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Labour Agreements: Sponsoring Skilled employees to work in Australia

Meat Industry Labour Agreement Sponsoring Skilled employees to work in Australia

The Meat Industry Labour Agreement is a work agreement between approved businesses and the Department of Home Affairs, allowing employers to sponsor skilled workers to work in the meat industry in Australia. Under the Meat Industry Labour Agreement, approved businesses are able to sponsor skilled overseas workers for a Temporary Skill Shortage (Subclass 482) visa, an Employer Nomination Scheme (Subclass 186) visa and/or a Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Subclass 494) visa.

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COVID-19 Concessions and Safe Haven Enterprise Visas (SHEV)

COVID-19 Concessions and Safe Haven Enterprise Visas SHEV subclass 790

The Safe Haven Enterprise (subclass 790) visa (SHEV) pathway gives some SHEV holders working and/or studying in regional areas the option to apply for certain visas (including some permanent visas) in Australia.

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Sponsoring Employees for Australian Work Visas – Accredited Business Sponsors

Sponsoring Employees for Australian Work Visas Accredited Business Sponsors

In order for a business to sponsor an employee for a Temporary Skill Shortage (subclass 482) or Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) (subclass 494) visa, the business must apply for and be approved as a Standard Business Sponsor.

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Sponsoring Skilled Refugee Labour Agreement Program in Australia

Sponsoring Skilled Refugees in Australia Labour Agreement program

Skilled Refugee Labour Agreement program: From 1 July 2021, the Australian Government in collaboration with Talent Beyond Boundaries, is piloting a program aimed at providing skilled refugees with a pathway to live and work in Australia. Under this pilot program, endorsed business sponsors will be able to utilise the Skilled Refugee Labour Agreement program to sponsor skilled refugees to work in their business, on a temporary or permanent basis.

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Marriage by Proxy and Australian Visas

Marriage by Proxy and Australian Visas

In a world where international travel is extremely limited and, in some cases, unsafe, intended spouses may well wonder if it is possible for them to get married “by proxy”.

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Fishing Industry Labour Agreements: Sponsoring Skilled Employees for Australian businesses

Fishing Industry Labour Agreements: Sponsoring Skilled Employees for Australian businesses

The Fishing Industry Labour Agreement is a work agreement between approved fishing businesses operating in the Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing Industry and the Department of Home Affairs, allowing fishing businesses to recruit an agreed number of skilled workers in light of skills shortages suffered by the Fishing Industry.

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Skills in Demand: The Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List (PMSOL)

Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List Australia Skills in Demand

In September 2020 the Department of Home Affairs announced the Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List (PMSOL), to identify occupations which fill critical skills needed to support Australia’s economic recovery from COVID-19.

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Dairy Industry Labour Agreements: Sponsoring Skilled Employees to work in Australia

Dairy Industry Labour Agreements: Sponsoring Skilled Employees to work in Australia

The Dairy Industry Labour Agreement is a work agreement between approved dairy farmers and the Department of Home Affairs, allowing dairy farm employers to recruit an agreed number of skilled workers in light of skills shortages suffered by the Dairy Industry in Australia.

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Changes to Income Requirements for New Zealand Stream of Subclass 189 visa

Changes to Income Requirements for New Zealand Stream of Subclass 189 visa

Australian Federal Government’s budget announcements included a change in the period in which the applicant must have met the income threshold for the New Zealand Stream of the Skilled – Independent (subclass 189) visa to encourage uptake.

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Labour Agreements: Sponsoring Skilled Employees to work in Australia

Labour Agreements for Sponsoring overseas employees to work in Australia

Did you know that businesses in Australia can sponsor skilled overseas workers in certain industries, even where standard temporary or permanent visa programs do not cater to the particular occupation(s)?

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