Employers in Australia are able to sponsor certain skilled workers to meet their company’s needs thanks to the employer-sponsored visa. Additionally, it enables overseas workers with specialized
talents to investigate employment opportunities with Australian companies, should those firms be in need of their expertise.
To submit a successful application, it is essential that both employers and employees have a thorough awareness of the rules and legislation governing employer visas. A poor visa outcome could result from the smallest application error, costing time and money.
The terms and obligations following the grant of the visa must be understood by both employees and employers. It will help in a way to prevent any violations of the terms of the visa.
When your employer submits their applications to sponsor and propose the position, you can submit your application for this visa at the same time.
Depending on the kind of visa you are qualified for, you must supply the information needed to
submit your expression of interest. However, the following are some of the fundamental details you need to submit your EOI successfully:
Since the goal of this visa is to solve the potential skilled labor shortage that Australian firms may experience, the visa laws and requirements continuously changing as per the necessity of Australian enterprises.
At BMW, we pay special attention to changes of this nature that are reflected in statutory instruments. One must be informed of these developments when applying for an Employer-
Sponsored Visa, especially the ones that are relevant to your position.
These instruments also list out basic requirements for the employers such as training benchmarks, market salary rates etc.
Get in touch with us for employer-sponsored visa types, criteria, and other assistance!