Do you have Australian employer willing to sponsor you? Or are you an employer wanting to nominate an overseas worker?
The 482 visa is an employer-sponsored visa. Live in Australia and work full-time for your employer sponsor.
An employer-sponsored permanent residency visa. We manage both Direct Entry (DE) and Temporary Residence Transition (TRT) streams.
A training visa that allows workers to enhance existing skills or meet licensing or registration requirements.
An employer-sponsored visa that allows skilled sports coaches to live and work in Australia on a temporary basis.
An employer-sponsored visa. It replaced the 187 (RSMS) visa in November 2019.
Replacing the 489 visa from 16 November 2019. A points-tested visa requiring state or family sponsorship.
A permanent residency visa for people who have held a 491 or 494 visa.
An employer-sponsored permanent residency visa for skilled workers sponsored in a regional location.
Set your business up to sponsor overseas workers in skilled occupations.
Do you hold a 457 or a 482 visa? You may be eligible for permanent residency under the transitional arrangements.
True Blue Migration is a proud partner of the United Dairfarmers of Victoria (UDV) and can assist with agricultural sector visas.
Employer sponsorship isn’t one-size-fits-all. There are many visa options available and it is important to select the right visa subclass for both the business and the individual being sponsored. Employer-sponsored visas range from training visas through to permanent residency.
True Blue Migration Services manages the following employer sponsorship visa subclasses.
An employer-sponsored 482 visa allows you to live and work in Australia on a temporary visa, for 1, 2, 3 or 4 years. The visa length, English requirements and pathway to Australian permanent residency depend on the nominated occupation and whether that occupation is on the short-term list, medium-term list or regional occupation list.
Both the Temporary Residency Transition (TRT) and the Direct Entry (DE) pathways of this employer-nominated visa give permanent residency to you and your family. The TRT pathway is open to 457 visa holders or 482 visa holders when certain criteria is met.
This visa program has now ended. New applicants are no longer being accepted; however, applications that were lodged before the scheme ended will still be processed. The subclass 494 visa is the visa type most similar to the RSMS 187 visa.
This visa was replaced the 187 (RSMS) visa in November 2019. There are 9,000 places available annually. This visa provides a pathway to Australian permanent residency after a number of years
This visa allows applicants to undertake certain activities in Australia on a temporary basis, including sports coaching and research activities.
The Australian work visa program is designed to fill skill shortages and provide employers with access to labour that cannot be found locally. Both you and your employer must meet certain criteria in order to be eligible for employer sponsorship.
This may depend on:
Your employer may also need Standard Business Sponsor (SBS) approval before an employer-sponsored visa can be granted.
We help both you and your employer through the employer-sponsored application process. To find out if you can be sponsored by an employer, please complete our online assessment form.
You can also call us on (08) 6189 5333, (03) 9038 9070 or (02) 8206 8869 to find out more.
Are you an employer looking to provide visa sponsorship for new or existing employees? We work with employers who have not sponsored before to help them obtain approval. We help with all parts of employer sponsorship to make sure that your business will meet the requirements.
Discover more about Standard Business Sponsorship (SBS) today.
"I chose True Blue Migration due to recommendations from a few friends and saw that people had liked them on my Facebook. I applied for a 457 visa and can say that 100%, I could not have done it without them. When my visa was granted, it was a weight off my shoulders and there was a big party to celebrate." - Steve