Marino Law has specialist expertise in all forms of employer sponsored migration and can assist with temporary work visas, permanent work visas under the Department of Immigration and Border Protection’s Employer Nomination Scheme and negotiating formal Labour Agreements with the Department to assist larger businesses and recruitment agencies with ongoing labour requirements.
Our immigration lawyers can help you make sense of the complicated processes involved with employer sponsored migration, whether you are a business wanting to sponsor employees to work in Australia or a qualified individual wanting to migrate to Australia with the assistance and support of a sponsor.
We also have extensive experience and expertise with sponsor monitoring and advising businesses (large and small) in respect of ongoing sponsorship obligations and streamlining visa application processes, including meeting training benchmarks and market salary requirements.
Our immigration lawyers specialise in the following:
• Temporary Work (Skilled) visa (subclass 457);
• Employer Nomination Scheme (subclass 186);
• Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme visa (subclass 187);
• Temporary Work (Short Stay Specialist) visa (subclass 400);
• Temporary Work (International Relations) visa (subclass 403);
• Temporary Activity visa (subclass 408);
• Training visa (subclass 407);
• Working Holiday visa (subclass 417);
• Work and Holiday visa (subclass 462);
• Negotiating Labour Agreements with the Department of Immigration and Border Protection;
• Skills Assessments;
• Expressions of Interest;
• Business sponsorships and compliance with ongoing obligations; and
• Visa compliance/immigration training for Human Resource staff.