There are many other visa types that may suit your needs. To assess which is the right visa for your situation and goals, book a consultation with one of our experienced Migration Agents. Find out more here.
Temporary Skill Shortage 482
The Temporary Skills Shortage (TSS) visa, subclass 482, is designed to enable employers to address labour shortages by bringing, genuinely skilled workers to Australia, where an appropriately skilled Australian worker cannot be sourced. It facilitates targeted use of overseas workers to address temporary skill shortages, while ensuring the primacy of Australian workers. It consists of a three-stage application process; sponsorship, nomination and visa application.
Temporary Work (Short Stay Specialist)
The Temporary Work (Short Stay Specialist) subclass 400 visa allows visa holders to do short-term, highly specialised and non-ongoing work in Australia.
Temporary Work (Entertainment)
The Temporary Work (Entertainment) subclass 408 visa allows visa holders to work in Australia in the entertainment industry.
There are a number of visitor visa options available for people wishing to visit Australia.
Investor Retirement Visa
The Investor Retirement subclass 405 visa offers a pathway for retired business and professional persons, with significant assets, to live and invest their money in Australia.
Labour Agreements are formal arrangements between an employer and the Minister of Immigration. They allow the recruitment of an agreed number of overseas skilled workers.
Employer Nominated Scheme Visa
The Employer Nominated Scheme (ENS) subclass 186 visa is designed for employers to address skill shortages from within the local labour market.
The Sport stream of the Temporary Work (Long Stay Activity) - Subclass 408 visa is for applicants who want to come to Australia on a temporary basis to improve the quality of sport in Australia through participation in high-level competition with Australian citizens or residents.
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