If you work in an industry for highly-skilled labour, you have a big chance of landing a high-paying job in Australia and succeeding in it later on. You just need to obtain a sponsored visa Australia offers the aspiring labourers from other countries. If you applied for a job here and got invited by a company in this country to work for them through the Employer Sponsored Migration program, now is the best time to respond to that rare chance. As part of your response to the invitation, the first thing to do is to talk to a trusted migration agent and get the necessary requirements you need to go through the application process and eventually get hired.
There are different sponsored visa options for you. These include the Temporary Work (Skilled) visa or the subclass 457, Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS) or the subclass 187, Employer Nomination Scheme or the subclass 186, the Training and research visa or the subclass 402, the Temporary Work (Short stay activity) visa or subclass 400, and the Temporary work (Long stay activity) visa (Subclass 401). If you need to know the kind of employer sponsored visa you are required to obtain, below are brief descriptions of some of the visas offered under this program:
Subclass 457 – this is a temporary visa issued to overseas workers who can work in their desired position for up to four years. They are the ones who have been sponsored to work in Australia and can bring qualified family members with them. These overseas workers can also travel in and outside Australia as long as the trip is approved by their respective employers.
Subclass 186 – Also known as the ENS, this grants a permanent visa to individuals wishing to move to Australia and stay here permanently. This sponsored visa program is typically given to those who have received an invitation or offer to permanently work in a company in the country.
Subclass 400 – This allows individuals to visit Australia on a short-term basis. With this kind of visa, they can also do a highly-specialised work, or be part of non-ongoing social or cultural activities, both temporarily.
Join the roster of highly-skilled labourers in Australia. Respond to your potential employers’ invitation to work for them the soonest you can. As early as now, prepare for a more promising job in a country that’s well-developed. Obtain the appropriate visa now and work overseas, be it short term or permanently. Share this article and encourage your fellow skilled labourers to join you in getting a better and higher-paying job.