EMPLOYER SPONSORED VISAS
Employer-sponsored visas are primarily intended to fill labor shortages in Australia that cannot be supplied domestically. If your occupation is in high demand, or if you possess a skill or ability that would benefit Australia, you may be supported by Australian employers and granted a temporary or permanent visa to work and reside in Australia.
The employer-sponsored visa is a two-way street. On the one hand, it allows Australian businesses in need of specialized labor to sponsor individual workers to meet their needs. On the other hand, it allows any type of skilled labor from outside Australia to investigate employment opportunities with Australian employers.
In Australia, employer-sponsored visas are available
Visa for Temporary Skill Shortage (subclass 482)
This visa allows skilled workers with a relevant occupation to work in Australia for employers who are unable to find an Australian to fill the position.
Visa under the Employer Nomination Scheme (subclass 186)
This visa allows skilled individuals who have been nominated by their company to live and work permanently in Australia.
Visa under the Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (subclass 187)
This visa allows skilled employees in regional Australia who have been nominated by their company to live and work permanently in Australia.
It is critical for both companies and employees to have a thorough awareness of the requirements for these visas in order to submit successful visa applications.
A minor inaccuracy could result in a visa rejection, costing you time and money.
Even when the visa is issued, firms and employees must adhere to a number of requirements. As a result, it is critical that you seek credible guidance from Registered Migration Agents.