Particularly if you are located in regional Australia. It can take a long time to find someone who is the right fit, with the skills you need to do the job.
And when you find them, you really do not want to let them go. But what if they are on a visa with a 6-month work limitation? Or what if their visa is expiring soon?
For many years, the Australian government has been moving towards a model that supports employer sponsored migration. If you are an employer happy to become a sponsor, and if the role is question is on the right occupation list, there is usually an option for a visa.
Employer sponsored visas can also be a great pathway to permanent residence for you and your family.
Eligibility requires a detailed assessment, which we can carry out for you following a consultation. If you are a potential applicant, you can also fill in our basic online assessment tool, and someone from our office will contact you.
- Subclass 400 visas, for highly specialised work for a period of 6 months or less.
- 407 Training visas – for structured training programs.
- 417 Working Holiday visas, including second and third Working Holiday visa applications.
- Complex cases, like character issues, health issues and visa cancellation.
Any employer sponsored visa program needs to take a ‘big picture view’ that includes compliance.
Approved sponsors need to meet certain sponsorship obligations. Our special compliance service ensures our clients adhere to all these obligations, including notification requirements and checking the visa status of new employees, including student visa holders.