Subclass 400temporary work Visa (short stay specialist)
What is A temporary work visa?
The Subclass 400 Short Stay Specialist Visa is designed for people who want to travel to Australia for either short-term, highly specialised, non-ongoing work or in some circumstances, to participate in an activity or work relating to Australia’s interests. A Subclass 400 Visa holder is generally allowed to stay in Australia for 3 months and in some circumstances, with requests supported by a strong business case, may be granted a period of 6 months.
Bring family members along – however not be allowed to work
May combine holiday with intended work but must be secondary
Limitations on work or activity
Course of study & workplace-based training
Working in the entertainment industry
No Further Stay condition
Getting support from work
To get a Subclass 400 Temporary Work Visa, you may also work with an organisation in Australia who will support your visa application. Workers in Australia, including visa holders with permission to work, have rights under Australian workplace law. Freelance work may be covered under this category, such as those done by freelance journalists and photographers undertaking a media assignment.
Don’t risk a refusal by applying for your Subclass 400 Temporary Work Visa without the right advice. Find out everything you need to know before deciding your next course of action. Fill in your details and a member of the Think Visa team will contact you to understand your circumstances.