The Australian Employers Nomination System (ENS) is a scheme that enables Australian employers to sponsor foreign citizens to obtain a permanent visa which allows them to work and live in Australia.
The Employer Nomination Scheme requires a thorough evaluation of the professional and the skills designated by the DIBP.
Foreign citizens can apply for the ENS if:
Foreign professionals can send an expression of interest (EOI) via Select Skill if they have not been nominated by an employer
Employers and territorial governments and state can see the details completed at the EOI and may or may not consider you for nomination for skilled migration.
The Australian Government may refuse to give you a visa if you are indebted to the Australian government. However, payment arrangements can change the choice.
Remark: In addition to IELTS, the Immigration Department now accepts PTE academic tests and iBT TOEFL since November 2014.
Three types of (ENS)
The three ENS Streams:
Temporary Residence Transition stream is meant for holders of 457 visa who have worked for 2 years and their employer wishes to offer them a full term position.
The Direct Entry stream is for people who on no occasion have ever worked in any capacity in the labor market of Australia.
The Agreement stream is set aside for persons sponsored by the employer through labourer regional migration arrangement.
ENS enable the principal applicant and family members residing in Australia to stay in Australia as a permanent resident (PR). (The name of the authorized family member must be in the visa applicant)
Step 1: Make sure you meet all requirements to work in Australia
You must meet the general requirements for the subclass visa 186 and the specific needs of the streams you are applying for. The Visa for Subclass 186 allows you to work in Australia under one of the following three streams:
Step 2: Have Your Employer Lodge their Nomination
Before you can apply for a subclass 186 visa, your employer must apply to the Australian Department of Interior (DHA). You must use less than six months after the application is approved.
Step 3: Preparing Your Documents
Subclass 186 Visa requires you to submit multiple documents with your login to prove that the requests are made. The reports are listed in the Document Checklist.
Step 4: Register your online login
An Employer Appointment Visa (Subclass 186) requires you to register online. More information here. When you register, you must have all the documents ready, as well as the visa costs that can be paid by credit card.
Step 5: Wait for the decision.
DHA may take several months to decide your visa application.
Step 6: Take a visa and start working
Upon approval of your application, you will receive a visa and can start or continue working in Australia.
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