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Old 12-23-2009, 07:24 PM
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Good day ! Does anyone know what is the advantage and disadvantage between applying permanent visa by employer sponsored and independent ? And also if I held a permanent visa by employer sponsored and say after 1 year visa granted the relationship between me and the employer finished (example : supposed I resign or employer terminate me), Is the permanent visa cancelled due to this case ?

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Old 12-23-2009, 11:20 PM
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Hi Luke and welcome to the forum,
Main advantages of ES are that it has the highest priority and thus will be processed quicker and relative to independent visas for occupations not on the CSL, a lot quicker.
Read http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/gener...processing.pdf
And of course you know you have a job and an income to immigrate to.
The latter can be the difficult part - finding an employer though with ES being favoured, there'll be something of an employer culture shift in time.

As to PR being granted and ceasing work with an employer, there is no binding regulation in respect to ENS and the contract you'll have with an employer will determine any outcome between employee and employer.
The RSMS is a bit different because there is a specific condition re working in a region though if there were employer/employee difficulties, I'd expect that would be taken into account, though break your emply in first week for no good reason and you would want to have a very good reason I'd expect.

As a general rule, PR does not get withdrawn too lightly.

Of course the 457 for TR which gets used a lot as a stepping stone is entirely conditional on remaining in sponsored employ.
Have a read of all @ Employer Sponsored Workers - Workers - Visas & Immigration





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Old 12-24-2009, 12:47 AM
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By the way, I have read about visa processing time from immigration website that link you gave in previous posting. In the table show that permanent visa application for ENS and independent (onshore) take the same length (6 months from date of logdment), so it mean no priority for ENS relative to independent?

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Old 12-24-2009, 06:26 AM
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You may be referring to the table for Service Standards and any times shown anywhere on the DIAC site are indicative only.

Priorities are clearly indicated on the link I gave if you do read it thoroughly.
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Under the Ministerial Direction, the following processing priorities (with highest priority listed first) apply:
1. Applications from people who are employer sponsored under the ENS and the RSMS.
2. Applications from people who are nominated by a State/Territory government and whose nominated occupation is listed on the Critical Skills List (CSL).
3. Applications from people who are sponsored by family and whose nominated occupation is listed on the CSL.
4. Applications from people who are neither nominated nor sponsored but whose nominated occupation is listed on the CSL.
5. Applications from people who are nominated by a State/Territory government whose.......
As it is, DIAC have been processing priorities 1-4 in the main with very few priority 5s.

If you do not think ENS categories have a priority, that's your perogative.





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Old 12-25-2009, 09:52 AM
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Thank you Wanderer, It is more clear now. I think the table is indicative since 2007. BY the way, Does anyone know if I apply PR visa and one of my dependant has Hepatitis-B infedted, would the visa be refused ?
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Medical cases are decided on a case by case basis with recommendations by medical officers to be followed - http://www.immi.gov.au/allforms/pdf/1071i.pdf





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