a publicly listed company
    • the business had an annual turnover of at least AUD 3 million for 2 of the last 4 fiscal years
  • You have net assets of at least AUD 1.5 million

Venture Capital Entrepreneur Stream

A venture capital funding agreement of at least AUD 1 million through an Australian company who is a member of the Australian Venture Capital Association Limited (AVCAL) is required for every applicant wanting to utilise the Venture Capital Entrepreneur Stream.

Various other business migration categories are at your disposal to help you qualify for this stream. But, business migration can be extremely complex, to the point that your chances of qualifying can be difficult.

Victoria State Nominated Significant Business History (Permanent) visa (subclass 132A)

Business Talent (Permanent) visa (subclass 132)

Significant Business History stream

Business in Victoria You must undertake business activity which will provide an exceptional economic benefit to Victoria. Factors taken into account when assessing this exceptional economic benefit include, but are not limited to:
  • introduction of new/improved technology
  • job creation/retention
  • expanding exports of value added goods and services
  • introduction of new skills
  • increasing competitiveness
  • import replacement
  • the particular industry sector involved
  • the geographic location of the business.
Not all business activity is eligible for nomination. Exclusions include:
  • passive investment
  • general importing
  • exporting of commodities and scrap metal
  • small scale freight forwarding and warehousing
  • smaller project-based property development.

Property development (updated 9 Nov 2017)

(Following content has been supplied by Live in Victoria)

  • The applicant must have relevant qualifications and experience (for example, architecture, engineering or construction management). Extensive relevant experience may substitute a qualification – this will be considered on a case by case basis
  • The property development activity must align with one of Victoria’s priority sector strategies
  • The minimum A$2 million capital investment must not include land purchase costs
  • The business activity must not be small-scale, project-based property development

These changes do not apply to the Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) visa (subclass 188).

Business Management

How you are to undertake senior level day-to-day and overall strategic management of the business must be demonstrated.

Capital Investment

All net capital investments into the Victorian-based business is required to be at least A$2 million + $500,000 for family settlement.

Business Proposal

A business proposal, supporting research and framework must be developed and is to include:

  • you have reviewed and evaluated your proposed business activity thoroughly
  • the proposed business activity is high quality, from a high-calibre person.

A detailed document of the business proposal is to be included, with information such as:

  • Relevant market research
  • Market entry strategy
  • Competitor analysis
  • Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) analysis
  • Projected cost analysis
  • Location research
  • Evidence of a joint-venture partnership (if relevant)
  • Evidence of any communication with potential suppliers
  • Distribution channel information
  • Marketing plan
  • Feasibility study
  • The role of the applicant in the business

While having consulted with relevant government agencies (where appropriate), it is to be expected that you have visited Victoria and entertained detailed market research.

Victoria State Nominated Venture Capital Entrepreneur (Permanent) Visa (subclass 132B)

Business Talent (Permanent) visa (subclass 132)

Venture Capital Entrepreneur stream

The State Nominated Venture Capital Entrepreneur (Permanent) visa (subclass 132B) has been developed for individuals having secured A$1 million in venture capital funding from a member of the Australia Venture Capital Association Limited (AVCAL). This money is necessary to fund the start-up or product commercialisation of a high value Victorian business idea.

Guidelines

The business activity is required to be ‘eligible’ and supported by comprehensive market research, which will include an evaluation of the business’s potential to deliver an ‘exceptional’ contribution to the economy of Victoria.

Each application is independently evaluated, while factors taken into account will include:

  • The applicant’s business background
  • The potential contribution to be made to the Victorian economy by the applicant’s choice of investment(s)
  • The applicant’s settlement intentions
  • The applicant’s broader business agenda in Victoria
  • Whether the applicant has previously visited Victoria and gained an appreciation of both the business environment and lifestyle.

This office requires a detailed business plan from the applicant, prepared by an independent source. The economic benefit must be detailed by the applicant that will be delivered to the Victorian economy as a result of the applicant’s proposed activity, detailed as an attachment to the formal business plan.

