Employer Sponsored Visas

An employer-sponsored visa provides skilled professionals with the chance to reside and work in Australia. This visa requires an Australian employer to nominate a skilled individual for sponsorship.

Designed to address skill shortages in the Australian labor market, this visa program welcomes highly skilled professionals to supplement these areas. It offers a valuable opportunity for these individuals to gain Australian work experience and make a meaningful contribution to the economy.

Type of Employer Sponsored Visas

Temporary Skill Shortage (Subclass 482)

Grants skilled professionals the opportunity to work in Australia for up to four years. It comes with three distinct streams based on job roles.

Employer Nomination Scheme (Subclass 186)

This offers a pathway for skilled professionals to work indefinitely under an Australian employer. This is a Permanent Visa and has three specific streams centered around the applicant’s Australian work experience and sponsorship by employer.

Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional- Provisional (Subclass 494)

This visa provides skilled workers with the chance to live and work in specific regional areas of Australia, supporting the development and growth of these regions. It’s tailored to address the unique skill shortages in these areas and provides the holders a pathway to Permanent Residence in Australia.


Permanent Residency Pathways

Temporary employer visa holders may become eligible for permanent residency pathways after a specified duration. This transition not only enhances their benefits but also provides increased stability and long-term opportunities.

Travel Benefits

With these visas, you have the freedom to travel to and from Australia multiple times, offering flexibility and ease of international movement.

Access to Services

Visa holders have access to a wide range of public services, including healthcare, education, and social welfare. These privileges extend to benefits such as enrollment in Medicare and access to public schooling.

Work Rights

Visa holders are obligated to work exclusively for the Australian employer who nominated them. However, for specific visa subclasses, the possibility of changing employers exists, subject to approval from the Department of Home Affairs.

Other Benefits

Employer-sponsored visa holders may be eligible for social security benefits, which can include family tax benefits and child care subsidies. Check your visa types to know more about the benefits.

Tax Obligations

Visa holders are subject to the same tax regulations as permanent residents in Australia. Consequently, they are eligible for various tax deductions and credits in accordance with Australian Tax laws.

Why WorldWay?

Preliminary Eligibility Check

Our team evaluates the best visa options based on your qualifications and needs.

Application Assistance

We ensure that your application is thorough, accurate, and complete with all requisite documentation.

Employer Liaison

We bridge the gap between you and your future employer, assisting with necessary documentations to be completed by employers and you.

Continuous Support

From the moment your visa is approved, we are there to ensure you abide by your visa conditions with our team explaining you the compliance conditions.

Visa Renewal and Extension Guidance

If you’re looking to extend your stay, our team can guide you on the best next steps.

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