The business applying for SBS must be an employer that satisfies the following requirements: The business is legally established in Australia; and The business has actual operations in Australia. Requirement 1 – Legally Established in Australia The business can satisfy this by submitting evidence of its business registration details such as Australian Business Number (ABN), Australian […]
One of the requirements that a sponsor needs to satisfy in order to obtain Standard Business Sponsorship and sponsor Subclass 457 visa applicants is the ‘training benchmark’ requirement. If the business has been trading in Australia for 12 months or more, in order to satisfy the ‘Training Benchmark’, it needs to satisfy one of the […]
Once a business obtains Standard Business Sponsorship, it will be subject to the following obligations in relation to DIAC and its 457 visa holder employees: Obligations to 457 visa holder employees Unless otherwise specified, the below obligations which relate to the 457 visa holder (and/or dependent 457 visa holders) are imposed on the sponsor while the visa […]
Standard Business Sponsorship (“SBS”) is what a business needs to obtain for in order to sponsor foreign national for the Long-term Subclass 457 visa. Domestic Business Sponsors A business must have DIAC approved SBS before it can sponsor foreign national workers under the Subclass 457 visa program. A business can only have one SBS approved at any […]
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