We can advise employers on their ongoing sponsorship undertakings as a subclass 457 approved business sponsor.

The Department (DIBP) does monitor business sponsors, which can include requesting documents from employers and/or inspections of the work place.

The failure to meet subclass 457 sponsorship obligations or to comply with DIBP requests can result in the sponsor (employer) being sanctioned, which can include a sponsorship bar and fines.

We assist employers in responding to Department 457 compliance requests.


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