Additionally, individuals may only need to wait for as little as 12 weeks between having a successful state nomination and getting the offer of a visa issue from the Australian Government for the Business Talent visa.

View the Guidelines for State Nominated Venture Capital Entrepreneur (Permanent) visa (subclass 132B).

Standard nomination conditions

Conditions will apply to all nomination offers, while needing to be personally acknowledged and endorsed by the applicant. If an applicant were to fail to comply with these conditions, it will unfavourably impact on the State Government of Victoria’s ongoing visa support.  While a number of standard conditions are enforced, the nomination conditions are drawn up on a case by case basis.

  1. Upon signing the nomination application, the applicant confirms that they have assessed their ability to meet all of the Department of Immigration and Border Protection’s visa eligibility criteria.
  2. In addition to the venture capital funding of A$1 million, the applicant agrees to transfer no less than A$250,000 to Victoria within 23 months of visa activation for settlement related expenses.
  3. Victorian Government nomination is not transferable to any other Australian state or territory.
  4. Should the applicant’s visa application be rejected by DIBP, the Victorian Government as nominating authority will not participate in the Migration Review Tribunal appeals process.
  5. The applicant agrees that the Victorian Government may share information relating to their application, and business/investment activities in Victoria, with DIBP.
  6. The Victoria Government may make direct contact with the applicant in relation their application or other relevant issues.
  7. Applicants residing overseas will have the details of their nomination application forwarded to the relevant Victoria Government Business Office (VGBO). The Commissioner of a VGBO may make contact with the applicant to discuss potential assistance in relation to the development and/or implementation of their future business/investment activity in Victoria. Applicants residing in Victoria may be contacted by an officer from the Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources.
  8. The applicant will notify the Victorian Government of any changes in their contact details and agrees to participate in any surveys that the Victorian Government may initiate.
  9. The applicant understands they are expected to maintain a residence in the State of Victoria.
  10. It is strongly recommended that applicants obtain professional legal and financial advice before investing or undertaking any business activity.
  11. The Victorian Government does not endorse any investment made or any business activity undertaken by the applicant nor does it accept liability for any financial loss, cost of expense incurred as a result of any business decision, business activities or investments of the applicant or any person in any way connected with this application or otherwise.

South Australia 132 Business Talent Visa

132 Business Talent Visa (South Australia Nomination)

The 132 visa consists of 2 streams, while being a state-nominated permanent residence visa for entrepreneurs and business owners.

These two streams include:

  • Venture Capital Entrepreneurs: people who have obtained at least AUD$1 million in agreed funding from an Australian venture capital firm, which is also an AVCAL member, to develop an innovation to a commercial stage.
  • Significant Business History: high level business owners who want to undertake significant business activity providing either, employment, exports or high level investment.

This subclass 132 visa is valid for five years, while having future options for additional permanent residency visas or citizenship.

The 132 visa subclass also does not have a points test.

Both state and Department of Immigration and Border Protection requirements (DIBP) must be met for Business migrants seeking nomination for a Business Talent migrant subclass 132 visa.

A different stream is required for state and DIBP requirements.

Venture Capital Entrepreneurs (VCE)

To meet the nomination requirements of South Australia, you are required to:

  • Meet the 132 VCE stream criteria
  • Live in South Australia
  • Have a viable business idea approved for a minimum AUD $1,000,000 from a member of the Australian Private Equity and Venture Capital Association Limited (AVCAL) for a business venture in South Australia. The venture must be of exceptional economic benefit to South Australia with intellectual property to be registered in Australia.
  • Agree to register your arrival in South Australia with Immigration SA and maintain current contact details for the duration of your visa

Significant Business History (SBH)

To meet the nomination requirements of South Australia, you are required to:

  • Meet DIBP 132 SBH stream criteria.
  • Intend to live in South Australia
  • Commit to invest in South Australia and meet the benefit to state requirement.
  • Provide information to Immigration SA to enable a two year review after visa grant. The information must detail the type of business being conducted, scale of the business and which of the following Benefit to State requirements you have met.
  • Agree to register your arrival in South Australia with Immigration SA and maintain current contact details for the duration of your visa.

