Employer Nominated Scheme (ENS) Visa
The subclass 186 visa is for skilled workers who want to work in Australia. This visa involves a two-step process, firstly, nomination by an approved Australian employer and then an application under the nominated stream. It is part of the Permanent Employer Sponsored Visa program.
This visa is a permanent residence visa. You can be in or outside Australia when you apply. If you are in Australia, you must hold a substantive visa or a bridging visa A, B or C.
The visa has three streams:
Temporary Residence Transition stream: is for subclass 457 visa holders who have worked for two years, while holding a subclass 457 visa, in the same occupation with their nominating employer (who has lodged a valid nomination with us under the Temporary Residence Transition stream), who wants to offer them a permanent position in that occupation.
Direct Entry stream: is for
Agreement stream: is for people sponsored by an employer through a labour agreement.
What you Can Do
This is a permanent residence visa. It lets you and any family members who have also been granted this visa to:
An applicant for this visa must:
You can nominate a skilled worker for this visa if:
Heenan & Browne Visa and Migration Services can advise employers and visa applicants on the requirements of Employer Sponsored visas. We can assist with the visa process from start to finish. To arrange a consultation with one of our Registered Migration Agents, please call our office on 0490 324416 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like visa advice or process your visa application through us, the best way to start is to have a consultation with one of our Registered Migration Agents.Book Consultation
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