The Global Talent Employer Scheme is a new initiative from the Department of Home Affairs to support the Technology and STEM-based industries in accessing emerging skillsets that aren’t currently listed on the skilled occupation lists.
While your business might already be set up to be a sponsor, by completing the details below we can give advice on eligibility for the Global Talent Scheme. This scheme will give you unprecedented access to roles not currently eligible for sponsorship via a fast-tracked process, and put you on a level playing field with other companies in being able to attract the best and brightest talent.
There are two streams within the scheme:
We’re offering a free assessment of your business to ensure you are eligible and from there will advise you on the process, based on whether you’re a Start-up or an Established Business. We offer the free assessment without obligation so it’s completely up to you as to whether you would like to move ahead.
Global Talent Independent Program is a streamlined visa pathway for highly skilled professionals to work and live permanently in Australia. This scheme set to advance Australia’s competitiveness on a global stage and Australia is after the brightest and best global talents who are highly skilled in one of these 7 target sectors:
To consider this program, an applicant must:
The TSS visa (subclass 482) enables employers to address labour shortages by bringing in genuinely skilled workers where they cannot source an appropriately skilled Australian. It facilitates targeted use of overseas workers to address temporary skill shortages, while ensuring that Australian workers get priority.
TSS visa holders can work in Australia in their nominated occupation for their approved sponsor under one of three streams:
The subclass 400 visa is for people who want to travel to Australia to:
To consider this program, an applicant must:
The subclass 186 visa is a permanent residence visa for skilled workers. It allows you to work in Australia under one of three streams:
This subclass is for points-tested skilled workers who are seeking sponsorship either independently or by a nominated state or territory government. This process requires the individual to submit an expression of interest with the aim of receiving an invitation to apply. The skilled visa has two subclasses and three streams as detailed below:
Points Tested Stream
This visa lets invited workers with skills we need live and work permanently anywhere in Australia.
New Zealand Stream
This visa allows eligible New Zealand citizens who have demonstrated commitment and contribution to Australia, live and work in Australia permanently. Key requirements include:
This visa allows nominated skilled workers seeking state nomination to live and work in Australia as permanent residents:
We have helped many skilled applicants receive a positive outcome with this subclass. Now is the time to get in touch if you are wondering whether you qualify.
As we pave the way for businesses navigating the world of Migration, you can rest assured, that we understand business. Working closely with our directors, this visa pathway is for those entrepreneurs who are keen to own and manage a business or undertake investment in Australia.
There are multiple streams under this subclass which includes:
Depending on your occupation, you may need to undergo a skills assessment for various visa types. Assessing bodies include ACS, Vetassess, CPA, EA. We work with you in preparing your documents to ensure the best outcome in your assessment so that you can then move on to submit your EOI or apply for your visa.
As specialists in our field, we are often called upon by our clients for ad hoc advice. As well as the advice, we also provide ongoing, onsite support when required. This may be a factor when changing company structure, company ownership, mass hiring for projects etc. We can work with you to have a dedicated resource either in our office or onsite, to assist you in transitions or general consulting.
If you’re on the job hunt and you’re constantly meeting the same objections of we don’t sponsor or it costs too much/ takes too long, then our assessment may help you. It is a simple breakdown of the costs, timelines and your eligibility.
This may be what you need just to get that interview in the first place, where you can then sell yourself in person, resource either in our office or onsite to assist you in transitions or general consulting.