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Work Visa

Australian work visas:

1. Temporary Work (Skilled) visa (482 Visa - TSS Visa):

  • Allows skilled workers to work in Australia for up to four years.
  • Three streams: short-term stream, medium-term stream, and labor agreement stream.
  • Requires sponsorship by an approved employer.
  • Applicants must meet specific skills, qualifications, and English language requirements.
 

2. General Skilled Visa:

For skilled workers who are not sponsored by an employer or family member.
  • Based on a points system that considers factors like age, English language ability, work experience, and education.
  • Applicants must submit an expression of interest and receive an invitation to apply.
  • Requires a positive skills assessment in an occupation listed on the relevant skilled occupation list.

 

3. Employer Nomination Scheme (subclass 186):

  • Provides a pathway to permanent residency for skilled workers.
  • Three streams: direct entry stream, temporary residence transition stream, and agreement stream.
  • Requires sponsorship by an Australian employer.
  • Applicants must meet specific skills, qualifications, and English language requirements.

 

4. Employer Sponsored Workers:

  • A general term referring to workers sponsored by an Australian employer for a work visa.
  • Various types of employer-sponsored visas available, including the 482 Visa, subclass 186, and others.
  • Sponsorship by an approved employer is required.
  • Specific eligibility criteria vary depending on the visa type.

 

Please note that these are brief summaries, and each visa has its own specific requirements and conditions. It is recommended to visit the Australian Department of Home Affairs website or consult with an immigration lawyer for detailed and up-to-date information regarding these visas.