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ENS (186) - The Agreement stream


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Old 02-16-2015, 11:30 AM
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Dear,

Could someone explain a bit more about "The agreement stream" (186).

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The agreement stream applies to holders of 457 visas who obtained their visas as a result of a Labour Agreement between their employer and the Department of Immigration.

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Old 02-17-2015, 01:40 AM
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Hi Jerry,

Thanks for help.

Do you know how it works? What kind of requeriments do I need?
I am on 457 Visa and I Have a labour agreement, it was a part of requeriments to het 457 visa.

I do not want to wait 2 years to apply for PR.

Thanks,

Edmar Donizetti Ferreira


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Do you have work contract or did you come in under a labour market agreement. The labour market agreement is an agreement negotiated between your employer and the Department of Immigration. If this is the case then you must get hold of the agreement and see what conditions apply to you being able to apply for a 187 visa.

If you have an employment contract between you and your employer, then you option is to apply for an RSMS visa under the direct entry stream if you have not been employed on your 457 for at least 2 years.

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