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Hello Everyone!

One of our businesses is expanding to Australia and I would like to stay in the country for one year. The only thing I see is 90 day tourist visa's available. Does anyone have any thoughts on different options I might be missing? My intention is to live in one area to get a team started and then visit as needed.

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Welcome to the forum Alan.

I just had a look at the business visas Business Visit Visa Options - Business - Visas & Immigration and they all seem to say up to 3 months still.

It may be worth contacting them and seeing if you can get extensions if required.

Most of the people on this forum are moving permanently and not for a year.

Hope you find the info you require.

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