It is worth considering an employment contract as part of a geographic area design migration agreement if your company operates in an eligible regional territory and, in particular, when the required skills are not available under standard visa programs. While using a DAMA offers benefits, the process is time-consuming and often complex. Applying for an employment contract usually requires a convincing business case, including proof of a lack of manpower for the skills you need. To learn more about DAMA`s, check out our fact sheet here or learn more about DAMA`s established here. A Surface Area Migration Agreement (DAMA) is a formal agreement between the Australian Government and a regional, governmental or territorial authority. It provides access to more foreign workers than the standard migration program for skilled workers. The SADs work within an agreement-based framework that allows regions to respond to their single economic and market conditions. DAMA SA is under the responsibility of two agreements that list the eligible professions and available concessions: for 72 professions, up to 500 people per year can be sponsored by kalgoorlie-Boulder DAMA through the five-year agreement. The designated sector has requirements for the confirmation of an employment contract that must be met. Indeed, the DAMA criteria are based on the reduction of the requirements for the 482 visa and the 186 visa. Interstaff`s registered migration agents can help you understand if a DAMA employment contract is right for your business.
We will then guide you through each step of the process of preparing your proof requirements. We also work with the Ministry of the Interior and relevant third parties on your behalf. This includes managing and submitting the application on your behalf and advising you on your compliance obligations as a visa sponsor. DAMA relies on the flow of employment contracts of the Temporary Skilled Labor Shortage Visa (subclass 482) (subclass 482). Sponsors enter into an employment contract with the Australian government and workers are then granted a subclass 482 visa. The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder and the Australian government have agreed on the Goldfields Designated Area Migration Agreement (DAMA), approved in March 2019 by the Minister of Immigration, Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs, David Coleman. Goldfields DAMA is a five-year employment contract between the federal government, the city of Kalgoorlie-Boulder and the coolgardie Shires, Leonora and Menzies. It aims to attract skilled migrants for work and life in Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Coolgardie, Leonora and Menzies so that Goldfields employers can sponsor skilled foreign labour in certain sectors that are currently suffering from a critical skills and labour shortage. .