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Employer Sponsor Visa

Subclass 457- Temporary Work (Skilled) Visa

You may be eligible for this visa if you have an occupation on the list of available occupations for this visa subclass.

Your employer will need to be approved as a standard business sponsor and nominate you to work for them in the chosen occupation.

This visa may give you a pathway to permanent residence depending on your occupation.

 

Subclass 186- Employer Nomination Scheme Visa

You need to be nominated by your employer for this permanent visa.

There are 2 streams under this visa subclass:

  1. Temporary Residence Transition Stream – you may be eligible for this if you have worked for your nominating employer, in your nominated occupation as the holder of a subclass 457 for at least 2 years.
  2. Direct Entry Stream: This option may be available if you have an occupation on the list of available occupations for this visa subclass and you have not been working on a 457 visa for your employer for at least 2 years. You need to have a skills assessment in your nominated occupation and at least 3 years of post-qualification employment experience.

 

Subclass 187- Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme Visa

This is a permanent visa which you may be eligible for if you are nominated by your employer in a Regional location.

https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/supporting/Pages/187/eligible-postcodes-in-regional-australia.aspx

There are 2 streams under this visa subclass:

  1. Temporary Residence Transition Stream: you may be eligible for this if you have worked for your nominating employer, in your nominated occupation as the holder of a subclass 457 for at least 2 years.
  2. Direct Entry Stream: This option is available if you have an occupation that is Australia and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO) Skill Level 1-3. You do not need to have been working on a 457 visa for your employer for at least 2 years. You may need to have a skills assessment depending on your nominated occupation and where your qualifications were obtained.

 

Subclass 400- Temporary Work (Short Stay Specialist)

This allows you to come to Australia for up to 6 months to participate in highly skilled/ specialized non-ongoing work. Your specialist skills and knowledge may be required for the completion of a particular project.

 

Subclass 407 – Training Visa

This allows you to be sponsored by a private sector employer who has been approved as a ‘temporary activities sponsor’ or by a Commonwealth government agency.

The purpose of this visa is to undertake workplace training in one of the following circumstances:

  1. Workplace-based training that you need to complete in order to obtain registration or licensing in your occupation
  2. Workplace training to enhance your skills in an occupation that is on the list for this particular visa subclass.
  3. Training that provides capacity building overseas e.g.
  • Completing an internship in Australia as part of a qualification at a university overseas
  • Structured workplace training that has the support of a government agencies
  • Overseas employers who send managerial or professional employees to undertake professional development here in Australia.

 

Subclass 408 – Temporary Activity Visa

This visa allows you to be nominated by a Temporary Activities Sponsor to come to Australia to undertake a particular type of short-term employment or active participation. For example, Religious work, research activities, sporting activities, working in the entertainment industry, special programmes, superyacht crew, company/ organization exchange programs, Australian Government endorsed events, other social or cultural activities that the applicant has been invited to attend.

 

Subclass 403 – Temporary Work (International Relations) Visa

  • Seasonal Worker Program Stream

This visa allows approved employers to sponsor seasonal workers for the horticulture, tourism (accommodation), aquaculture, sugar cane or cotton industries for 4-7 months.

Seasonal workers must be citizens of and resident in Timor-Leste, Fiji, Kiribati, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu or Vanuatu

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