Temporary Visa Accredited Sponsor Nominations.

Processing priorities for skilled temporary visa applications.

An accredited sponsor receives priority for Temporary Skill Shortage visa (subclass 482) (TSS) or Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 494) (SESR) nominations and visa applications.

Accredited Sponsor nomination applications are processed in line with current Ministerial Directions.


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School Fees on Temporary Visa Australia

Although some Australian States allow the children of some Temporary Resident Visa holders to attend State schools without payment of International Student Fees, some states do charge fees on this group.

NSW School Fees for Temporary Visa holders.

Summary of fees 2020-2021.

$290 Non Refundable Application Fee (Required with Read the rest

Self Employed Work on 457 visa

Working Self Employed on a 457 visa?.

Most Temporary Working visas, such as the 457 visa, that are allocated to people being sponsored by a specific employer will have the condition 8107 imposed.

Some of the conditions on this are that the visa holder must:

    • continue to be
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Visa Processing Times August 2017 – 457 Visa

457 Temporary Visa processing times for month ending ​31 August 2017.

457 Temporary Work (Skilled).

75 per cent of applications processed in under 5 months
15 per cent of applications processed in between 5 months and 10 months
10 per cent of applications processed in over 10 months

457 visa holders – workplace rights & entitlements

457 visa holders – workplace rights & entitlements.

Under the Migration Act, your sponsor is required to meet a number of obligations which ensure that you are provided with appropriate terms and conditions of employment.

These obligations require your employer to:

  • provide you with equivalent pay to that of any
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School Fees on 457 Visa

The 457 visa is classed as a temporary visa, it must be noted that it is a Temporary “Resident” Visa, and not a Temporary “Visitor” Visa.

Some Australian States allow the children of Temporary “Resident” Visa holders to access Government School facilities under the same conditions as Citizens and Residents.… Read the rest