Australia is a welcoming country that attracts a diverse range of people to its shores every year to work, live, study and travel in Australia. It is a land of vibrant Indigenous heritage, beautiful and unique flora and fauna, diversified landscapes, and thriving urban centres. Australia is also a land of opportunity and attracts a diverse range of people from all walks of life, from all over the globe, hoping to access its many world-class education, work and travel opportunities.

Many people who study and work in Australia obtain a permanent visa or become full Australian citizens adding their story to Australia’s rich and diverse multicultural history. As open as Australia is to its friends worldwide, it does have some of the most robust border protection infrastructures globally, and its immigration and visa application systems can be complicated and confusing.

Employer Sponsored Visa enables Australian employers to sponsor highly skilled workers to live and work temporarly or permanently in Australia.

The purpose of the Employer sponsored visa is to address labour shortage in Australia. In the past nearly anybody could be sponsored for a work visa. Today, as a result, many low skilled people migrated to Australia which many of those were very valuable for Australian employers, especially in regional areas.

Now new regulations have been introduced including English skills and new occupation skills have been listed, and new skills expectations had been introduced.

Thus, do not get confused when you are finding different information in the net. Some information is simply not updated.
Pacific Center offers professional services to employers with all Sponsorship, Nomination, Visa applications including regional certifying bodies to help you get the best outcome for yourself.

Check also our FAQ below to find what you are looking for. All information provided here are prepared and checked regularly. Pacific Center visa layers and agents to make sure information we give you are accurate and up to date.

Pacific Center Immigration Agents Will Help You:

  • Find what is your best visa option
  • How to apply for work visa
  • Work visa conditions
  • How long you can stay on work visa
  • Requirements to apply for employer sponsored visa
  • How to become sponsor for work visa
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Our collective of highly-qualified immigration and visa application professionals can guide people and families through the bureaucratic and legal processes of applying for a work or immigration visa. We are a Registered Australian Migration Agency (MARN 0743766) and have been helping travellers, students and workers successfully obtaining their Australian visas or providing effective appeal strategies since 2003. We offer our clients a customised service, providing advice and support from the initial stages of the application to their visa processing outcome and beyond.

Some of the services our highly skilled and proficient visa and immigration specialists offer include, but are not limited to:

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Working visa Australia

There are many various subclasses of working visas in Australia. The correct one for each individual will depend on the type of work an international worker plans on doing while in Australia.

Examples of these visa types include, but are not limited to:

  • Temporary work visas
  • Permanent work visas
  • Short stay work visas
  • Skilled occupation visas
  • Visas for innovation
  • Regional migration visas, and more.

Australian Working holiday visas (or a work and holiday visa) can be applied for all international peoples aged 18 to 30-years, or Canadian, French and Irish citizens aged 18-35. Under normal circumstances, you can apply for up to three working holiday visas throughout your life, providing all criteria are met under visa subclass 417, simply called first, second and third working holiday visas.

Each application has a minimum application cost of approximately AUD$485 and must be applied for each other’s succession. Processing times can vary, and each visa has additional eligibility perimeters through each of the three visas.

Basic eligibility for a working visa includes, but is not limited to:

  • Stay for a maximum of 12-months
  • Applicants must have a validated passport from an eligible country or jurisdiction
  • Must not be accompanied by dependant children
  • You may work in any State or Territory while on an Australian working visa

After successfully obtaining a primary working visa, you will gain the ability to apply for the second and third working visa in succession.

To learn more about basic Australian working visas and what they entail, contact our friendly helpdesk or head to immi.homeaffairs.gov.au.

Subclass 186 Employer Nomination Scheme visas allow skilled workers who an employer has nominated to live and work in Australia permanently, provided all eligibility parameters have been met. All permanent work visas have a minimum application cost of approximately AUD$4045 and have various processing times.

To be successful, you must prove that:

  • You have the necessary skills for the job in question
  • Your Australian employer has nominated you, and they meet all government specifications.
  • You meet all health and character requirements set by the Australian government.

The three visas listed in subclass 186 include:

  • Direct Entry stream
  • Labour agreement stream
  • Temporary Residence Transition stream

To learn more about these three Employer-sponsored working visas, contact one of our work visa consultants or head to immi.homeaffairs.gov.au.

The Australian work visa system is complex. The team here at Visa to Australia highly encourages people wishing to obtain working status in Australia to call one of our agents to help them select the correct visa for each individual’s situation.

Some other examples of joint employer nominated visa subclasses include, but are not limited to:

For professional advice on which subclass of Employer Nominated Working visa applies to you, contact our friendly staff to arrange a consultation.

Australian Working holiday visas (or a work and holiday visa) can be applied for all international peoples aged 18 to 30-years, or Canadian, French and Irish citizens aged 18-35. Under normal circumstances, you can apply for up to three working holiday visas throughout your life, providing all criteria are met under visa subclass 417, simply called first, second and third working holiday visas.

Each application has a minimum application cost of approximately AUD$485 and must be applied for each other’s succession. Processing times can vary, and each visa has additional eligibility perimeters through each of the three visas.

Basic eligibility for a working visa includes, but is not limited to:

  • Stay for a maximum of 12-months
  • Applicants must have a validated passport from an eligible country or jurisdiction
  • Must not be accompanied by dependant children
  • You may work in any State or Territory while on an Australian working visa

After successfully obtaining a primary working visa, you will gain the ability to apply for the second and third working visa in succession.

To learn more about basic Australian working visas and what they entail, contact our friendly helpdesk or head to immi.homeaffairs.gov.au.

Why choose Visa to Australia to be your permanent visa agent?

On top of the Australian Working visas we have mentioned a wide range of other working visas that may be best suited to certain situations. Choosing the correct visa is essential in solidifying your successful application for an Australian Working visa. Failure to do so may result in unnecessary stress and confusion or rejection of your initial application.

The team here at Vista to Australia and Pacific Center are proficient in all aspects of the Australian visas and immigration application process. They can help all international peoples navigate the Australian visa system.

To learn more about how we can help you or your family study, travel, live and work in Australia, contact one of our professional consultants today via phone or email. Send your enquiry via our online contact form, and one of our helpful team members will respond to your request promptly.

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