"I've been assisting Australian businesses and overseas workers access the Subclass 482 (previously Subclass 457) visa program for years. And over the years, I've seen numerous changes made by the Australian government to tighten this program. Recent intentions for the changes were to stop the exploitation of vulnerable foreign workers. This is admirable however, it has also created more, and higher, thresholds for both the sponsoring business and the foreign worker to meet. By partnering with KTA Migration, I will ensure that these thresholds are met by you both. And, I'll work with you to ensure that your ongoing obligations as a Sponsor and a 482 / 457 visa holder are continued to be met", Kathryn
Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) Subclass 482 visa program (previously the Work (Skilled) Subclass 457 visa program)
In March 2018, the Department of Home Affairs introduced the Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) Subclass 482 visa program. The Subclass 457 visa program is the primary way for Australian business to recruit or transfer overseas workers within their business. There are 3 distinct parts to a Subclass 457 visa application: Standard Business Sponsorship (SBS); Nomination; and Visa Application.
Changing Sponsors? KTA Migration can help you.
Addition of dependents to a Subclass 457 visa
New family members? KTA Migration can help you.