Employer sponsored visas are designed predominately to fill gaps in the workforce that cannot be filled locally in Australia. If your occupation is in demand or if you have a particular skill or talent that would be an asset to Australia, you may be sponsored by Australian employers and get a visa to work and live in Australia in a temporary/permanent basis.

Employer sponsored visa works two-way. On one side, it allows the Australian employers in shortage of skilled labor to sponsor specific skilled labor to serve their business needs. On the other side, it allows any kind of skilled labor from a foreign country to explore their employment options with Australian employers.

Employer Sponsored Visa

Employer Sponsored Visas Offered in Australia

Temporary Skill Shortage visa (subclass 482)

This visa lets skilled people with a relevant occupation work in Australia for an employer who can't find an Australian to do the work.

Employer Nomination Scheme visa (subclass 186)

This visa lets skilled workers, who are nominated by their employer, live and work in Australia permanently.

Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme visa (subclass 187)

This visa lets skilled workers, who are nominated by their employer in regional Australia, live and work in Australia permanently.

It is very important for both employers and employees to have a clear understanding of these visas' requirements in order to make visa applications successful.


A slight error may result in visa rejection and you will lose precious time and money.


Even after the visa is granted, there are a lot of obligations that employers and employees have to follow. Therefore, it is necessary and essential for you to seek genuine advice from Registered Migration Agents. 


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