Visa Lounge Australia provides expert immigration strategy services for various employer-sponsored visas in Australia. These visas are essential for skilled individuals seeking opportunities to work in Australia.
Our dedicated team specialises in these key visa categories:
Discover how Visa Lounge Australia can help you navigate the Temporary Skill Shortage Visa (Subclass 482) process. This visa fills labour shortages in Australia by enabling employers to sponsor skilled overseas workers for various positions. With our expertise, we’ll guide you through the eligibility criteria, application process, and obligations for both employers and employees. Let us support your journey towards getting a work visa to Australia.
Secure your future in Australia with the Employer Nomination Scheme Visa (Subclass 186). This permanent visa is designed for skilled workers nominated by an Australian employer. At Visa Lounge, we’ll help you understand both parties’ eligibility criteria, application process, and obligations. Experience the full benefits of living and working in Australia with our expert assistance.
Explore opportunities in regional Australia with the Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional Visa (Subclass 494). This provisional visa caters to skilled workers and their sponsoring employers. Visa Lounge is here to guide you through the eligibility requirements, application process, and obligations to maximise your chances of success.
For over a decade, Visa Lounge has been at the forefront of immigration strategy services, specialising in employer-sponsored visas in Australia. Our team of registered migration specialists advise individuals and businesses on the best pathways to meet their immigration goals.
Here’s why Visa Lounge is your ideal partner for immigration services:
Experienced Specialists: Our consultants have been navigating the complex realm of employer-sponsored visas in Australia since 2009.
Fixed-Fee Pricing: We provide a fixed-fee quote for your Australian immigration application, allowing you to manage your finances effectively.
Visa Application Management: We oversee the entire visa process, saving you time, effort, and money. Our meticulous planning and execution assure a smoother transition to your new life in Australia.
Strategic Approach: Our unique strategy has empowered hundreds of businesses and individuals to realise successful migration outcomes. We strive to help you navigate the Australian immigration system confidently, rapidly, and affordably.
At Visa Lounge, we do more than just process your visa application. We are committed to making your dream of working in Australia a reality. Our specialists work diligently to map out your immigration journey, aligning it with your career aspirations.
We fully assess your situation and provide expert advice on the best migration pathway forward, supporting you at every step of the process.
Our extensive network and proficiency in the employer-sponsored visa Australia process allow us to connect you with potential employers matching your skill set, simplifying your job search.
Contact Visa Lounge today to unlock your career potential in Australia. Our dedicated immigration specialists will guide you through the complexities of the sponsorship process, ensuring your transition to your new job in Australia is as seamless as possible.
The journey to your dream job in Australia starts here. Contact us today to begin the next exciting phase of your life.
Note: The content on this page is for informational purposes only and should be used as general advice only. Please consult one of our registered migration specialists for professional advice tailored to your circumstances.
Yes, you can not apply for a 482 visa unless you have a sponsorship.
Yes, the English language test is required unless you hold a passport from an English-speaking country such as Ireland, UK, Canada, USA.
Subclass 482 sponsored visa can be granted for up to 4 years depending on your nominated occupation, if the occupation is on the short-term skilled occupation list, the 482 visa may be granted for up to 2 years however if the occupation is on the medium- and long-term list, it may be granted for up to 4 years.
Yes, it is possible to extend in Australia.
The 457 and 482 visas have condition ‘8107’ and ‘8607’ attached to them, respectively. In very brief terms this means that while holding your employer-sponsored you can only work for your sponsor in the occupation for which you were nominated. Breaching visa conditions can result in visa cancellation and a three-year exclusion period (ban) from Australia. You can change employers but not until you have a new nomination approved with the new employer. Do not change employers until this time. If you are considering changing employers, please contact us to discuss your situation, or ask your new employer to contact us and we can talk with them directly to help them understand what is involved.
You must act quickly otherwise your visa may be subject to cancellation. If a new employer offers you a position, ensure that the employer becomes an approved sponsor (if not one already) and nominates you immediately for the position so that you can move into paid employment again as soon as possible. Remember that you cannot work for the new employer until the new nomination is approved by the immigration department. The new employer must lodge a new nomination application to take over your existing 482 visa. We are employer sponsored visa experts, please contact us so we can explain and commence the transfer process as soon as possible.
Generally, you can include your family in your visa application. However, visa requirements differ among various Australian visas, and one answer doesn’t apply universally. For instance, with a Working Holiday Visa, you cannot bring your child to Australia while you hold that visa. In contrast, a Permanent Skilled Migration Visa allows you to include your spouse and children.
Another example is the Employer-Sponsored Work Visa (482). If your employer agrees to include your family in your application, they can apply as well. However, if your employer agrees to sponsor only you, your spouse and children can’t be part of your application.
The requirements, restrictions, and costs for Australian visas vary based on the specific visa. Therefore, it’s essential to discuss your individual situation with one of our experienced immigration specialists.
The dependent usually has full work rights and can work for any employer as there is no work limitation condition attached to a dependent applicant’s 482 visa.
The original expiry date of your visa remains the same. The only change is that you have a new employer, and you must work there.