Australia has different visa streams for skilled people looking to live and work in Australia temporarily or permanently.
We provide advice on the most appropriate visa that allows you and your dependents to live and work in Australia temporarily or permanently. We also represent you when dealing with Australia’s immigration department.
The Temporary Skill Shortage (subclass 482) programme is an employer sponsored visa. Businesses can employ overseas workers for up to 4 years in occupations listed in two skilled occupation lists. The 482 visa is valid for either 2 years or 4 years, depending on the occupation.Learn more
The Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 494) enables regionally-based businesses to sponsor a skilled worker (and their family) for a temporary skilled visa.Learn more
The Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 491) enables skilled people to be nominated by a state or territory government or relative to live and work in a regional area.Learn more
If you’re an employee currently on a 457 visa, you may be able to transition to a visa that offers permanent residency. We can advise you on your options and guide you through the transitioning process.Learn more
The Employer Nominated Scheme (ENS) subclass 186 visa grants permanent residency in Australia to the visa holder and their dependents. Applicants need to be nominated by an employer for a full time position.Learn more
The Regional Skilled Migration Scheme (RSMS) subclass 187 visa enables skilled workers to be sponsored by an employer based in regional Australia for permanent residency.Learn more
Independent Skilled Migration
Skilled migrant and skilled worker applicants can use their qualifications and work experience to meet the Australian immigration requirements for a permanent Australia visa, as part of the Australia’s General Skilled Migration program. Applicants can apply for this visa stream independently and do not need to be nominated by an Australian employer.Learn more