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LOOKING FORWARD TO WORK IN AUSTRALIA WITH EMPLOYER SPONSORED VISA?

Australia provides a lot of employment opportunities to overseas talent. Australian or overseas businesses may sponsor and employ suitable candidates from other countries with the help of Employer Sponsored Visa. The success of this particular visa application entirely relies on the potential employer’s sponsorship and the Consolidated Skilled Occupations List (CSOL).

Australian immigration law incorporates a number of visa categories that give the permission to undertake work in Australia, helping the Australian employers and the skilled labor to explore good opportunities. To assist in this process, OBCO Migration & Educational Consultants transparently provide the best Employer Sponsored Visa Services in Australia.

EMPLOYER SPONSORED VISA TYPES AND SUBCLASSES:

This visa does not belong to the one-size-fits-all category, and has a number of visa options to consider. It is important to select the right Employer Sponsored Visa Australia subclass that perfectly suits your needs.

Temporary Work (Skilled and Long Stay) Visa (subclass 457):

This visa allows the long-term employer to sponsor the potential candidate to live and work in Australia for upto 4 years. After having worked for the same sponsor for two years, the employee can also be nominated for permanent residency through the temporary resident transition stream. This visa works in the following way through the Department of Immigration, Australia.

  • Standard Business Sponsorship (SBS)
  • Nomination
  • Visa application

Employer Nomination Scheme (subclass 186): This subclass makes the potential employee and the family eligible for permanent residency, either through the direct entry option, agreement stream or the temporary resident transition. At OBCO Migration & Educational Consultants, we advise you with the best suitable route for a hassle-free visa application processing.

Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (187):

For this subclass, the employer is required to be based in a designated regional area. This visa exempts the potential employee from a skill assessment and follows obligations that are less strict for the employer.

Training and Research visa (407) - Occupational Trainee Scheme : This subclass allow the applicant to work for the Australian employer and simultaneously undertake on-the-job training.

At OBCO Migration & Educational Consultants, we help the employer and the potential employee with the entire visa application process. We ensure a hassle-free and result-oriented approach, assisting all our clients with the best suitable immigration and migration options. You can check out your eligibility by filling our online assessment form.