Has you Australian Visa been cancelled or refused?
Under Australian migration law there are various visa cancellation powers available to the Minister for Immigration in circumstances where he is considering cancelling an Australian visa.
This is a temporary visa that allows skilled workers from overseas to work in approved Australian businesses. To sponsor overseas workers the Australian business or employer must apply for approval as a standard business sponsor. To be approved as a standard business sponsor you must be lawfully operating, have no adverse information known about you to the Department of Immigration and meeting the Australian training benchmarks. Foreign companies can also sponsor workers to Australia to service contracts or establish business operations.
Once you have applied for approval or have been approved you can then nominate selected employees on a case-by-case basis to work in skilled occupations within your business or associated entities of your business. The nomination must identify the nominated employee and the position in which they will work. The nominated employee must also be paid at the 'market salary' rate as established by factors in the relevant industry.
The 3rd and final application is the application for the subclass 457 visa. The 457 visa can be granted for a period of between 3 months to 4 years and to be successful applicants must establish to the Australian government that they have the qualifications and work experience to perform in the nominated role. In certain cases, applicants must also have registration/ licensing, complete an IELTS examination and have their skills assessed although there are a number of established exemptions to the English language and skill requirements.