Employer Sponsored Migration | Employer Sponsored Nomination


The Employer Sponsored Nomination stream is to allow Australian Employers to fill skilled job vacancy positions with migrant workers that cannot be filled from the local Australian market. This is usually because there is more demand in the job market for that particular occupation or it's a specialised skill set not available locally. Often migrants who do not qualify for the GSM stream will look for an employer to sponsor them via the Employer Sponsored Nomination program.

There are several visa options available depending on your individual circumstances:

  1. Temporary Business (Long Stay) - Standard Business Sponsorship Subclass 457
  2. Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS)- Subclass 856 (Onshore) & Subclass 121 (Offshore)
  3. Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS) - Subclass 857 (Onshore) & Subclass 119 (Offshore)
  4. Labour Agreement - Subclass 120 (Onshore) & Subclass 855 (Offshore)
  5. Temporary Employer Sponsored Visas Subclass 457
  6. Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) - Subclass 186
  7. Permanent Regional Employer Sponsored (RSMS) Visa - Subclass 187

Provided by:
Fred Molloy, Registered Migration Agent (MARN: 0853698)
Konnecting – Australian Skilled Migration & Recruitment Consultants

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