Visa holders on a Short Stay Work Visa in Australia, such as a subclass 400 Visa, can carry out short-term, highly-specialised work for your business in a contract or non-ongoing capacity.
To be a Short Stay Work Visa holder, you must:
For employers, depending on the nature of your business, you may be able to invite Short Stay Visa holders to participate in your business’s non-ongoing cultural or social activities or to assist with matters of national importance such as relief for a natural disaster.
Short Stay Work Visa holders are usually able to stay and work in Australia for up to three months, however, this could be extended for up to six months in certain circumstances if supported by a strong business case to the Australian Government.
Inviting a family member on a 400 visa must be done along with the application of the main worker for a Short Stay Work Visa in Australia. When applying for this visa, the applicant can include members of their family unit. However, any family members included in the application would not be allowed to work or study in Australia. If the applicant would like to include family in the application, the evidence must be provided to show that the applicant and family have enough means to support themselves while in Australia.
For advice on engaging Short Stay Work Visa holders for your business needs, or for individuals requiring assistance with their Short Stay Work Visa applications to Perth, Australia, please get in touch with us online, email our Registered Migration Agents at [email protected] or call us on 08 9221 3388.
Interstaff has been assisting individuals and businesses of all sizes across Australia with migration matters for over 30 years. Our staff are registered with the Office of Migration Agents Registration Authority (OMARA) and practice under the Code of Conduct, which governs the Australian migration industry.
Our migration agents would be happy to assess your candidate’s eligibility to undertake short-term work for your business through a Subclass 400 Visa. We begin by reviewing a copy of your candidate’s resume including their skills, experience, and qualifications and then advise on the options available and the requirements for applying. During a consultation, our migration agent will also provide advice on any visa conditions that you may need to be aware of so that you can make a more informed decision. After the consultation, you can choose to engage our services to manage the visa application and receive ongoing advice on how to prepare the evidence requirements.
Our Registered Migration Agents regularly assist business clients with 400 Visas and understand the importance of ensuring the process is as smooth and efficient as possible – especially for urgent requirements. We also make sure that our visa and migration agents are up-to-date with all news from the Department of Home Affairs so that we can stay on top of changes in visa and migration policies, especially when it comes to Short Stay Work Visa to Australia.
If you would like to understand your business’ options for its labour needs, we encourage you to get in touch with Interstaff’s Registered Migration Agents. Phone our Perth Head Office on 08 9221 3388, 1800 449 858 (Free Call within Australia) or on +61 8 9221 3388 (International).
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