At Mygration, our visa consultants will help you determine which temporary sponsored work visa Australia offers is appropriate for you and help you start the application process to ensure the fastest, least painful turnaround possible.
There are a number of different temporary employer sponsorship visas available in Australia, each with its own specific requirements and conditions. However, all of these visas require the sponsorship of an eligible employer. A temporary skilled work visa in Australia can be used to fill critical skills shortages in the country or to allow businesses to bring in highly skilled workers from overseas.
Below is a list of the types of temporary sponsored work visas Australia offers and information on how to apply for them. If you would like more information about visa application in Australia, contact Mygration today.
Businesses in Australia are able to designate foreign workers to fill skill gaps in their operations through a Temporary Skill Shortage Visa. The suggested occupation must be one of those listed on the Temporary Skill Shortage List (TSS) of professions. This may appear on the Short-term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL) or the Medium and Long-term Strategic List (MLTSSL). Note: this is not a permanent visa.
For more information about applying to become a Business Sponsor, nominating an overseas worker, or applying for a TSS visa, contact Mygration today at +61 7 5631 475 or reach out via email at email@example.com.
This employer-sponsored short term work visa is for individuals who desire to perform highly specialised, one-time labour or engage in activities or employment that is related to Australia’s interests. A short-stay specialist 400 visa may be an option for Australian or foreign businesses that have a specific contract or project to complete in Australia that calls for highly specialised staff from outside the country.
An application for this type of employer sponsorship visa must be lodged whilst the individual is outside of Australia.
Visa approval is subject to an applicant having specialised relevant skills, knowledge or experience relating to and that can assist an Australian business in completing a specific project or contract on a temporary basis.