This week, Interstaff’s Managing Director, Sheila Woods commented on how the upcoming Regional Skilled Visa changes will impact businesses in the Resource Industry in an article for The Australian Mining Review and The Australian Oil and Gas Review newspapers.
With the new Regional Skilled Visas commencing on 16 November 2019, the article provides some timely information for businesses and we encourage you to have a read.
About the 494 Regional Visa
If you are an employer in Perth, the Gold Coast or a regional/remote area, you may be particularly interested in the new visa as an alternative employer-sponsored option to engage skilled visa holders.
Compared to the 482 TSS Visa program, the new Subclass 494 Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (SESR) Visa enables employers to sponsor workers under a broader list of eligible occupations with priority visa processing and a direct pathway to Permanent Residence.
Regional Visa Q&A Series for Businesses
In an online Q&A Video Series releasing on 28 November, Interstaff will be addressing questions submitted by HR Professionals, Site/Operations Managers and Business Owners about the impact of the new Regional 494 Visa for businesses in the Resource Industry and other businesses with regional operations.
For the opportunity to take part and submit questions for the Q&A Video Series, and to access upcoming Videos and Visa Tools, register now and stay informed about how the Regional Visa changes impact your business.
How Interstaff can assist you
If you are a skilled migrant and interested in Regional Visa options, you may wish to get in touch for a visa pre-assessment from 16 November when the new Regional Visas commence.
Our team assist individuals and businesses with the visa and sponsorship process for all Australian cities and regional areas. If you have any queries or to find out your options for the Regional Visa Perth, please don’t hesitate to contact our team of Registered Migration Agents on 1800 449 858 or email@example.com