The Subclass 187 RSMS visa is a permanent residency visa that requires the sponsorship of a nominating employer situated in regional Australia. The main difference between a 187 RSMS visa and a 186 Employer Nominated Scheme visa is that for a 187 visa, you need to be nominated by your employer to work in their […]
This post follows our earlier post in relation to the eligibility requirements that apply to the primary 187 visa applicant. The application process You can only lodge an application using the Department’s online portal. You can only prepare the online visa application form once your nominating employer has at least started to prepare the nomination application for […]
I have received an update from DIAC in relation to processing times for ENS and RSMS applications. This update is current as at 4 March 2013. According to information provided by the Migration Alliance of Australia (MIA), the below information relates to decision-ready applications only. Note: Please don’t ask me to predict the processing time […]
One very common question that I receive from Subclass 457, 186 and 187 visa holders is: I need to leave my employer – what is going to happen? I have heard of all sorts of reasons for why people want or need to leave his or her employer. The below are just some examples: My […]
You and all adult dependents who are over 18 and are included in your Subclass 186 ENS or 187 RSMS visa application will need to satisfy the applicable English language requirement. Primary applicant – Threshold requirement The threshold English language requirement does vary depending on whether you are applying under the Direct Entry (“DE’) or Temporary […]
This must be one of the most commonly asked questions that I receive from Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (Subclass 187 visa) applicants: Do I need to stay with my sponsoring employer for 2 years after the visa is approved? What migration law requires In the visa application form, as the applicant, you are required […]
The 187 RSMS (Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme) and 186 ENS (Employer Nomination Scheme) permanent residency visas have a lot in common. But these are still two different types of visas, and I think that a lot of prospective applicants are confused about which one of these visas is appropriate for them. In this post, […]
If your employer wants to sponsor you for a Employer Nomination Scheme 186 or Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme 187 visa, your employer needs to demonstrate that your terms and conditions of employment are no less favourable than the terms and conditions which an ’equivalent Australian’ employee is or would be receiving. This includes showing that […]
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