9 questions you should ask yourself before applying for a Significant Investor Visa
Before you consider proceeding with lodging a significant investor visa application, you should ask yourself these 9 questions
- Have you previously been charged and convicted of a criminal offence?
- Do you have an association with any individual or group involved in criminal conduct?
- Have you ever been acquitted of an offence on the grounds of unsoundness of mind or insanity?
- Have you been diagnosed with Tuberculosis or any other potentially lethal infectious disease?
- Do you have a medical condition that is likely to require ongoing support from community or government services?
- Are all the documents you have provided genuine and unaltered?
- Is all the information you have provided accurate?
Source & transfer of funds
- Are you able to demonstrate that the $5million investment required to be invested in the fund is lawfully acquired and unencumbered?
- Are the funds you wish to use for the investment able to be lawfully transferred to Australia?
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