Employer Sponsored Visas
If you are wanting to be nominated by an Australian employer to live and work in Australia, an Employer Nominated visa is the visa for you. With a 98.9% success rate, our expert lawyers at Results Migration will ensure that you and your sponsor prepare, and lodge an application that will guarantee a positive outcome.
Our agencies are located in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide and Darwin, and we are more than happy to help both onshore and offshore applicants migrate to Australia, for employment purposes.
There are three possible employer sponsored visas that you can qualify for – a Temporary Work (Skilled) Visa (subclass 457), a Permanent Employment Nomination Scheme (subclass 186) and a Permanent Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (subclass 187).
Temporary Work/Long Term Employer Sponsored Visa (Subclass 482)
This visa allows skilled international workers and their families to live and work in Australia for an approved business, within a time frame of two to four years, in occupations that are on the list of eligible skilled occupations. The 457 involves a three-step application process whereby you will need to obtain a sponsorship by an eligible business, be nominated by an eligible occupation, and then apply for the visa.
Employment Nomination Scheme (Subclass 186)
The Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) allows Australian employers to nominate international workers for permanent skilled positions in their business, that cannot be filled as a result of Australian labour shortages. To apply, you will need to engage in a two step process – a nomination by an approved Australian employer, and a visa application under the nomination stream.
Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (Subclass 187)
The Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme is a replica of the 186 visa above, however it is designed for applicants and employers in regional, or low populated areas of Australia.
Employer Sponsored Visa Eligibility Assessment
Once you have contacted Results Migration we can schedule a Free Employer Sponsored Visa Eligibility Assessment. This will determine whether you are eligible to apply for a work visa in Australia, and have met the basic requirements set out by the Department. To ensure that your assessment is conducted successfully you must ensure that all the information you provide, is as accurate as possible.
Why risk getting your application rejected? Contact our firm today and we’ll help put you on the right track for achieving a successful application. Just give us a call or fill in our free no obligation enquiry form here.
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