Australian 457 Chef Visa Immigration Screening
Congratulations Chef! Looks like you’re confident about your Chef CV and are seriously considering Australia as a realistic option for a new Chef Job. We assume that’s why you’re here on the Australia Chef Job And Visa Immigration Screening simulation page. If you landed here directly from a search engine then we advise reading this page first, before returning here. It’s the purpose of this page to help prepare you for any red tape involved in getting a chefs job and matching four year visa for Australia. That’s the good news. The bad news is that some paperwork is simply unavoidable on the path to getting that position in Australia and you’re about to hit with the lengthiest questionnaire you’re likely face. Why not take it on now and have yourself well prepared for the time you’ll be filling in the real 457 Visa documents.
Before going any further it might be handy to know who, if anyone, you’re planning on joining you in Australia and gathering together all your, and their, documents because you’ll need to refer to details such as passport numbers, details of previous Australian visas you may have taken out, details of any travel plans due to fall in the next three months, details of any trips abroad that you’ve taken in the past five years with a duration greater than three months etc. If you have any convictions against your name then they’ll have to be declared too. It’s important that you answer all the questions accurately and to the best of your ability because while Ireland enjoys excellent relations with Australia a very high percentage of applications will be subject to rigorous background checks. On the other hand this is only a simulation so the degree of seriousness you invest in this is up to you. However the completed form will be auto forwarded to you [assuming you’ve filled out the email field correctly] so the closer you stick to accurately answering the questions the more useful the completed document will be to you. Think of it as a bit of light homework.
If you have dependent children who will be traveling to Australia with you but who also have another parent or guardian, who isn’t, then there’ll be another document sought so please heed the following:
A parent or legal guardian not included in the application must complete and sign Form 1229 to provide consent to visa grant to the minor. Where custodial arrangements apply, relevant custody documents must be provided. Acceptable photo ID (such as personal details page of passport) of signatory must be provided.
Now, if you’re ready to tackle the type of form you’re likely to come up against, in the event of you finding an eligible Australian employer, then here you go.
To learn more about TOPCHEFS Relocation & Immigration Services or to obtain full and up-todate information on the wide choice of jobs we have on offer call us on (01) 633 4053. In the business of making the move, it’s the only number you’ll ever need.