Thank you for joining Interstaff’s Regional Visa Q&A Video Series. In our series of bite-sized videos, we aim to share our migration insights on questions submitted by HR Professionals and Business Owners about Australia’s recently introduced Regional 494 Visa and regional migration arrangements. In this video, we provide information about the Regional 494 Visa Process.
The Regional 494 Visa is a good alternative to the commonly used 482 TSS Visa because it provides a direct PR pathway for eligible employees in Perth, the Gold Coast and regional/remote areas. However, applying for a 494 Visa is more complex and time consuming as it requires a mandatory Skills Assessment and approval from a Regional Certifying Body (RCB). Watch our 4 minute explainer video for our insights.
Missed our last videos? Catch up here for bite-sized migration insights on Australia’s new Regional 494 Visa and other regional migration arrangements.
Keep an eye out for further Q&A videos to be released with our monthly newsletters.
Sheila Woods is the Managing Director of Interstaff and a Registered Migration Agent with more than 15 years experience in the migration industry.
With an extensive understanding of the Australian immigration system, Sheila partners with employers to advise on global mobility matters for corporate migration projects, complex case work and labour agreement negotiations.
Interstaff is an established migration consultancy specialising in skilled migration matters for the resource industry and businesses and has been operating for over 30 years since 1988. MARN: 0533879.
Please note, this series is intended to provide general information only – current at the time of first publication. The contents do not constitute migration advice. Migration advice should be sought for your particular matters so that your personal circumstances can be considered. In Australia, Registered Migration Agents must operate under the Code of Conduct.
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