Employer Sponsored Visa Application Costs in Australia (ENS visa Fees)

Below is a the DIBP fees Guide Regarding the Government Costs Involved in Making an Employer Sponsored Visa Application (effective July 2017)

Cost Explanation
457 (Temporary) Application Fee

for TSS 482 visa fees visit here

407 Trainee Visa Application Fee
Permanent Employer Nominated Scheme (ENS) Visa Application Fee (186 Visa)
Employer Nominated Scheme (ENS) Direct Entry Skill Assessment
Permanent Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS) Visa Application Fee (187 Visa)
Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS) Direct Entry
English test (if required)
Medical Examination
Police Checks
Translation of Documents (if required)

Employer Sponsored Visa Application Prepared, Managed and Lodged by a SEEKVISA Migration Agent

Cost Explanation
Management of your 457 visa by  SEEKVISA Lawyer or Registered Migration Agent
Management of your 407 visa by SeekVisa Registered Migration Agent
Management of your 186 or 187 visa (Direct Entry – a skill assessment is required) –  by a SeekVisa Registered Migration Agent
Management of your 186 or 187 visa (Temporary Resident Transition or a 187 (Direct Entry – no skill assessment) by SeekVisa Lawyer or Registered Migration Agent

How much will the TSS visa cost?

The TSS sponsorship fee will be $420, the same as the current 457 sponsorship fee.

The TSS nomination fee will be $330, the same as the current 457 nomination fee.

Visa Application Charges (VACs) for the TSS visa are outlined below:

TSS visa (Short-Term stream) Visa Application Charges:

Primary Applicant: $1,150

Adult Dependent: $1,150

Child Dependent:  $290

TSS visa (Medium-Term stream) Visa Application Charges

Primary Applicant:$2,400

Adult Dependent:$2,400

Child Dependent:  $600