Depending on your age, business type and location, the following Benefit to State requirements will vary.

Benefit to State requirements under 55 years of age

Through your business in South Australia, you must commit to meeting a minimum of one of the following requirements within the first two years of holding the visa:

  • Employ four full-time employees for a minimum of 12 months within 24 months of the 132 visa grant date.  They must be Australian citizens, New Zealand passport holders, or permanent residents for the full 12-month period
  • Export AUD $600,000 of South Australian products or services (turnover value)
  • Invest AUD $1,500,000 into a South Australian business(es) (AUD $1,500,000 for property developer

Exceptional Benefit to State requirements over 55 years of age

Through your business in South Australia, you must commit to meeting a minimum of one of the following requirements within the first two years of holding the visa:

  • Employ eight full-time employees– for a minimum of 12 months within 24 months of the 132 visa grant date. They must be Australian citizens, New Zealand passport holders, or permanent residents for the full 12-month period.
  • Export AUD $1,200,000 of South Australian products or services (turnover value).
  • Invest AUD $6,000,000 into a South Australian business (AUD $2,000,000 for property developers).

Regional Concessions – Benefit to State requirements

In order to encourage outside investment of the capital city of Adelaide, country regional areas outside of greater Adelaide will experience less benefits to state requirements for State nomination.

Benefit to State requirements under 55 years of age (Regional)

Through your business in South Australia, you must commit to meeting a minimum of one of the following requirements within the first two years of holding the visa:

  • Employ three full-time employees– for a minimum of 12 months within 24 months of the 132 visa grant date.  They must be Australian citizens, New Zealand passport holders, or permanent residents for the full 12-month period
  • Export AUD $500,000 of South Australian products or services (turnover value)
  • Invest AUD $1,000,000 into a South Australian business (AUD $1,500,000 for property developers).

Exceptional Benefit to State requirements over 55 years of age (Regional)

Through your business in South Australia, you must commit to meeting a minimum of one of the following requirements within the first two years of holding the visa:

  • Employ six full-time employees– for a minimum of 12 months within 24 months of the 132 visa grant date. They must be Australian citizens, New Zealand passport holders, or permanent residents for the full 12-month period
  • Export AUD $1,200,000 of South Australian products or services (turnover value)
  • Invest AUD $4,500,000 into a South Australian business (AUD $2,000,000 for property developers).

Western Australia 132 Visa Requirements

Visa 132 – Business Talent (WA)

High calibre business people with a genuine desire to run a business in Australia should attempt to utilise the Business Talent 132 visa.

Significant Business History Stream

To apply for this permanent residence visa stream, you must be nominated by the Government of Western Australia. State Nomination criteria includes:

  • You have maintained at least a 30 per cent ownership share (or 10 per cent where the business is a publicly listed company) and directly managed a business which had turnover of at least A$3,000,000 for two of the last four fiscal years;
  • Your net assets in business were at least A$400,000 for two of the last four fiscal years;
  • Your proposed business activity in Western Australia will generate substantial economic benefits for the State of Western Australia
  • You must maintain a substantial ownership interest in your proposed business activity in Western Australia;
  • You will meet the business investment, employment creation and purchase of a residence as negotiated in your State nomination agreement with the government of Western Australia, at time of Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) 24 month Survey of Business Skills Visa Holders (Form 1010); and
  • You are less than 55 years of age, or you are proposing to participate in a business activity which will be of exceptional economic benefit to the State

Although applications are assessed on a case by case basis, all general guidelines for State Nomination include:

Any qualifying business:

  • Value of net assets to be in business in WA: at least A$1 million
  • Creation of at least one new job (full time equivalent) in WA
  • A residence is to be purchased in WA

Property development business:

  • Value of net assets to be in business in WA: at least A$1.5 million
  • Creation of at least two new jobs (full time equivalent) in WA
  • A residence is to be purchased in WA

Venture capital stream

General guidelines are as follows:

  • The venture capital entrepreneur stream was designed for a small number of highly talented individuals with high potential, high value business ideas;
  • Ideally, these individuals should have appropriate background in the area in which VC funding is sought which could be evidenced through tertiary qualification, business ownership, and/or patents for invention held in other countries;
  • The VC investment must have been raised from funds that are not connected with the individuals seeking the VC funding;
  • Individuals should not just be employees of a company/business. They should be genuinely interested and skilled in managing/owning the business.

