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What are Permitted Activities on a Business Visitor Visa?

Permitted Activities on a Business Visitor Visa

There are several visa options for people who are seeking to undertake visits to Australia for business purposes, such as Electronic Travel Authority (subclass 601), eVisitor (subclass 651), or Visitor Visa (subclass 600) under the Business visitor streams. However, the activities permitted under these visas are limited. Performing work on these visas constitutes a breach […]

Changing Sponsors on a 482 Visa

Changing Sponsors on a 482 visa

Primary 482 visa holders  are allowed to change sponsors (employers) after the grant of their 482 visa. To do so, they have to ensure that they comply with the requirements outlined in this article so they are not in breach of the work restrictions (condition 8607) imposed on their visa. Process to change sponsors on […]

What are the 482 visa work experience requirements?

What are the 482 visa work experience requirements?

The Temporary Skill Shortage (subclass 482) visa is a temporary visa that allows employers (who currently hold the appropriate sponsorship) to fill positions with overseas skilled workers when they cannot find suitable Australian workers within the local market. 482 visa applicants are required to have worked in the nominated occupation, or a closely related occupation, […]

Updated Pathways to Permanent Residency for 482 and 457 Visa Holders

Temporary Visas in Australia Remains High

Subclass 482 Short-Term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL) visa holders As one of the measures to facilitate a pathway to permanent residence for short-term skilled visa holders, the Government has announced changes that allow Sc 482 holders to apply for a third Sc 482 visa onshore from 1 July 2022. To be eligible for a third Sc482, you […]

Australian Government to Further Relax International Border Restrictions

Australian Government To Further Relax International Border Restrictions

It’s been a long journey since Australia shut its international borders in May 2020 and allowed only restricted numbers of citizens, permanent residents, and other exempt categories to enter the country in a bid to curtail the spread of COVID-19. The Australian Government recently relaxed the quarantine requirements for Australian citizens, permanent residents, their immediate […]

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