Employer Nomination Scheme visa | Subclass 186
The ENS visa 186 is a permanent visa. It lets workers live in Australia permanently.
There are three streams for the 186 visa:
- Direct Entry stream: The worker must be nominated by an Australian employer for an occupation on the approved list.
- Labour Agreement stream: The 186 visa allows an approved business to nominate a worker for a visa under a labour agreement. The Department of Home Affairs works with employers to develop the agreement.
- Temporary Residence Transition stream: Open to workers who have worked for their employer for 3 years under a 457 visa. Also workers on a skills shortage TSS visa or related bridging visas A, B or C can be considered for this visa.
Australian Skill Shortage visas
Temporary Skill Shortage visa | Subclass 482
The TSS visa 482 helps Australian employers solve skill shortages in the labour market.
Employer Sponsored visas 482 are available in three streams
- Short Term
- Medium Term
- Labour Agreement
If the job is not on the Skilled Occupation list, it is possible to apply for a labour agreement.
Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) Visa | Subclass 494
The Australian Government’s new 494 visa enables successful applicants to live, work and study in designated regional areas of Australia.
It is designed for regional employers to address identified labour shortages within their region by sponsoring skilled workers where employers can’t source an appropriately skilled Australian worker
With this visa, you can
- live, work and study only in designated regional areas of Australia for 5 years
- travel to and from Australia for 5 years
- if eligible, apply for permanent residence after 3 years from the time your visa is granted
You can live, work and study only in a Designated Regional Area include all of Australia except for Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane
Gold Coast and Perth are classed as regional areas.
Designated Regional Areas sourced from DOHA see below
Training Visa | Subclass 407
This is a temporary visa, allowing you to stay in Australia for up to 2 years
With this visa you can
- visit Australia to complete a workplace-based training (to improve your skills for your current occupation, area of tertiary study or field of expertise), or a professional development training program
Some positions require highly-skilled workers that are not covered by other Employer Sponsored visa programs. What should you do to work in Australia?
Other Visa Option – GTI Visa
The Global Talent Visa allows businesses to employ highly-skilled specialists to work in Australia.
To be granted a visa under the Global Talent Visa Program, a candidate will be highly skilled in one of the 10 target sectors. They will also be able to attract a salary that meets the high income threshold.
- Agri-food and AgTech
- Health Industries
- Defence, Advanced Manufacturing and Space
- Circular Economy
- Infrastructure and Tourism
- Financial Services and FinTech
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