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Temporary Skill Shortage Visa (482 Visa)

Temporary Skill Shortage Visa

Temporary Skill Shortage Visa (482 Visa)

Who is Temporary Skill Shortage Visa for?

The Temporary Skill Shortage Visa also referred to as the TSS visa, is for skilled workers who want to work in Australia temporarily.

How do I get Temporary Skill Shortage Visa?

There are three streams under this visa: Short-term stream, Medium-term stream, and Labour agreement stream. Before you can apply for this visa, however, your proposed employer will need to lodge a nomination application for you. Eligibility for all streams requires you to:
  • Be nominated for a position by an approved sponsor, and the approval of that nomination.
  • Meet any required skills and qualifications requirements.
  • Meet English language requirements.
  • Hold a substantive visa, a subclass 010 (Bridging A) visa, a subclass 020 (Bridging B) visa or a subclass 030 (Bridging C) visa, if in Australia.
  • Have complied with any conditions that apply or applied to your last visa.
  • Meet health and character requirements.
  • Meet the requirements of the stream in which you apply.

Short-term streamĀ 

  • Have worked in your nominated occupation, or a related field, for at least two years.
  • Are a genuine applicant who will comply with all the conditions of the short term visa.
  • Will be working directly either for your sponsor or for any entity associated with your sponsor.

Medium-term streamĀ 

  • You might be able to get a visa under this stream if you:
  • Have worked in your nominated occupation, or a related field, for at least two years.
  • Will be working either directly for your sponsor or an entity associated with your sponsor.

Labour-agreement stream

  • You might be granted the visa under this stream if you:
  • Are nominated in an occupation included in a labour agreement that your employer has entered into with the Department.
  • Have worked directly in ā€“ or in a related field of ā€“ your nominated occupation, for at least two years.

How do I apply for Temporary Skill Shortage Visa?

Your proposed employer must apply for you, and declare the need of your skills for that particular position. eduaid can help you with the entire procedure.

What are the features and benefits of Temporary Skill Shortage Visa?

This visa enables employers to address labour shortages by bringing in skilled workers from overseas. It allows you to travel to and from Australia as you please for the duration of your visa.
  • It lets you work in Australia in your nominated occupation for an approved sponsor.
  • You can include family members in your application and have them accompany you in Australia.
  • Your family members can enjoy the same benefits as you from their stay in Australia.
  • Your family members can work and study in Australia.
  • The nomination is generally valid for up to 12 months from the approval date.
  • The sponsorship is valid for five years from the date it is approved.
 

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