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A training visa allows you to visit Australia on a temporary basis and participate in an occupational training or professional development.
You can participate in either of the following types of occupational training under 407 visa
1. Workplace-based training to acquire registration or licensing: This training covers the people who require obtaining registration, membership or licensing to start an occupation in their home country or in Australia.
2. Structured Workplace-based training to improve skills: This training covers the people who are nominated by approved temporary activities sponsor in Australia for an occupation specified in the list of eligible skilled occupations but require undergoing structured workplace-based training to improve skills for that occupation.
3. Training that sharpens the skills or enhance competency: This type of training is divided into three categories:
Note: On 19th April, 2017, the SOL (Skilled Occupation List) was replaced by the STSOL (Short Term Skilled Occupation List. Currently, there is no separate list for STSOL but a combined list of eligible skilled occupations. This list is due to be revised on July 1st , 2017 and will be updated every six months.
The training visa allows you to
To be eligible for this visa, applicants must
Those sponsoring someone on 407 visa must
To nominate someone on 407 visa
The nomination will not be considered unless the sponsorship is approved.
If you applied and got the approval of becoming an approved training and research or professional development sponsor before 19 November 2016, you can use this approval to nominate an applicant on Training visa (subclass 407) until 18 th May 2017 or till the time the sponsorship is valid.
You can include following family members in your visa application
You must have an evidence to support a claimed family relationship. You must also have a written statement including an approval from your sponsor to sponsor your family members.
You must provide evidence of your financial capacity to support yourself and accompanying family members for the duration of stay in Australia.
You and all the dependent family members are required to
You and dependent family members are required to be covered by the Australia’s national health scheme (Medicare) unless your country has a reciprocal health agreement in Australia.
The health insurer can either be in Australia or your home
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You must be free from any outstanding debts to the Australian Government before the visa is granted.
To get more information on 407 visa or determine whether you meet the requirements for the approval of visa, feel free to get in touch with us for a thorough assessment by our group of registered migration consultants.
The Temporary Work Visa (Subclass 457) is a visa that allows skilled workers from overseas to work in Australia for an approved employer for up to four years.
To qualify for the Subclass 457 visa, you must have a job offer from an approved Australian employer who is willing to sponsor you. You must also meet the relevant skill and English language requirements.
Yes, you can include your spouse or de facto partner, as well as dependent children, on your Subclass 457 visa application.
The Subclass 457 visa can be granted for up to four years, depending on the duration of your employment contract with the sponsoring employer.
Yes, you can change employers while on a Subclass 457 visa. However, your new employer must be an approved sponsor, and you may need to lodge a new nomination and visa application.
Yes, you can study in Australia on a Subclass 457 visa, but the main purpose of your stay should be to work.
There is no specific maximum age limit to apply for the Subclass 457 visa. However, applicants over the age of 45 might face certain limitations in obtaining permanent residency.
If your family members were not included in your initial visa application, they can still apply for a Subclass 457 Dependent visa to join you in Australia.
Yes, under the Temporary Residence Transition stream, you may be eligible to apply for permanent residency through the Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) or the Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS) after working for your employer for at least two years on a Subclass 457 visa.
Yes, there is a minimum salary requirement to apply for the Subclass 457 visa. The sponsoring employer must offer you a salary that meets the Temporary Skilled Migration Income Threshold (TSMIT).
No, the Subclass 457 visa does not provide provisions for bringing parents to Australia. Only spouses, de facto partners, and dependent children can be included on your visa application.
Processing times for the Subclass 457 visa can vary depending on individual circumstances and the workload of the Department of Home Affairs. It’s best to check the current processing times on their website.
Yes, you can apply for the Subclass 457 visa from within Australia if you hold a valid substantive visa or a Bridging A, B, or C visa.
Yes, you can apply to extend your Subclass 457 visa if your employer renews your employment contract and you continue to meet the visa requirements.
Yes, all applicants for the Subclass 457 visa are required to undergo a health examination as part of the visa application process.