Employer Nominated Visas

Subclass 186 Employer Nominated (ENS) visa

Subclass 187 Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS) visa

 

At Obvia Legal, we know that businesses need their staff working as soon as possible and we will work with you to achieve the quickest outcome possible.

We can assist you with advice, assessment, preparation and lodgement of the subclass 186 Employer Nominated visas, in either the Direct Entry Stream, Transition Stream or through Labour Agreement.

Similarly, we can assist you with the subclass 187 Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme, and advise on your eligibility.

Our advice will cover the requirements for the business and the visa applicant. Both parties need to meet the criteria set by the Department of Home Affairs to secure a successful outcome.

There are many ways Obvia Legal can assist you to make your application stronger – let us know how we can help you. 

Other Assistance

At Obvia Legal Legal, we can also assist you with other areas which can be crucial to the success of your visa application: 

If you are the employer, we can work with your HR and finance team, or even an appointed external accountant, on the documentation that we require from the business, and the process stages involved.

Employment Contracts: The Department of Home Affairs has specific requirements for the employment contracts that relate to visa holders. Although you may have a valid employment contract in place which complies with Australian law, the Department may require various other issues that are specific to migration to be included in that employment contract.  We can assist you or your prospective employer with this step, and provide an employment contract that complies with the immigration requirements. 

Corporate documentation: Similarly, companies and employers may also need various contracts and agreements as part of their business, to demonstrate to the Department of Home Affairs that the company or employer is a legitimate business and operates according to Australian law. We can advise and assist with the necessary documentation to demonstrate to the Department of Home Affairs that you are operating lawfully in Australia. 

There are many ways Obvia Legal can assist you to make your application stronger – let us know how we can help you.