TSS482 Nomination refusal? Appeal? Or not
Updated: May 9, 2022
You may be an employer that has attempted to self manage your 482 Nomination but failed to meet the legislated criteria in some way.
This not only costs you lost time and effort, lost Nomination Fee and also lost Skilling Australians Fund Levy. You are now faced with the prospect of managing an appeal to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal to appeal this refusal decision at additional costs. Not many employers can afford to simply lose this type of funds investment on a potential applicant.
You also have to consider is there another option. Perhaps you can re-lodge a new Nomination. Perhaps you should consider another visa type for example a permanent skilled visa such as Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (Regional Nomination Scheme (RNS)) subclass 187.
If you have been refused your employer Nomination you need to reconsider self-managing and seek professional migration assistance before e.g. wasting time and effort on an appeal to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) which may simply confirm DoHA (Department of Home Affairs) refusal decision.
Contact Smarter Immigration today to assist your refused 482 Nomination or 482 visa matter or advise on other options. Employers should contact agent for any employer issues such as sponsorship or nominations (Nomination refusal is not a 482 visa applicant managed matter)