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Old 05-11-2010, 06:15 AM
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Hi,

Anyone know for how long an ENS Employer sponsorship visa is valid?

I know under 457, a SBS (standard business sponsorship) is valid for 2 years i.e the employer does not need to apply again for SBS for 2 yrs if the company intends to get another employee under 457 say after 1 yr

So how long is the ENS valid for an employer?

Also, if 1 employee already did the processing under ENS, if another employee with the same company gets an ENS, does the employee has to go through the whole process or just do the employee section

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Hi,

Anyone know for how long an ENS Employer sponsorship visa is valid?

I know under 457, a SBS (standard business sponsorship) is valid for 2 years i.e the employer does not need to apply again for SBS for 2 yrs if the company intends to get another employee under 457 say after 1 yr

So how long is the ENS valid for an employer?

Also, if 1 employee already did the processing under ENS, if another employee with the same company gets an ENS, does the employee has to go through the whole process or just do the employee section

Thanks
An ENS visa itself is a PR visa and therefore a successful applicant gets PR.
Unlike the 457, the ENS is not split into employer approval [ now good for 3 years ] and nomination which is valid for just 12 months.
The Immi info for ENS just listing a 6 months nomination.

The difference is probably because the 457 is temporary and allows an employer the flexibility in numbers of employees, something that is fairly useful in contract type work whereas with PR positions it is probably deemed to be a more stable situation or DIAC would hope to see it that way and legislation supports regulations for that view.

As such, ENS PR visas are position specific and yes, it's a full separate process for each applicant and again for the employer.





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