Employer Nomination Scheme Subclass 186 visa costs for Australian work visa.
At the time of lodgement of Employer Nomination Scheme subclass 186 visa the primary applicant and all dependent family members must pay visa application charge. There may be a second installment payable for some applicants before a decision is made on the visa 186 application.
The primary applicant lodging the employer nomination scheme visa 186 application must pay a visa application charge of: A$4640.
The secondary applicant who is atleast 18 while lodging the 186 visa Australia must pay a visa cost of: A$2320.
The secondary applicant who is atleast 18 while lodging the visa 186 Australia must pay a visa cost of: A$1160.
The second installment (payable before grant of visa 186) is A$9800 if:
The second installment (payable before grant of visa 186) is A$4890 if:
The second installment (payable before grant of visa 186) is nil if:
Subsequent Temporary Application Charge is not payable when you lodge subclass 186 visa application.
Subclass 186 Nomination application government fees is A$540.
Employers must pay the applicable nomination training contribution charge referred to as the Skilling Australians Fund (SAF) levy. The purpose of the SAF levy is for employers to contribute to the broader skills development of Australians.
Yes, the main applicant can include dependent family unit members in the visa subclass 186 application.
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