The NSW Government has announced a change to its Significant Investor Visa (SIV) requirements with an aim of making NSW the most competitive destination for high value investor migrants by making it easier for applicants to seek NSW nomination and invest in a broader range of investments.

From 1 September, applicants seeking NSW nomination will be able to invest 100 per cent of their funds in the complying investment of their choice.
Nominations will no longer be tied to a minimum investment in NSW Waratah Bonds.

Under the Significant Investor Visa, successful applicants are required to invest AU$5 million in complying investments for a minimum of four years before being eligible to apply for a permanent visa.

What are Waratah Bonds ?

Waratah Bonds are a safe, fee-free and low risk option for investments.

NSW Government Waratah Bonds are one of many good choices available to investors interested in a Significant Investor Visa.

From 1 September, overseas investors considering NSW nominations will be able to choose how to invest every dollar of their complying investment.

More information on the NSW Government’s Significant Investor Visa program Webpage


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