State Nomination criteria includes:

  • You must have entered into a legally binding agreement with an Australian venture capital firm for funding of at least $1,000,000, to be invested into the start-up, product commercialisation or business development of a promising high-value business idea;
  • The venture capital firm must be a member of the Australian Private Equity and Venture Capital Association Limited (AVCAL). AVCAL has information about the venture capital category of membership in the Venture Capital entrepreneur visa factsheet.
Supporting documents for all 132 applications:
  1. Supporting documentation accompanying your business proposal should include, but is not limited to the following:
    • Evidence of in depth business research and a realistic business concept.
    • Third party evidence of communication, meetings and/or negotiations with prospective vendors, suppliers and/or buyers.
    • Prior travel to Western Australia.
  2. On your initial entry to Western Australia, after your visa is approved, you are required to attend a meeting with a business migration officer in order to further assess the progress of your proposed business activities. You will be required to confirm contact details for monitoring purposes.
  3. You will be required to participate in a monitoring survey after visa approval, approximately 24 months after your first entry.

You are required to demonstrate how you are meeting the conditions of your State Nomination Agreement and are required to complete and return the survey:

  • Total capital transfer to WA
  • Business investment
  • Type of business activity
  • Location of business activity
  • Employment generation

Business Talent visa holders are expected to quickly become actively involved in business in Western Australia upon arriving in the state, and will be subject to monitoring by both the Department of Immigration and Border Protection and the Government of Western Australia to assist them to fulfil their business activities.

State Nomination Application Fee for a Permanent Visa

  • Non refundable fee applies for all Business nomination applications lodged with the Government of Western Australia
  • Current fee as of 25 July 2017 is $750

Queensland 132 Visa Requirements

132 Significant Business History Stream (Permanent) for Queensland

All who are interested in owning and managing a new or existing business with the capacity to create jobs and economically boost the state are welcomed to this visa.

You are permanently allowed to stay in Queensland through the Business Talent visa and includes the following stream:

  • Significant Business History visa (132A) is for business owners or part owners who want to have a major management role in a new or existing business in Queensland
  • State nomination for this visa is managed by the Queensland Government through Business and Skilled Migration Queensland (BSMQ) in collaboration with the Australian Government’s Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP).

Eligibility Criteria

A Business Talent visa is to be considered for Queensland state nomination, but you are required to first meet the Australian Government’s Department of Immigration and Border Protection’s (DIBP) criteria. Visit the DIBP website for detailed information.

The Business and Skilled Migration Queensland (BSMQ) criteria must additionally be met.

To seek Queensland state nomination through this visa stream you are required to:

  • Demonstrate that you have net business and personal assets of at least A$1.5 million to be transferred to Queensland within 2 years of your visa being granted, which includes a minimum of A$1 million for investment into a business and a minimum of A$500,000 for settlement costs
  • Demonstrate a commitment to Queensland with an intention to reside and invest in Queensland

Queensland Criteria Processing Times

All Queensland nominations will be decided on within 10 business days of all documents being submitted to BSMQ.

ACT 132 Visa Requirements

High-calibre business owners or part-owners who have entered into a contractual arrangement with an actively operating ACT registered business are required to be eligible for the ACT 132 visa, while it is additionally necessary to invest at least $2 million into the ACT for business purposes.

