Short-term stream (subclass 482)

The Temporary Skill Shortage visa (Subclass 482) is a temporary visa that allows Australian employers to sponsor skilled foreign workers to fill positions for which they cannot find suitable Australian candidates. This article provides a detailed breakdown of various aspects of the Subclass 482 visa, including eligibility criteria, costs, processing times, and more.

Frequently Asked Questions

The visa costs AUD1,455.00 for the main applicant and AUD365.00 for each dependent over 18 years old. Additional costs may apply for other assessments.

The duration depends on your employer’s nomination, typically up to 2 years, with exceptions for ITO and Hong Kong passport holders.

From 1 July 2022, eligible Short-term stream visa holders can apply for permanent residence through the Temporary Residence Transition (TRT) stream of the Employer Nomination Scheme.

Yes, you can include family members as secondary applicants, but eligibility varies based on your previous visa status.

In most cases, you can apply from inside or outside Australia. However, specific circumstances may require you to apply from outside Australia.

Processing times vary, but the approximate processing times for different application percentages are provided in the article.

No, the visa is digitally linked to your passport, and you receive a grant notification letter containing the visa grant number.

Yes, you can travel outside Australia as many times as you want while the visa is valid.

Your employer may be able to sponsor you for permanent residence through various schemes, such as the Employer Nomination Scheme or Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme.

Currently, there are no frequently asked questions available for the Aged Dependent Relative Visa (Subclass 114).