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Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional Provisional Visa

This visa enables regional employers to address work deficiencies within their region by bringing in skilled workers where bosses can’t source an appropriately Australian skilled labourer. Employer Sponsored stream

This visa enables employers to address work deficiencies by bringing in skilled workers where bosses can’t source an appropriately Australian skilled labourer.

This visa permits you: – Eligibility Criteria:– You must start your employment within 90 days of: You must only work in your nominated occupation and only work for your nominating employer in regional Australia. Failed to do so, your visa might get cancel.

Place to Apply from: Usually you can be inshore or offshore when you apply, but not in immigration clearance.

If you are applying in Australia, you must hold:

Stay Time: This is a provisional Visa.

Designated regional Areas: It includes all areas except Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Visa Cost: Processing times: Applications are assessed on a case-by-case basis.

Visa label: – Your visa will be digitally linked to your passport

Conditions for Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) Visa

(Subclass 494)

Employer Sponsored stream

8515- Applicant must not marry or enter into de facto relationship before entering Australia, otherwise visa might get cancel.

8578- Inform if your Passport or Contact details change.

You must let know within 14 days if any of the following change while you are in Australia on this visa:

8579- Live, study and work in a designated regional area.

While you are in Australia, you must live, study and work in an area that is on the list of designated regional areas in an instrument.

If you hold a subclass 491 visa, the area must have been on the list of designated regional areas on the date of grant of your visa.

If you hold a subclass 494 visa and you are a primary visa holder, the area must have been on the list of designated regional areas when your most recently approved nomination was lodged by your employer.

If you hold a subclass 494 visa and you are a secondary visa holder, the area must have been on the list of designated regional areas when the primary visa holder’s most recently approved nomination was lodged by their employer.

Understanding your work rights

The Department is working with the Fair Work Ombudsman to help employees and employers understand and follow Australian Workplace laws.

8580- If you receive a letter asking you to, you must provide with evidence of:

The letter will tell you what sort of evidence we need and how you should send it to Australian government.

You might be asked for evidence of all your addresses or only some of your addresses.

You will have 28 days to provide Australian Government with the evidence asked for.

8581– You might be asked to attend an interview at a specific address or the interview can be over the phone or internet. The letter will contain the details of the interview time and how or where you must attend.

8608- You must work only in the occupation nominated in your most recent Subclass 494 (Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional)) visa application.

You cannot work in a different occupation unless you apply for and are granted a new Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) visa.

You must start work within 90 days of:

You must not stop working for more than 90 consecutive days. Unless an exemption applies, you can only work: You can work for other businesses if: If you want to change your employer, your new proposed employer must get a nomination approved before you can start work for them. Licenses, registrations and memberships

If it is mandatory to have a licence, registration or membership to do the job you must hold that licence, registration or membership and comply with its provisions.

If it is illegal to do the job you were granted you the visa to do without a licence, registration or membership, you must not work. You must not do work that is inconsistent with the licence, registration or membership.

If you were outside Australia when the visa was granted, you must hold the mandatory licence, registration or membership within 90 days of arriving in Australia.

If you were in Australia when the visa was granted, you must hold the mandatory licence, registration or membership within 90 days of Australian Government granting the visa.

You must let Australian Government know in writing as soon as you can if: Understanding your work rights The Department is working with the Fair Work Ombudsman to help employees and employers understand and follow Australian Workplace laws. Labour Agreement stream This visa is for skilled workers nominated by employers having Labour Agreement.

Labour agreements are between Employers and the Australian Government.

This visa permits you: – (If eligible) My Eligibility Criteria:– Designated regional Areas: It includes all areas except Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Stay Time: This is a provisional Visa. Visa Cost:

If you are applying in Australia, you must hold:

Processing times:

Applications are assessed on a case-by-case basis.

Visa label: – Your visa will be digitally linked to your passport

Conditions for Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) Visa

(Subclass 494)

Labour Agreement stream

8515- Applicant must not marry or enter into de facto relationship before entering Australia, otherwise visa might get cancel.

8578- Inform if your Passport or Contact details change.

You must let know within 14 days if any of the following change while you are in Australia on this visa: 8579- Live, study and work in a designated regional area.

While you are in Australia, you must live, study and work in an area that is on the list of designated regional areas in an instrument.

If you hold a subclass 491 visa, the area must have been on the list of designated regional areas on the date of grant of your visa.

If you hold a subclass 494 visa and you are a primary visa holder, the area must have been on the list of designated regional areas when your most recently approved nomination was lodged by your employer.

If you hold a subclass 494 visa and you are a secondary visa holder, the area must have been on the list of designated regional areas when the primary visa holder’s most recently approved nomination was lodged by their employer.

Understanding your work rights

The Department is working with the Fair Work Ombudsman to help employees and employers understand and follow Australian Workplace laws.

8580-

If you receive a letter asking you to, you must provide with evidence of:

The letter will tell you what sort of evidence we need and how you should send it to Australian government.

You might be asked for evidence of all your addresses or only some of your addresses.

You will have 28 days to provide Australian Government with the evidence asked fo

8581–

You might be asked to attend an interview at a specific address or the interview can be over the phone or internet. The letter will contain the details of the interview time and how or where you must attend.

Subsequent entrant

This visa is for members of the family unit of a Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (SESR) (Provisional) visa (subclass 494) holder who are applying separately for their SESR visa and wish to join the primary SESR visa holder in Australia.

This visa permits you: – Visa Cost:

Stay Time: This is a provisional Visa.

Visa label: – Your visa will be digitally linked to your passport so you

won’t get label in your passport.

Conditions for Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) Visa

(Subclass 494)

Understanding your work rights

The Department is working with the Fair Work Ombudsman to help employees and employers understand and follow Australian Workplace laws.