Gold Migration Lawyers (GML) is among the best migration law firms in Australia with a substantial record of having successfully completed the process associated with employer sponsored visas. Our services reach clients from all over the world, providing our assistance in global markets with extensive diversity in terms of employer sponsored visas.
Immigration rules and regulations are constantly changing which is more the reason for relying on the experience of the GML professionals; lawyers that maintain updated information and exceptional knowledge. Our Immigration Lawyers can assess your case and choose the right employer sponsor visa for you.
Normally, there are three steps involved with Employer Sponsored Visas, getting standard business sponsorship, approving nomination and the visa application itself. As it is quite a complex process with several technical aspects involved, Gold Migration Lawyers has the experienced professionals with the knowledge to take on such matters.
Elements such as ‘Labour Market’ testing requirements and the employment confirmation letter are examples of important items not to be overlooked. Gold Migration Lawyers can help clients pass all difficult obstacles and ensure that the visa application is checked carefully before being submitted.
Gold Migration Lawyers will provide you with guidance in choosing the best visa for you. By selecting Gold Migration Lawyers, 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.
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SUBCLASS 482 – TSS VISA
This is an employer nomination visa and employee must have two years full time work experience and your occupation must be on short term or medium-term skilled occupation list. There is no age requirement for this visa.
Subclass 482 - Labour Agreement Stream
Labour Agreement Stream This visa is for skilled workers nominated by employers who have a Labour Agreement. It lets you live and work in Australia temporarily. Labour agreements are developed between the Australian Government (represented by the Department) and employers. Labour agreements are developed between the Australian Government (represented by the Department) and employers. They are generally in effect for...
EMPLOYER NOMINATION (186 VISA)-PR
This visa lets skilled workers, who are nominated by their employer, live and work in Australia permanently. You must be nominated by an Australian employer and must be under 45 years of age at the time of application.
REGIONAL WORK (PROVISIONAL) VISA
Two new skilled regional provisional visas are available for skilled migrants, and dependent family members, who want to live and work in regional Australia (from 16 November 2019) subclass 494 Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) and subclass 491 Skilled Work Regional (Provisional).
Subclass 494 - Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) Visa
Subclass 494 - Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional Visa Must be nominated by an approved sponsor in a regional area and have at least three years full time work experience and competent English. Has a pathway to subclass 191 visa.
Subclass 187 - Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (TRT Stream Only)
Subclass 187 - Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme You may apply for this visa if you hold a transitional subclass 457 or subclass 482 visa. Must be nominated by the employer who sponsored your temporary work visa and you must have two years’ work experience in the nominated occupation. If you are holding a subclass 457, TSS Visa, and have been...
OTHER WORK VISAS
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frequently asked questions
The Sponsor must prove that they are an eligible, legally established and genuine business in Australia. Ultimately, they need to provide evidence that they are a real company.
There are 3 stages. In the first stage, the business needs to become a Standard Business Sponsor (SBS). In the second stage, the business nominated a migrant for a particular eligible position within the business. In the third stage, the migrant applies for the visa.
Yes, you must. You need to provide evidence that you have at least two years of full time (or equivalent) experience in the nominated occupation. Some exemptions apply.
It depends. There are two stages in the ENS (186) Visa process, as your Sponsor will need to nominate you. Furthermore, you may only be eligible if your occupation was on the Medium to Long Term Occupations List (MLTSSL).
Yes, you can. However, the new potential employer must successfully nominate you for the same position within the business. You are not allowed to work for anyone other than a Sponsor who have nominated you and it has been approved by the DHA.
If insufficient evidence was provided to the DHA, didn’t respond to further requests from the DHA, if the Sponsor didn’t meet the eligibility criteria, the DHA wasn’t satisfied that the Position is genuinely required within the business, etc.