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Old 11-06-2010, 01:26 PM
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Yep, working for two years on the 457 and then having George agree to sponsor Arron for the PR would seem the best bet.
If he found another sponsor if it wasn't working out with George, he can also do it with that sponsor but a total of two years is required on a 457 and at least the last 12 months with employer doing the PR sponsorship.





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So in 3 years we could have PR?


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Yes, an employer sponsored PR can take about six months say, allow a few months to get the stuff together though you could be doing that towards the end of the 457 two years and so with everything going smoothly you could have PR in about three years.





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Old 11-22-2010, 01:08 PM
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I'm confused though. I thought you had to be on an ENS visa for a minimum of three years after the 457? Or have I read that wrong? (Probably) Wow three years isn't long at all! That makes me very happy! I thought Arron was looking at a five year stretch working for George


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For an ENS to be granted, it means an employer has to be eligible and have made an offer of sponsorship for three years.
On the visa being granted, PR applies and it becomes a matter between employer and employee as to how binding they require the employment to be.





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