We provide advice and assistance to employers who are looking to sponsor a foreign employee or for individuals who are offered sponsorship by their employer.
Here are the different types of Employer-Sponsored visas.
- Temporary Skills Shortage (TSS) 482 Visa
- Employer Nomination Stream (ENS) – 186 Visa Transition Stream
- Employer Nomination Stream (ENS) – 186 Visa Direct Entry Stream
- Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (SESR) – 494 visa (replaced RSMS 187 visa on the 16th of November 2019)
Each visa has a different set of requirements for the visa applicant and the sponsor. Here are some of the criteria:
- You should have an employer who is willing to sponsor you on any of these visas. This is a mandatory requirement for all the visa types enlisted above.
- Your occupation should be on the skills occupation list for the visa you are applying for.
- You should satisfy all the criteria for the visa you are applying for. This includes the age, qualification, skills assessment, work experience requirements, and more.
- Your employer/sponsor should satisfy the sponsorship and/or nomination criteria. This includes evidence of business operations in Australia, a genuine need for the position, labour market testing, salary requirement and more.
To find out your eligibility for any of these employer-sponsored visas, it is best that you book a consultation with any of our Registered Migration Agents. Note that we do charge consultations at $165 for a 40-minute session. This amount gets back to you as a discount on our application assistance fee if you sign up with us. Chat with us or email us at email@example.com to book your consultation.
Check out this video about working in Australia. This was recorded a few years ago but some of its concepts may still be applicable today. You can get advice based on the most up to date Migration legislation during our consultation session