RSMS 187 Visa Nomination approved in only 5 months!

Congratulations to our clients who got the RSMS 187 Visa Nomination – Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme – Subclass 187 visa approved in only five months! According to the Department of Immigration the usual processing time currently  is 13-14 months. Not when the visa & immigration specialists at Northern Immigration Australia handle your application: we prepare decision ready applications and make it easy for Department Officers to approve it quickly. We applied on 4 January 2017 and got the approval today on 6 June 2017 – five months is record time!

The employer is a Design Company based in Darwin and the applicants are a Graphic Designer and her partner from Italy.

RSMS 187 nomination approval in only 5 months

RSMS 187 nomination approval in only 5 months

The RSMS is an employer sponsored visa leading to permanent residency upon visa grant. It is only available in Regional Australia. The entire Northern Territory including Darwin is considered regional.


There are three different streams available:

  1. Temporary Residence Transition: where applicants have worked with the employer on a 457 visa for at least 2 years.
  2. Direct Entry: for applicants who have not worked in Australia, or who have worked in Australia on a visa other than a 457 visa.
  3. Agreement: for applicants whose employer has a Labour Agreement.


The RSMS visa is a three step process:

  1. Regional Certifying Body (RCB): employer needs to get approved as a nominator
  2. Nomination: employer needs to nominate applicant in the sponsored occupation
  3. Visa application: applicant applies for visa


Requirements for sponsor:

  • Be a lawfully operating business in Australia (relevant evidence has to be provided, i.e. business registration and financial documentation)
  • Can offer a full-time position for at least two years
  • Salary offered to the applicant meets market salary requirements
  • Labour market testing
  • Provide employment contract with equal terms and conditions (not less favourable than Australian employees)


Requirements for applicant:

  • Have the required qualifications and/or work experience
  • Competent English (IELTS 6.0)
  • Health insurance
  • Meet health and character requirements

Please note, there will be changes introduced soon such as age limit, English requirements, occupations list, work experience and training levies.

We recommend to apply before March 2018. Contact us now for a quote! We assist both, employer and applicants, and we are specialists in immigration to the Northern Territory.

How Northern Immigration Australia can help you:

  1. Initial Consultation 
    – Identify possible pathways to permanent residency – check eligibility and pros vs. cons of each option
    – Explain requirements for employer and applicants in detail
    – Explain options to include family members (partner, children)
    – Advise on deadlines to avoid upcoming changes
    – Full details of costs and processing times
  2. Assisting with employer applications: RCB and Nomination
    – Explaining requirements in detail
    – Providing comprehensive list of documents required
    – Ensuring position details meet standards, i.e. market rate salary, labour market testing
    – Completing and submitting application forms
  3. Assisting with visa application
    – Advising on required documents
    – Skills assessment (if required)
    – Writing submissions, for example waivers of usual criteria, i.e. health
    – Advising about any licensing requirements
    – Completing and submitting application forms

What are you waiting for? Find out if you are eligible for the RSMS visa and apply asap! 

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63 Comments

  1. Taranjot on June 11, 2017 at 7:50 am

    Hi Northern Immigration Australia,

    I want to know about RSMS. Please send me information.

    Thanks!

  2. Prabhjot on July 19, 2017 at 4:00 am

    Dear Northern Immigration Australia,

    Thats an achievement, that you got approved nomination application in record time. Congrats to your team.
    Can you please suggest me how long its take to get visa approved after getting nomination approved in 187 visa applications.

    Kind Regards
    Prabhjot Singh

    • Manuela Seiberth on July 19, 2017 at 10:51 am

      Dear Prabhjot,

      Thanks for your kind words. In our experience the visa application gets processed shortly after the nomination has been approved.
      Most recently it took 6 months in total to get all 3 steps of the RSMS 187 visa approved and our clients are now permanent residents of Australia. You can read their story here.
      Please contact us on +61879039166 or info@northernimmigration.com.au if you have any more questions! We are happy to help you with your Australian migration journey!

      • Virani on August 8, 2017 at 10:53 am

        Hi Manuela,

        I applied 198 visa RCB and nomination both at the same time in Dec 2016 in the occupation of Child Care group leader. Can you please tell me when I will expect the file is open?

        Thank you!

