For Low Visa-eligibility Qualifiers – The subclass 482 Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) Visa is a tightened version of the now obsolete subclass 457 Visa (the 457 Visa ceased accepting new applicants in March 2018). This temporary resident visa, the 482 TSS Visa, allows skilled workers to be sponsored by their employer. This Visa has a Short-term stream (SOL) and a Medium-term stream (MLTSSL). For those who obtain and hold an occupation, as referred to in the Medium/Long-Term List, the 482 TSS Visa can lead to being eligibility for a Permanent Residency Visa.
“I am grateful to Evan for all the help and support he gave me especially during these recent difficult times. Evan gave me helpful professional advice which enabled me to then make the correct choices. Also, his conversations with my employer about me was helpful with my visa being approved on time.”
Denise – 482 Nomination Approved in 5 days
Result Achieved – new sponsorship within 60 day deadline
The TSS process has three stages. Stage 1 is Standard Business Sponsorship, looking into the details of the business such as turnover, staffing, and ownership. Stage 2 is the Nomination, a specific focus into the role itself in the business. This has many important aspects such as ensuring the nominee is being paid correctly (Salary Report), that the sponsorship isn’t taking an opportunity away from a local (Labour Market Testing), how the role fits into the business and why it is needed (Genuine Position), and other important aspects. These all require approval before Stage 3 (Visa Application). The importance of having the nomination assisted by a Registered Migration Agent to articulate the application clearly and favourably is worth every cent.
You can find a genuine position letter sample here.
You can find an LMT template here.
SAF 482 Visa:
The 482 visa requires mandatory payment by the employer sponsor to the Skilling Australians Fund (SAF), the SAF levy replacing the Training Benchmark requirement on 12th August 2018.
The SAF levy varies between TSS and ENS/RSMS and is calculated as follows:
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““We were absolutely delighted to meet Evan Bishop and found his knowledge and clear conversations on the topic of migration to be of huge assistance.
Evan successfully carried out a skilled workers migration for our business and guided us the entire way.
We are delighted to say that the migrated person Evan helped us with is with our team now and we couldn’t be happier with the work and support Evan, has provided for us.
We would not hesitate to work with Evan again – what a stand out extension of our business – thanks again, Evan!”
Shaun- 482 Employer Sponsor
Result Achieved – Approved in 9 days
Worldly Migration particularly specialises in assisting Employers with their Nomination Visa stage, which is the most important part of the process. Click HERE to find out more about these other specialist services.
As an expert in his field, Evan Bishop (MARN 1679414) is also a Professional Development Trainer to fellow Migration Agents and Immigration Lawyers on the topics of Training Visa (407 visa) and Temporary Skills Shortage Visa (482 visa).
The bulk of the workload at Worldly Migration, Evan Bishop (MARN 1679414) is proudly a reputed employer sponsored visa specialist and recommends anyone considering this option, whether you are the employer or the prospective employee, to contact for a free initial phone consultation. You will get all the assurance you need, with all callers saying Evan is the most competent on the subject matter. Free initial consult (enquire here) conducted over the phone with after hours available.
FREE EBOOK DOWNLOAD – Principal Consultant Evan Bishop MARN 1679414 published an eBook covering the Top 10 Reasons Why Employer Sponsored Visas get refused, it is short yet essential reading and you can get your copy here.