Interested in an Employer Sponsored PR Pathway?

Check your eligibility for the 482 visa.

What is the 482 Employer Sponsored Visa?

The 482 Employer Sponsored Visa, also known as the Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) Visa, allows skilled workers to work in Australia for an approved employer for up to four years. It provides a straightforward pathway to permanent residency for eligible applicants.

Benefits of the 482 Visa

  • You can work for an Australian employer in your nominated occupation
  • You can bring eligible family members with you to Australia
  • An incredible opportunity to apply for permanent residency
  • Gain valuable work experience in Australia
  • Make the most of Australia's unparalleled quality of life

Eligibility for the 482 Visa

  • You must be nominated for a skilled position by an approved sponsor
  • You must have the right skills for the job
  • You must meet the relevant English language requirements

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  • 8+ years of experience with a team of immigration experts well-versed in the GSM visa process and Australian immigration laws.
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  • End-to-end support, from application to grant
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The Subclass 482 Visa

Duration of stay: Up to 2 years or up to 4 years if an International Trade Obligation (ITO) applies. Hong Kong passport holders may stay for up to 5 years.

On a 482 visa, you can:

  • Travel to and from Australia as many times as you want while the visa is valid
  • Work full-time in Australia 
  • Apply for permanent residence via the 186/187 stream if eligible