Extended period of stay for overseas nation skilled workers

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Good news for skilled overseas nationals who wish to stay in Australia for a particular period of time. Effective from 23 November 2014, all foreign nationals can now stay in Australia for duration of six months in their first entry with temporary work visa of the country. As per the previous rules and regulations, an applicant is accepted to stay and work in the country only for 12 weeks, but the new work visa called subclass 400 visas is allowing a candidate to live for six months.

A subclass 400 visa is a temporary work permit visa given to highly qualify skilled workers for short stay in Australia. An individual applying for this visa won’t need any sponsorship letter from employer of the country and not even required to undergo any burdensome norms such as long stay Subclass 457 Temporary Skilled visa.

Candidates who hold the passports of Hong Kong, United States, Japan, Singapore, Germany, United Arab Emirates, France, United Kingdom and Malaysia, can apply to this visa effortlessly through online. Applicant who holds powerful business case can get access of this visa easily. And an individual who is planning to stay for more than three months has to provide a proof that, his actions won’t affect the Australian skilled workers work.

The immigration department and Border protection of Australia will consider the proofs such as evidence of the size, nature, significance of the project to the local community. Proof from overseas employers stating that he or she is well qualified to plug the job.

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