Applicants willing to enter into a legally binding agreement with an actively operating ACT registered business are responsible to:

  • Invest at least $2 million into an ACT business or investment opportunity. The business proposal must be of economic benefit to the ACT
  • Create three jobs in Canberra for Australian citizens and/or permanent residents
  • Make a personal commitment, and have sufficient personal funds, to settle in Canberra upon grant of the Business Talent (Permanent) (subclass 132) visa – Significant Business History stream

NSW 132 Visa Requirements

Funds transfer: If your proposed business is to be in Sydney

  •  you must transfer at least A$3 million in funds to NSW for business and settling & living expenses (inclusive of A$1.5 million business investment – see “Business investment and job creation” requirement)

If your proposed business is to be in Regional NSW

  • you must transfer at least A$2 million in funds to NSW for business and settling & living expenses (inclusive of A$1 million business investment – see “Business investment and job creation” requirement)

If your proposed business is to be in Sydney, your business plan must demonstrate:

  • business investment of at least A$1.5 million in the proposed business; and that your business will create at least five new full time jobs in NSW

If your proposed business is to be in Regional NSW2, your business plan must demonstrate:

  • Business investment of at least A$1 million in the proposed business
  • That your business will create at least three new full time jobs in regional NSW

Tasmania 132 Visa Requirements

Subclass 132 – Business Talent

Overview

Successful business owners wanting to establish a new or develop an existing business in Tasmania, or anyone who has obtained funding from an Australian venture capital firm to be used in a Tasmanian project should utilise the permanent resident Business Talent subclass 132 visa.

The Tasmanian Government actively supports the establishment and relocation of businesses to the state. It recognises the significant contribution business and skilled migrants make to Tasmania’s economic growth and cultural diversity.

Tasmania’s world-class food and beverage production, diverse economy and an award winning tourism industry just breaches the surface of the island state’s number of key industries, which include but are not restricted to:

  • Aquaculture and Agriculture
  • Minerals and mining industry
  • Forestry and timber
  • Antarctic and marine science
  • Information and communications technology
  • Creative industry

The 132 visa consists of two streams:

Significant Business History: Business owners having at least AUD$1.5 million transferable assets, who want to undertake business activity which will demonstrate a significant economic benefit to Tasmania.

Venture Capital Entrepreneurs: People who have obtained at least AUD$1 million in funding from an Australian venture capital firm to commercialise a product or develop a high-value idea in Australia.

DHA Eligibility

Successful business owners wanting to establish a new or develop an existing business in Tasmania, or anyone who has obtained funding from an Australian venture capital firm to be used in a Tasmanian project should utilise the permanent resident Business Talent subclass 132 visa.

With both requiring a Tasmanian Government nomination, the Significant Business History and Venture Capital Entrepreneur streams are for high-calibre business owners who want to do business in Australia.

With some key eligibility criteria, applicants must fulfill all DIBP requirements:

  • An annual business turnover of at least AUD$3 million in your existing business
  • More than 10% ownership of a publicly listed company or more than 30% ownership of a business with more than $400 000 turnover or 51% ownership of a business less than $400 000 turnover
  • Transferable assets of more than AUD$1.5 million
  • Age under 55 (unless approved by the Tasmanian Government if your proposed business will be of exceptional benefit to Tasmania).

Venture Capital Entrepreneur stream is for people who have sourced at least AUD$1 million venture capital funding from a member of the Australian Venture Capital Association Limited (AVCAL).

Applicants must have:

  • at least AUD$1 million in funding from an Australian venture capital firm to be used in a Tasmanian project.
Nomination Criteria

Business Talent subclass 132 is a permanent resident visa for successful business owners who want to establish a new or develop an existing business in Tasmania, or for people who have obtained funding from an Australian venture capital firm to be used in a Tasmanian project.

A state government nomination is required for both the Significant Business History stream and the Venture Capital Entrepreneur stream.

The Tasmanian Department of State Growth is responsible for issuing nominations for this visa.

All applicants must submit evidence of having received at least AUD$1 million in funding from an AVCAL registered Australian venture capital firm to fund your business proposal. This project is needed to bring significant economic benefits to Tasmania through the Venture Capital Entrepreneur stream.

Progress Report: The Tasmanian Government tracks investment progress and relevant outcomes of the program. You are required to respond to all questionnaires.

How much does it cost to apply for state nomination for a business skills visa?

Applicants are not charged by the Tasmanian Government when nominated for business migration.

