Overview: Employer sponsored visa permits local business owners and employers to engage overseas talented and skilled workers given there is a shortage of suitable skilled individuals in the local market.
Employer sponsored visa has following subclasses:
Subclass 482- Temporary skill shortage visa
This visa type allows employers to hire international skilled labor on designated positions where local talent fall short. Temporary skill shortage visa contains three streams. The short-term steam allows employers to nominate international workers on short-term bases. The nominated employee can stay and work in Australia up to 2 years. Medium term stream allows employers to sponsor international workers to stay and work in Australia for up to 4 years. Labor Agreement visa Stream allows overseas skilled workers to live and work in Australia based on the terms of a labor agreement. The stay is usually up to 4 years. Each stream has its individual set of eligible criteria. For further details, please contact us.
Subclass 186 - employer nomination scheme visa
The ENS visa enables Australian businesses to find skilled workers from overseas with the intention to provide permanent, full time, or skilled position in their business. For Australian Business qualifying criteria please contact us. This visa can be applied under these 3 streams:
Direct Entry Stream
This visa lets skilled workers, who are nominated by an employer, live and work in Australia permanently.