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Old 06-10-2010, 08:24 AM
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As you know i applied for GSM 175 on Nov. 07 as a programmer and analyst. An IT company in the Gold Cost will gave me a job offer, would the job offer alone help to speed my Immi process. Also, is it too much obligation from the company side to sponsor me , can they do it.

Cany i issue a temporary work visa with this offer.

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Old 06-10-2010, 10:30 AM
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Dear ,

As you know i applied for GSM 175 on Nov. 07 as a programmer and analyst. An IT company in the Gold Cost will gave me a job offer, would the job offer alone help to speed my Immi process. Also, is it too much obligation from the company side to sponsor me , can they do it.

Cany i issue a temporary work visa with this offer.

What to do ? Please help.
It is up to the company in question whether they want to accept the obligations that go with them being an employer sponsor not that they may be considered too significant if the employer is serious about sponsoring to get an employee.

They ought to have a look at the employer side re eligibility, obligations and applying requirements and if need be they may decide to seek the services of an immigration agent.
But in first instance you could direct them to have a look at the Immi site info for both temporary and permanent residency sponsorship.
Visa Options - Employer Sponsored Workers - Workers - Visas & Immigration

As far as you are concerned, you'll need to apply for a separate visa and it will not directly speed up the processing for your 175 application.

However you may want to consider the possibilities that may apply for you in respect to state sponsorship or your occupation being on a State Management Plan, the only problem with that being you may find no state sponsorship applications are being taken until the new SOL and SMP are published and classifications will now be ANZSCO instead of what yours was under ASCO, so there'll likely be something to be addressed in respect of that, possibly seeking a new assessment.

But given the age of your application and to avoid something happening re capping as you wait longer, employer sponsorship is something of a positive move.
If you qualify for PR employer sponsorship and the employer does also and is agreeable, make sure you make it an offshore application [ even if you come to Australia first on a 457 ] and because you have already applied with the 175, there will be no fee for you with the employer sponsored PR application, the employer still needing to pay their fee.





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Hi - we're moving to Perth in the next few days on a 457 visa. This is a company sponsored visa, and it takes a few months for the company to get the visa done. It was a very easy process for us - actually we even managed to get this speeded up and got our visa done in about 4 weeks. The only thing is that cannot be living in Australia when the visa is being applied.

Hope that helps
Sam Sampast


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Hi - we're moving to Perth in the next few days on a 457 visa. This is a company sponsored visa, and it takes a few months for the company to get the visa done. It was a very easy process for us - actually we even managed to get this speeded up and got our visa done in about 4 weeks. The only thing is that cannot be living in Australia when the visa is being applied.

Hope that helps
Sam Sampast
You can apply for a 457 visa in Australia unless the existing visa one is on has a No Further Stay condition.





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Thank you Sam,

How did you manage to find a sponsor?


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