Employer Sponsored Visas
VisaEnvoy offers professional services to employers with all Sponsorship, Nomination, Visa applications, ENS and RSMS applications including regional certifying bodies.
With extensive experience representing the world’s largest corporations, SMEs, and start-ups, VisaEnvoy are well placed to assist with all issues in relation to the employer sponsored visa process, including business sponsorship applications, nomination applications, compliance and sponsorship bars.
Related: Sponsorship Visas
The main Employer Sponsorship visas are:
TSS Visa (Temporary Skill Shortage Visa)- Subclass 482
Temporary Business Sponsorship (457 Visa)
Regional Employer Sponsored (494 visa)
Temporary activity visas
Employer Nomination (186 Visa) Permanent
Subclass 494 Skilled Employer Sponsored (Regional)
GLOBAL TALENT SCHEME (GTS VISA)
What is sponsorship visa in Australia?
How can I get sponsored visa?
Visa options for skilled sponsored workers
If you want to sponsor someone to travel to Australia for other short-term work or activities, or for training.
|Visa||Length||Unique features||Skill or qualification requirements|
|Temporary Skill Shortage Visa (TSS)(subclass 482)||1-4 years||
|Employer Nomination Scheme (subclass 186)||Permanent||
|Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 494)||5 years||
Other criteria apply to these visas. Consult the visa specific page for more complete details on the criteria for the grant of each visa type.
Can you get PR on a 482 visa?
Pathways to apply for Permanent Residency on a Medium Term TSS 482 Visa: Applicants on a TSS visa have a pathway to permanent residency through the Employer Sponsored Temporary Transition Stream (ENS/RSMS) if: your occupation is on the Medium Term list. have worked for the same employer for 3 years on your TSS visa.
Can I apply for PR after 2 years on 482 visa?
Sponsored visa holders will be eligible for ENS TRT after two years (down from three years) of sponsorship on a TSS by their employer.
Can I buy a house in Australia on a 482 visa?
Please see here: Buying a Property in Australia – Temporary Residents