The Employer Sponsored Visa enables talented workers to reside and work in Australia for up to four years for an authorized business. This temporary visa permits applicants to bring immediate family members to the country.
Listed below are the subtypes of Employer Sponsored Visa for better understanding and implementation your reference.
Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) Visa – Subclass 482
The 482 visa, also known as the TSS visa, is a temporary Australian work visa intended to fill skill gaps in the Australian labor market. It allows you to work full-time for an authorized Australian company in a nominated position for which you are appropriately qualified and experienced.
Employer Nomination Visa – Subclass 186 ENS
Permanent residence is granted to you (and any family members) under the Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) 186 visa.
A qualified employer must sponsor you. On the approval of the visa, the company must be able to provide you with a two-year full-time position, pay you a market salary rate, and explain how your job fits into the firm.
186 Direct Entry applicants require a skill evaluation (few exemptions apply) as part of the visa application procedure.
Training Visa – Subclass 407
The 407 training visa is a temporary visa that permits candidates to pursue occupational training in Australia to achieve professional registration or professional development training.
On a 407 visa, you can only work for your sponsor. You must work at least 30 hours per week and be paid at least the Award pay rate for your nominated position. If you include a partner in your 407 application, your dependant has 40 hours of work privileges every two weeks.
A 407 visa takes about 3 to 4 months to complete. If your current passport is about to expire, we may be able to lodge your 407 tickets so you may stay in Australia on a bridging visa while your application is being processed.
Temporary Activity Visa – Subclass 408
408 quick activity (sports stream) visas are available in three months and two years. The qualifying conditions vary based on the length of the access requested.
Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional Visa – Subclass 494
- Your employer must be located in an Australian regional area excludes employers in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. Provincial regions include Perth and the Gold Coast.
- Your job is on the list of relevant vocations (over 700 occupations).
- Your company will need clearance from your area’s Regional Certifying Body (RCB).
- The position must be full-time, legitimate, and accessible for at least five years.
- It would help if you were compensated at the market rate.
- Employers are required to pay the Skilling Australians Fund (SAF) fee.
- A sponsor must be approved. Australian employers who already have approval do not need to reapply.
How to get Employer Sponsored Visa?
It would help if you were recommended by a work sponsor who has been authorized.
- You must have a job on a list of suitably skilled occupations.
- A proper skills evaluation for employment is required.
- It would help if you were under the age of 45.
- You must fulfill basic English language competency requirements.
- Suppose 457 visa holders have been working for two years with the same company or a related business of that employer, and their 457 visas were submitted before April 18, 2017. In that case, they can apply for an Employer Nominated Sponsorship, 186 tickets before age 50.
- Alternatively, 482 visa holders can apply for a Company Nominated Sponsorship Visa, 186, if their occupation is on the Medium and Long-term Strategic List (MLTSSL) and they have been sponsored by the same firm, or a connected business of that employer, for three years. The application must be submitted before the applicant turns 45.
- The vocation you will be nominated by the company must be on the Medium and Long-Term Strategic List (MLTSSL). The 186-visa candidate must pass a Skills Assessment from the assessing authority of that occupation and establish that they have at least three years of post-qualification experience. At the time of application, applicants must be under 45 years old.
Also Read: The Complete Guide to How Bail Bonds Work