An employer-sponsored visa is one type that allows Australian employers to sponsor international workers who are foreign nationals to obtain a permanent visa to work for them in Australia. Employers can support international workers by making immigration nominations and by providing sponsorships that can help them benefit from permanent residency in Australia.
Employer-Sponsored Australia offers a variety of opportunities to become employer-sponsored and work in Australia. The different types of employer-sponsored visas for Australia at https://www.australiamigrate.com/visa-types/employer-sponsorship-visa/ are:
- Visa Subclass 186 Employer Designation Program
- RSMS Subclass 187 Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme
- Subclass 482 for Temporary Skills Deficiencies
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Subclass 186 of the employer nomination scheme:
The Subclass 186 employer visa program is a permanent visa that allows you to work and live in Australia permanently. A person can only apply for a Division 186 visa if nominated by their employer as they are skilled workers. The position that the person nominates must match their skills and qualifications. Your nomination will only be considered valid if you are nominated by an Australian employer.
Subclass 187 of the regional sponsored migration scheme:
Visa Subclass 187 the regional sponsored migration program is a permanent visa that allows a person to stay in Australia for life. The Visa subclass allows you to work in Australia if you qualify as a skilled worker and need to be nominated by an Australian employer. To be eligible for the regional sponsored migration program, you must:
- Nominated by an Australian Approved Employer who is a local employer.
- Must be under 45 years of age.
- Meets English language and health and character requirements according to the Australian framework.