1. The employer’s nomination
The Australian employer must receive sponsorship. To get support, the employer needs to do the following:
- Show that they are operating legally and actively in Australia.
- Be dedicated to current retraining staff
After the employer has proven, they fit the sponsorship criterion, the post to be filled (or nominated for) must also meet certain conditions. For example, the job must be full-time and on the list of permitted jobs for this category for at least three years.
2. Visa application
The visa application must be filed within six (6) months after the nomination has been approved. To meet the visa conditions, applicants must also meet health and character requirements.
Skilled professionals are eligible for the Permanent Residency pathway through the employer sponsor visa for Australia. This Visa has some particular requirements and needs an experienced Migration Agent to get a positive outcome.
Subclass 186 visa of Australia has a couple of stages and needs Employer nomination and then visa application to be cleared. With the changes in Australian Migration laws, a prospective employee needs a minimum of three years of deemed experience as per the skilled assessment body requirements.
Australian employer-sponsored Visa is for local employers who are not able to employ skilled professionals locally and need to prove that they were not able to find the right person for the job in Australia and so are employing a person outside of Australia.