Subclass 132 Visa Monitoring Process 

If you are granted a Business Talent (Permanent) visa (subclass 132) – Significant Business History stream, you are required to meet your obligations and are subject to 132 visa monitoring during your first three years in Queensland, Australia. Further details and links on how to meet your obligations are provided below.

Please refer to the Department of Home Affairs website for details of 132 visa monitoring process:

When you have this visa – rights and obligations

Monitoring of Business Talent 

At the time of being surveyed by the Department of Home Affairs, you are required to seek endorsement from BSMQ on Form 1010 and to meet your Queensland Nomination conditions, depending on when you initially submitted your expression of interest (EOI) for Queensland nomination.

EOIs submitted for Subclass 132 visa – Significant Business History Stream before 14 July 2016

If the 132 visa holder was initially nominated by BSMQ under an age waiver, please contact BSMQ for the 132 visa survey process.

EOIs submitted for Subclass 132 visa – Significant Business History Stream after 14 July 2016

If the 132 visa holder was initially nominated by BSMQ under an age waiver, please contact BSMQ for the 132 visa survey process.