Corporate clients

While multitasking is required in your day-to-day business, dealing with your migration requirements is something we can easily assist you with.

If you are looking at entering the Australian market or wondering what is the best option to hire an overseas worker, we are here to advise on the best pathways available to reach your goals. While sponsoring an employee through a 457 visa or nominating the same person for a permanent visa might sound similar options, as they both involve for the employee to lawfully work and live in Australia, they do not have the same legal implications for your entity.

We believe in specialisation, especially when it comes to migration, as not only it is a complex area of law, but it constantly keeps evolving.

For example, on 18 April 2017, the Australian Government announced that the 457-visa subclass was going to be abolished and a new one, namely the Temporary Skill Shortage visa, will be released in March 2018. While some grandfathering provisions are in place for current 457 visa holders, significant changes took place with immediate effect impacting lodged nominations as well as future visa applications. 

We do understand that time is a scarce resource and each of our corporate client has a dedicated migration specialist, who is pro-active and will ensure that you are compliant with the latest changes and all your queries are answered in an effective and practical manner.

  

  Becoming a sponsor

Struggling to find the adequate candidate for a position? Did you know that you can sponsor or nominate the suitable candidate, if certain criteria are satisfied?

As an employer, the Australian visa program allows you to recruit and nominate skilled workers who have recognised qualification and relevant work experience. However, we can only emphasize the importance of seeking professional advice before choosing a migration pathway in order to understand all the legal implications.

Therefore, if you are thinking about hiring overseas skilled workers, feel free to contact us in order to discuss your options.