Employer Sponsored Visas

Employer Sponsored Visas

Work visas, either temporary or permanent, are employer sponsored visas to retain or hire new overseas skilled workers. Depending on your circumstances, some of the options under this category are:

  1. Temporary Work Visa 457 – for those who meet the basic requirements of age, English language, occupation and have a nominating employer. Such employers need to be an approved Standard Business Sponsor (SBS). This is a temporary visa valid for 2 or 4 years and can lead to a permanent visa.
  2. Employer Nomination Visa 186 – a permanent visa for those who meet the basic requirements of age, English language, occupation and are sponsored by an employer. It is a two-step visa process involving nomination by a sponsoring employer and then visa application.
  3. Regional Sponsored Migration Visa 187– Permanent visa for those who meet the basic requirements of age, English language, occupation and are sponsored by an employer in regional or remote area of Australia. It is a three-step visa process involving RCB application, nomination by a sponsoring employer and then visa application.

 

Please note this is just a brief description and each visa subclass has its own eligibility criteria to be satisfied to make a valid application. For more information and requirements on applying for any of these Visa, please contact us for your complimentary initial consultation or complete the assessment questionnaire.

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