Northern Territory 132 Visa Requirements

Northern Territory and Business visas

Overseas investors and business people whose proposed investments / businesses demonstrate a benefit to the Northern Territory will be nominated by the territory government. All visa nominations target genuine, high calibre applicants willing to invest and do business in the Northern Territory.

In order to reflect its emerging economic and development needs, the Northern Territory will review and change its nomination criteria when necessary.

Eligible categories for NT nomination

Under all categories of provisional and permanent Business Innovation and Investment visas, Northern Territory nomination availability includes:

  • Business Innovation
  • Investor
  • Business Talent
  • Significant Investor visas

On behalf of the Northern Territory, the Department of Trade, Business and Innovation (DTBI) is responsible for approving nomination applications.

Under circumstances where applicants are eligible for Northern Territory nomination, but are unable to be nominated, the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) allocates a limited number of Business Innovation and Investment nominations to the territory.

Nomination guidelines

For applicants wishing to be nominated for a provisional or permanent business visa, the Northern Territory has broad guidelines. These guidelines are deliberately broad and allow for each application for a greater consideration through Northern Territory applicant nominations.

Applicants are required to show that Northern Territory nomination requirements have been met, along with the DIBP criteria.

An applicant’s ability to then economically contribute to the Northern Territory for Business Innovation and Investment (Subclass 188) and Business Talent (Subclass 132) visas will be assessed.

Both the proposed activities and the applicant’s ability to deliver on the proposed activity will be assessed for the benefit of the Northern Territory.

Whether an applicant meets the DIBP points test will be decided upon through an assessment, but an applicant’s points score will not be used to rank or prioritise nomination applications.

Applicants are to be assessed on whether:

The proposed investment activities benefit the NT and align with the economic / development goals and activities of the region

Investment activities benefiting the NT include:

  • transfer of new capital
  • generation of new employment
  • generation of Indigenous employment
  • expansion of trade in NT goods and / or services
  • development of export markets for NT products or replacement of imports
  • introduction of new skills, expertise, technologies or innovations
  • investment in remote areas
  • investment in a wide range of key areas such as healthcare, education, tourism, mining and primary industries and fisheries
  • have a significant flow on effect to other sectors of the economy

All proposed investment and business activities which align with the Northern Territory Government’s three-hub economy strategy and the economic and development goals and activities of the region are to be given favourable consideration. The  three-hub economy includes:

  • Mining and energy
  • Tourism and international education
  • Primary industries and fisheries / food exports
The applicant has the ability to deliver on the proposed activity and invest and / or do business in the NT

Applicants require:

  • An understanding of the NT business and investment environments
  • Genuine intentions to actively pursue business / investment activities in the NT, and
  • The financial capacity and business acumen to support their business / investment activities.

Applicants are able to demonstrate this by:

  • Having an existing business in the NT
  • Having an existing history of doing business with NT businesses
  • Social links to the NT, including relatives and associates
  • Being a regular visitor to the NT and / or have established a residence in the NT
  • Having undertaken demonstrable research into the business and investment environment of the NT
  • Having demonstrated an understanding of the legal and licensing framework for operating a business in the NT.
There is no known negative information regarding the nominee’s business or investment activities

If any negative information is known in relation to a nominee’s business or investment activities, the applicant in question may not be nominated.

Substantial economic benefit and exceptional economic benefit for Business Talent (Subclass 132) visa applicants and applicants aged over 55

Applicants seeking looking for Business Talent (Subclass 132) visa nomination must demonstrate how they could make a substantial economic contribution to the Northern Territory.

Applicants aged 55 years and over will require an age exemption and must demonstrate that their proposed business or investment activities are to heavily benefit the Northern Territory.

An applicant is then responsible to demonstrate that the proposed business activity will make a substantial economic contribution or is of exceptional economic benefit to the Northern Territory.

Conditions of nomination

The nomination conditions include:

  • The nominated investor must notify the DTBI of their contact details, residential and business addresses and any changes.
  • NT nomination is not transferable to any other Australian state or territory.