Navigate the legal maze when engaging foreign workers on visas so that you can manage your workforce effectively. Our legal and migration team has the collective expertise and experience to deliver complete one stop solution for recruiting and onboarding skilled overseas workers, and navigate complex Australian employment and immigration laws to recruit and retain the skilled overseas workers.
HIGH SUCCESS RATE, NO TIME WASTED
Secure talent faster with minimal fuss and maximise your chances of securing in your skills, sponsorship and visa applications so you can get on with business.
TAILORED AND COST EFFECTIVE SOLUTIONS
Our team commence with consulting to determine the most appropriate and cost effective migration solution which meets your specific needs.
EMPLOYMENT LAW AT OUR CORE
Underpinned by EI Legal, specialist employment and immigration law firm.
MEMBER OF MIGRATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA
The Migration Institute of Australia (MIA) is the professional association for Australian migration service providers worldwide, working together for the benefit of Australia.
HR MIGRATION SUPPORT
Specially designed support for HR Managers who are responsible for hiring and employing overseas workers giving access to training, news, guides, tools and knowledge to stay compliant.
STANDARD BUSINESS SPONSORSHIP
We know how to get your business to be sponsor ready. The SBS allows eligible businesses to employ skilled overseas workers on a temporary basis
Make sure your skilled workers stay in the country, with your business. This is a subclass 186 visa for skilled workers. This allows foreign workers to work in Australia under three streams.
SHORT STAY ACTIVITY
If you need to sponsor an overseas worker on a short term basis – we can help. The subclass 400 visa is a specifically designed for short term assignments.
Get skilled foreign workers on the right visa for your business. The 457 visa is one of the most common used to sponsor skilled workers from overseas on a temporary basis.
LATEST MIGRATION NEWS
Proposed changes to permanent employer sponsored skilled visas are due to commence in March 2018. Proposed bills are currently before parliament and in draft consultation. So what should we expect to see? Eligible Occupation Codes Employer sponsored permanent...read more
The announcement on the introduction of the Skilling Australians Fund Levy in the 2017-18 Federal budget in conjunction with the reforms to the 457 visa for the remainder of the year has now made a lot of Australian businesses, who have been relying on foreign labour,...read more
Fair Work Ombudsman Natalie James recently issued a warning to businesses who employ workers on a 457 visa, saying minimum wage rates apply to everyone in Australia, including visa-holders, and they are not negotiable. Her comments follow a recent spate of cases...read more
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