        • Manuela Seiberth on August 8, 2017 at 5:10 pm

          Dear Virani,

          Do you mean you applied for 187 RCB and Nomination? In what state? Have you also applied for the visa?
          The official processing time for a RSMS 187 Direct Entry is 13 to 15 months. You can see the visa processing times published by the Department of Immigration here. However, processing times can vary. For example, the RSMS 187 applications lodged by us usually take 5 to 6 months.
          Did you do your application yourself, or did you use a Registered Migration Agent?

          There are a lot of factors that can impact a visa application. We can’t do much about already lodged applications. In case you have not lodged your visa application yet, we are happy to assist you. Please contact us!

  3. Prabhjot on July 19, 2017 at 1:57 pm

    Thanks for your prompt reply Manuela
    No wonder why you have quite an image among your clients
    I red stories of your clients as you suggested which is really impressive.
    I got my nomination approved on 2nd July 2017 and i applied visa on 8th July 2017.
    which is pretty close to your mentioned client , if you can please update status of your client
    that would be really helpful to keep my hopes high, if you have any suggestions please feel free
    and if your clients already got visa granted then again congrats to you and your team.

    Kind Regards
    Prabhjot

  4. Prabhjot on July 19, 2017 at 2:51 pm

    i am sorry it was 2nd June 2017 & 8th June 2017 respectively , for nomination approved and visa applications dates.

    • Manuela Seiberth on July 19, 2017 at 3:30 pm

      Thanks Prabhjot. We usually lodge all three applications (RCB, Nomination and Visa) on the same day so the Department of Immigration all the required information available. We also make sure that we submit decision ready applications. That’s how you can avoid long waiting times.
      Good luck for your application! Please contact my office, if you require our assistance.

  5. Muntasir on August 5, 2017 at 2:20 am

    Hi Northern Immigration Australia,

    WOW, that’s great. Your client received PR in just 6 months. I’m planning to apply also but am scared seeing the slow processing times. People are getting frustrated. I follow few forums and people are waiting for more than a year and still no Case Officer has been appointed. But your client’s case gave me some courage. Can you please tell me the reason for such slow processing times when 187 and 186 are high priority VISA.

    Thanks,
    Muntasir

    • Manuela Seiberth on August 5, 2017 at 10:44 am

      Dear Muntasir,

      Thanks for your comment. Our 186 and 187 visa applications have an average processing time of 5-6 months. With every visa application we make sure that it is a comprehensive and decision ready application which makes it easier for a case officer to process. In particular, Employer Sponsored Visas such as 186 and 187 are very complex as it involves two parties: employer/sponsor and employee/applicant. As migration agents we can represent both parties and make sure that all the information provided is consistent and in favour of the visa application.
      The main reason for slow processing times is missing or inconsistent information which requires the case officer to go back and forth between the employer and the applicant.
      Please contact us if you have specific questions about your application. We can provide you with professional assistance and advice.

  6. Prabhjot on August 5, 2017 at 2:23 pm

    So is that mentioned client of your got PR approved already ?

    • Manuela Seiberth on August 7, 2017 at 1:51 pm

      Yes! They got their RSMS 187 visa shortly after the nomination was approved. You can read their story here.

      • Syed on January 18, 2019 at 4:31 pm

        Dear Northern Immigration team!

        I got my nomination approved yesterday for RSMS 187 direct entry. They asked for my medical now, which I have booked an appoint for next week. From your experience, how long does it usually take for the visa to get approved from this stage onward?

        Thank you in advance!

        • Northern Immigration Australia on January 19, 2019 at 10:27 am

          Dear Syed,

          Congratulations on your 187 Nomination approval! You can check the current processing times for visas here.
          Good luck! Please let us know, if you need our assistance in the future.

  7. Prabhjot on August 7, 2017 at 6:50 pm

    Congrats Manuela thats great a great news 🙂

  8. Ani on August 12, 2017 at 12:33 am

    Hello Northern Immigration Australia,
    I am a Dentist by profession and have an employer in WA looking to sponsor under regional sponsor migration scheme. I want to know if the nomination is approved, how long it will take for rsms visa to get approved? Also do I still apply for RCB?
    Please let me know.
    Regards,
    Ani

    • Manuela Seiberth on August 12, 2017 at 4:18 pm

      Dear Ani,

      Thanks for your enquiry.

