Our immigration lawyers can help you make sense of the complicated processes involved with employer sponsored migration, whether you are a business wanting to sponsor employees to work in Australia or a qualified individual wanting to migrate to Australia with the assistance and support of a sponsor.
We also have extensive experience and expertise with sponsor monitoring and advising businesses (large and small) in respect of ongoing sponsorship obligations and streamlining visa application processes, including meeting training benchmarks and market salary requirements.
Our immigration lawyers specialise in the following:
- Temporary Work (Skilled) visa (subclass 457);
- Employer Nomination Scheme (subclass 186);
- Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme visa (subclass 187);
- Temporary Work (Short Stay Specialist) visa (subclass 400);
- Temporary Work (International Relations) visa (subclass 403);
- Temporary Activity visa (subclass 408);
- Training visa (subclass 407);
- Working Holiday visa (subclass 417);
- Work and Holiday visa (subclass 462);
- Negotiating Labour Agreements with the Department of Immigration and Border Protection;
- Skills Assessments;
- Expressions of Interest;
- Business sponsorships and compliance with ongoing obligations; and
- Visa compliance/immigration training for Human Resource staff.
Our team has the knowledge, skills and experience necessary to navigate the path from initial client enquiry to grant of visa in a timely and cost effective manner. Our clients range from individuals to large international corporations, and we offer a full suite of migration services. In addition to providing visa advice, our service offering includes the conduct due diligence on migration records for compliance purposes, advising on citizen applications and advising on sponsor obligations.
Our Migration Team is complemented by practitioners with expertise across all corporate and commercial fields, including employment, taxation, corporate law, business structuring, property and asset protection. The result is a full service offering to our clients.Many industries throughout Australia are experiencing skills shortages, due to the current population lacking the required skills set. The Work and Skilled Visa streams are perfect for migrants that wish to live and work in Australia. Not only do these visa options help the individual person, but also help many businesses and companies throughout Australia who are in need of skilled workers. Our team will assess your current situation to ensure that you have the best possible chance of securing a work or skilled visa in Australia. Auslaw Partners have provided assistance to many individuals and businesses regarding these visa options, all with great success.
These temporary visas allow you to work and holiday in Australia for up to a year. Your experienced immigration lawyer from Auslaw Partners will guide you through the application process, which will vary according to your country of passport, to a successful outcome.
Our team members are often called upon to speak and provide articles in specific areas of expertise.
We have been involved in thousands of transactions both large and small and are acknowledged in the market place for our plain and simple drafting style whilst still protecting our clients’ interests.
Our Property team has an in-depth understanding in representing all parties in Body Corporate and Community Management disputes. Providing you with the right advice to resolve the dispute in the timeliest and cost-effective manner whilst ensuring your interests and rights are protected.
If you possess skills and capabilities to enhance Australia’s economy and workforce, then you may be eligible to migrate to Australia by applying for an Australian Work visa. These visas are specifically designed to encourage applicants to obtain sponsorship through an employer or to secure nomination. Many foreigners choose to live and work in Australia because of the lifestyle and employment opportunities offered.
- Temporary Skill Shortage Visa
- Employer Nomination Scheme Visa
- Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) visa
- Designated Area Migration Agreement (DAMA)
- Working Holiday Visa
- Training Visa
- Work and Holiday Visa
- Temporary Work (Short Stay Specialist) Visa
We can provide advice and representation in the following areas:
- commercial, industrial and retail leasing
- development contracts and construction contracts
- due diligence and acquisition
- property structures, trusts, joint ventures and project management agreements
- land acquisition and compensation
- planning advice, submissions and appeals
- stamp duty and land tax issues
- property development
- property finance
- town planning and zoning
- Residential conveyancing
- Commercial conveyancing
- Off the plan transactions
- Body corporate structuring
- Retirement villages and living
- Strata titling
- Management rights
- Development transactions
- Land titling and subdivisions
There are different types of partner visas available to overseas nationals sponsored by their eligible Australian partners, whether applying in Australia or offshore. We can also assist with Visitor visas to Australia, which includes family sponsored Visitor visas. There are a range of family migration options for people, including Parent visas, Carer visas and Remaining Relative visas. However, the Department has made recent moves to make these visas more difficult, so you should contact one of our lawyers to see if you are eligible to apply under one of these visa subclasses.
We offer comprehensive migration services to both businesses and individuals covering all Australian visa categories, as well as Australian citizenship.
Our team of migration agents partner with our clients by providing strategic support to help manage their ongoing obligations and ensure compliance.
Unlike many other, all of our cases are handled by a Registered Migration Agent, each one dedicated to taking the worry, stress and confusion out of your visa journey to Australia.
Our team of multilingual immigration law experts take a tailored approach to helping employers, skilled migrants and high net-worth individuals to discover the visa solutions that are available. We understand that migration to Australia requires more than law, and have clear insight into what is required to achieve a successful outcome.
For business owners and investors, Auslaw Partners can also provide advice in relation to cross-border commercial legal services, including litigation, property, commercial, international trade and investment, and more.
Our clients can expect easy accessibility to the experts involved in the conduct of their matters, honest responses to enquiries, fast turnaround of advice, and clear and effective communication throughout the progress of their matter. We extend this approach to all parties involved in our clients’ matters to ensure delivery of the highest standard in service.
Auslaw Partners is among the best migration law firms in Australia with a substantial record of having successfully completed the process associated with employer sponsored visas. Our services reach clients from all over the world, providing our assistance in global markets with extensive diversity in terms of employer sponsored visas.
Immigration rules and regulations are constantly changing which is more the reason for relying on the experience our professionals; lawyers that maintain updated information and exceptional knowledge. Our Immigration Lawyers can assess your case and choose the right employer sponsor visa for you.
Normally, there are three steps involved with Employer Sponsored Visas, getting standard business sponsorship, approving nomination and the visa application itself. As it is quite a complex process with several technical aspects involved, Auslaw Partners Lawyers has the experienced professionals with the knowledge to take on such matters.
Elements such as ‘Labour Market’ testing requirements and the employment confirmation letter are examples of important items not to be overlooked. Gold Migration Lawyers can help clients pass all difficult obstacles and ensure that the visa application is checked carefully before being submitted.
Auslaw Partners Lawyers will provide you with guidance in choosing the best visa for you. By selecting us, you will have a solid team of lawyers to help you with the application process and assist you in making a strong application to the Australian Government.
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