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Employer Sposored Work Visas

Normally, there are three steps involved with Employer Sponsored Visas. Obtaining standard business sponsorship, approving nomination and the visa application itself. It is a complex process with several technical aspects involved.  

Elements such as ‘Labour Market’ testing requirements and the employment confirmation letter are examples of important items not to be overlooked. Our team of expert  Lawyers can help clients pass all difficult obstacles and ensure that the visa application is checked carefully before being submitted.

We will provide you with guidance in choosing the best visa for you. By selecting our law practice, you will have a solid team of lawyers to help you with the application process and assist you in making a strong application to the Australian Government.

(Subclass 482)

Temporary Skill Shortage Visa

This is a temporary work visa with a pathway to permanent residency in most instances. This temporary visa lets an employer sponsor a suitably skilled worker to fill a position they can’t find a suitably skilled Australian to fill. There are 3 streams:

  • Short-term Stream
  • Medium-term Stream
  • Labour Agreement Stream

(Subclass 186)

Employer Nomination Scheme Visa

This is a permanent visa. This visa lets skilled workers, who are nominated by their employer, live and work in Australia permanently. There are 3 streams:

  • Direct Entry Stream
  • Labour Agreement Stream
  • Temporary Residence Transition Stream

Speak with one of our immigration Lawyers today about applying for a subclass 482 Temporary Skill Shortage Visa or subclass 186 Employer Nomination Scheme Visa!


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