Work Visas Explained
Temporary Skill Shortage Visas (TSS)
If you have a job offer from an Australian employer and the right skills, experience, and qualifications for the role, this application stream may suit you. Your occupation must be nominated in one of the skill shortage lists, and your employer must have a valid Standard Business Sponsorship to nominate you.
VISA RENEWALS AND VARYING YOUR VISA CONDITIONS
Before your current work visa expires, you must renew or apply for a further temporary visa to allow you to work and stay longer in Australia. If your current work visa no longer fits your current circumstances, your employer will need to submit a new nomination, or you might have to apply for a new work visa.
OTHER WORK VISA CATEGORIES
Other categories of work visas may be suitable for you. Depending on your eligibility, you may apply for a Skilled Employer Nomination Regional Visa, Temporary Work (Short Stay Specialist) Visa, or Employer Nomination Scheme (‘ENS’), among others. If you have a partner in Australia, you may also apply for Partner Visa.
Other Visa Services
Wide open spaces, affordable housing and a sunny climate are just some of the reasons why Australian residency is at such a premium.
Your entire family may also be able to take advantage of the country’s welcoming culture, world-class education and healthcare, and laid-back approach to life.
Working In has thousands of overseas workers committed to a move to Australia. They’re qualified and have their visa process already confirmed.