Immigration & TSS Visa
If you’re a Human Resources professional, you’re in the business of moving people, so at some point you are likely to come across the Temporary Skills Shortage (Subclass 482) visa. Commonly referred to as the “TSS visa”, it is the most commonly used employer-sponsored visa, having replaced the 457 visa in March 2018.
The intention of the TSS visa program is to address skills shortages in the Australian labour market, by allowing businesses to sponsor workers in occupations that are identified as in demand.
The TSS visa is granted for a period of either two or four years at a time, depending on whether the occupation is on the “short term” or the “medium to long term” list.
This information provided by:
Ariel Brott (Partner)
Accredited Specialist - Immigration Law
GLOMO - Global Mobility Immigration Lawyers