Subclass 408 visa
The subclass 408 Temporary Activity visa is designed to allow foreign nationals to visit Australia to participate in certain events and activities which are endorsed by the Australian government.
This visa has 10 streams:
Many of these streams requires applicants to have a sponsoring organisation willing to host and or train the applicant during their time in Australia. Usually this will be an Australian company or government department.
How we can help
We can assist organisations with the Australian Training and Professional Development Visa Subclass 408 in a number of ways:
1. Assessing the appropriate stream for the application.
2. Researching and contacting suitable sponsors for company/foreign government backed applicants.
3. Acting as a liaison between foreign companies and Australian companies.
4. Assisting in the creation of immigration compliant training plans.
5. Assisting both the applicant and Australian organization in processing the relevant Home Affairs paper work.
Australia is among one of the few OECD countries to avoid the Global Financial Crisis and navigate the Covid-19 crisis without a breakdown in the national health system. The country has a modern and progressive government and regulatory system. Despite its size, it is also has one of the highest GDP per capita in the world and its cities are regularly ranked among the best in the world for livability.
Combined with its use of English, undertaking a Temporary Activity Visa in Australia will allow participants to live and participate in an environment where English is commonplace while also becoming familiar with Australian and general western cultural practices. Particular areas of interest for this visa include include:
- Public officers
- Foreign academics
- Company exchanges
- Religious workerst