The employer visa Australia plan facilitates the Australian industrial houses to locate duly qualified and knowledgeable employees for the Australian companies and to assist them in increasing their businesses operations.
By the help of the Australian Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) any Australia based employer can pay for an abroad candidate to be its employee in Australia on a provisional or permanent visa.
The Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) facilitates the Australian company to recommend extremely skilled global workers to take up the official designations that can not be occupied by the local native Australian workforce or which can not be developed from an efficient in-house training course
Skilled employees living abroad can be supported by an Australian business house or by an international business functioning in Australia only in the case if the applicant has the proper necessary skill sets, diploma and other credentials and job experience.
The site of operation of the company, designation available and business operating requirements will also be taken into consideration.
Designation for which the immigration is taking place should ideally match up to a profession on the ENS List of Occupations, the employer have to pay at least the least salary mentioned for the profession in the Government's Gazette Notice, and have to be available on a full time basis for a time period of no less than 3 years.
Not only this, the job must also be according to the norms for working environment provided for in applicable Australian law.
In outstanding situations the Australian Department of Immigration may issue employer's visas to persons without the 3 years employment clause after training, to the persons of more than 45 years of age or with less than professional English.
Your company may pay out for the cost and other charges associated with the grant of the visa either fully or partly, nevertheless you are supposed to pay out for charges associated with medical tests, skills tests (if necessary), police authorization documentations, health check up reports and passport sized photos.
This visa also includes the immediate family of the candidate
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