WHAT ARE YOUR OPTIONS WITH THIS VISA?
This provisional visa permits the holder to remain in Australia and work full-time for the contributing firm in a specific job. TSS visa candidates may include dependent family members in their application.
WHO MIGHT BE ELIGIBLE TO APPLY FOR A TSS VISA?
Temporary Skill Shortage visas are available in two lengths: short and medium. Some occupations on the Short-Term Skilled Occupations List (STSOL) are eligible for two-year permits. In contrast, those on the Medium and Long-Term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL) are eligible for three-year visas with permanent residence enrollment for three years.
WHAT EXACTLY ARE THE REQUIREMENTS?
Occupation: The intended role for the organisation must be identified as an activity on the Combined List of Eligible Skilled Occupations. The Australian New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations is used by the government’s Department of Home Affairs (formerly DIBP) to evaluate if the indicated selected profession adequately matches the role’s requirements (ANZSCO). The job description and the claimant’s professional and educational credentials must correspond to the ANZSCO classification.
Qualifications of the Applicant
To execute the work, the individual must have the appropriate skills. Although the skills required vary depending on the profession, all candidates must have at least two years of relevant work experience. When analysing a visa claimant’s abilities and credentials against the assigned role, Home Affairs assessment officials cross-reference the employment information provided in the client’s candidacy application with both the visa respondent’s education and work connections. Individuals who are not from an exempt country (the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, New Zealand, or Ireland) must also fulfil English language requirements before the semester.
Further Information: Medical and behavioural conditions must be met as well. Every country where the individual has lived for twelve months or more since turning sixteen needs a criminal security check in the past ten years.
WHERE DO I SEND MY APPLICATION?
The application procedure is broken down into three phases.
- The most typical sort of corporate sponsorship
Before hiring or appointing a holder, a corporation must first be a Standard Business Sponsor. A legal and operational activity is necessary to get a Standard Business Sponsorship agreement. This includes choosing the best ABN to use, registering the trademark, providing Business Activity Statements (BAS) and financial information, and demonstrating a commitment to educating Australian citizens and complying with an organisation’s and maybe other Australian rules.
After submitting an SBS application, an employer must identify a job inside their organisation as one that must be filled by a foreign national. Several conditions must be met as part of this step:
Examining the Labour Market
Before proposing someone for a TSS visa, a company must demonstrate how they researched the labour market. Part of labour market evaluation is determining whether or not the company properly advertised for the specific position. A course component will necessitate documentation, and the factual standards are severe.
The proposed role’s salary must meet two criteria. To begin, the remuneration must exceed the Income Threshold for Temporary Skilled Migration (TSMIT). Following that, the proposed salary must be competitive for the position. This ensures that the recruit is appropriately rewarded in comparison to Australian counterparts in comparable roles.
- Training Contribution
The type of visa is subject to a one-of-a-kind Skilling Australians Fund (SAF) tax, which must be paid during the proposal process. The SAF tax will considerably increase the cost of hiring new employees for a business.