Corporate Immigration Lawyers
Gold Migration Lawyers has business clients from a range of different industries and sectors. Our clients sponsor migrants on temporary and permanent work visas for occupations found in both the STSOL (Short-term Skilled Occupation List) and the MLTSSL (Medium and Long-Term Strategic Skills List).
Some of the key sectors include:
Australia has over 200,000 hospitality venues in Australia, which include hotels, restaurants, cafes, bars, and entertainment venues. Whilst this industry is growing in numbers, it also has a low survival rate, with a large number of businesses closing within 5 years of their inception. Our Clients are able to hire the right talent to assist them in steadily growing and mitigating the risks of closing down. Some relevant occupations that can be sponsored include Hospitality Managers, Chefs, Cooks, Sales/Marketing Managers and Marketing Specialists.
HEALTH & AGED CARE
Population ageing in Australia has affected the supply and demand of healthcare professionals. Emergence of new technologies, changing disease profiles, new laws, changing public health priorities and the COVID-19 pandemic challenges have led to a high demand of healthcare professionals. Some relevant occupations that can be sponsored include Personal Care Workers, Registered Nurses, Residential Care Officers and Practitioners.
The tech market is growing so rapidly that Australian universities are finding it difficult to keep up the supply of tech graduates to fill the roles available. The main reason for this uninterrupted growth is due to the prevalence of technology, not just in the average consumer’s life, but in the operations of most businesses. Australian companies in tech need IT employees with worldwide experience, especially in today’s world. Some relevant occupations that can be sponsored include ICT Business Analysts, ICT Project Managers, ICT Security Specialists, and ICT Support/Tech Engineers.
TRADES & CONSTRUCTION
In Australia, there is a shortage of workers pursuing careers as Tradespeople, compared to the demand for their services. There is no clear reason for this shortage; experts have narrowed down the decline of apprentice numbers across the country to a few factors. More and more young people are passing on apprenticeships, choosing instead to pursue tertiary education. For many years, small and large trades companies have been sponsoring immigrants which has allowed them to grow. Some relevant occupations that can be sponsored include Airconditioning and Mechanical Services Plumbers, Electricians, Carpenters, Bricklayers and Welders.
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES
Due to the lack of apprentices, the ageing workforce and falling victim to the digital age, there is a national skills shortage in this industry. According to the industry’s peak body, the Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association (AAAA), there is a national shortage of almost 30,000 skills position in Australia. Many small mechanic shops have survived by hiring and sponsoring experienced and qualified immigrants, in positions such as Motor Mechanics, Motorcycle Mechanics, Diesel Motor Mechanics and Panel beaters.
HAIR AND BEAUTY
According to the Australian Industry and Skills Committee, a 20% Growth is expected in the Hairdressing and Beauty Services industry by 2024. The demand for these services has grown more rapidly than the population growth. As most hair and beauty establishments are small to medium businesses, lack of skilled employees may severely affect the growth of the business. Some relevant occupations that can be sponsored include Hairdressers and Salon Managers.
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frequently asked questions
No, there isn’t. However, you will need to demonstrate to the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) that you genuinely need that amount of workers. A large Hospital may need several Nurses, just like a large Restaurant many need several Cooks; however, the right evidence must be provided at time of each application.
Yes, they do. In some cases, if you have a LabourAgreement with the Department of Home Affairs, they may not need to. However, this differs from case to case.
Yes, you do. They will need to be full time workers, within the Nominating business, and for the duration of their visa approval.
To sponsor immigrations for TSS (subclass 482) visas, you will need to be a Standard Business Sponsor (SBS). This usually lasts for 5 years from the date of approval.
Yes, a separate Nomination will be lodged for each Nominee. However, you do not need to lodge a new Standard Business Sponsorship (SBS) each time, as this lasts for 5 years.
No, you can sponsor them on a TSS (subclass 482) visa from any location in Australia. In some cases, you may have more options if you are in a Regional area.