      Please note that Western Australia has only limited migration options. For example, the RSMS 187 visa is only for certain regions in the state excluding Perth and other areas. You can see a full list of areas and more information on the RSMS 187 in WA here.
      The official processing time for a RSMS 187 Direct Entry is 13 to 15 months. You can see the visa processing times published by the Department of Immigration here. However, processing times can vary. For example, the RSMS 187 applications lodged by us usually take 5 to 6 months. You can read a few of our success stories here.
      Please let us know, if you and your employer would like our professional assistance!

  9. Manu on August 12, 2017 at 10:18 am

    Hi Northern Immigration Australia,

    I want to apply for RSMS 187 visa so after applying in how many days RCB approved and can we apply visa without RCB approved. What is the agent and lawyer fees. How many months will for PR to come. If RCB takes long time to approve can we lodge our file? Please let me know so I can get ready to do early. Thanks

    • Manuela Seiberth on August 12, 2017 at 3:57 pm

      Dear Manu,

      Thanks for your comment.
      We usually get the RCB approved within a few weeks. You don’t have to wait for the RCB approval. Ideally we lodge all 3 applications (RCB, Nomination and Visa) on the same day to speed up the process.
      Our fees depend on the complexity of your case. We would start off with a consultation to find out more about you and your employer. During the consultation we explain visa requirements in depth.

      Our consultations include the following services:
      – Advice on available pathways – there are more than 100 different types of Australian visa. It’s always good to find out about your options!
      – Visa requirements
      – Pros and cons of each option
      – Indicative costs and processing times
      – Our immigration specialist will answer all your visa related questions

      The consultation can be conducted by phone, Skype, email or face to face if in Darwin.

      Please contact us to make an appointment and we can provide you with a quote!

  10. Prabhjot on August 15, 2017 at 2:46 am

    I have to say that you are a “Gem” Manuela you answer everyones here questions here and try to answer each question in detail.
    you r doing a great job. 🙂

  11. Prabhjot on August 15, 2017 at 2:47 am

    I have to say that you are a “Gem” Manuela you answer everyones questions here and try to answer each question in detail.
    you r doing a great job. 🙂

  12. Rimpie on August 24, 2017 at 6:53 pm

    Hi Northern Immigration Australia,

    I applied for RSMS on 21 July 2016 in cairns.. it’s almost 13 month ago. How much time it will take more? Please reply.
    Thank you.

    • Manuela Seiberth on August 25, 2017 at 3:18 pm

      Dear Rimpie,

      The official processing time for a RSMS 187 Direct Entry is 13 to 15 months. You can see the visa processing times published by the Department of Immigration here. However, processing times can vary. For example, the RSMS 187 applications lodged by us usually take 5 to 6 months.
      Did you do your application yourself, or did you use a Registered Migration Agent?

      There are a lot of factors that can impact a visa application. We can’t do much about already lodged applications. You will have to wait until the Department of Immigration makes a decision. In case you are not happy with the decision, we can help you and your employer to appeal the decision. You can find out more about our appeals services here. Please contact us, if you require our assistance. We are happy to help!

      • Rimpie on January 30, 2018 at 11:54 pm

        Hello Manuela,
        We have applied for RSMS 19 months ago and still have not got a result. Now we have problem, our owner has sold his business in October 2017. What are the chances for PR granted or rejection? Our Migration Agent is saying not to withdraw the application. Please reply or give me some hints what to do. Thank you!

        • Manuela Seiberth on January 31, 2018 at 6:50 am

          Dear Rimpie,
          The fact that your employer has sold the business is impacting your RSMS 187 visa application. I need more information to provide you with accurate advice. You are more than welcome to book a consultation with me. Please contact my office to make an appointment. The consultation can be conducted by phone, Skype, email or face to face if in Darwin or Brisbane.

  13. Manu on August 27, 2017 at 6:41 pm

    Hi,

    I am regular reader of your blog. I have some questions which are listed below
    1. I have lodge my 187 application on 22.07.17 (how much time it will take to process.)
    2. I am in doubt that is it a direct entry or temporary entry ? (how to find out ?)
    3. How can I track this application as when I go to site it ask me to create IMMi account.
    4. Am I eligible for Medicare at this point of time.?

    Awaiting for your prompt reply.

    Thanks
    Manu

    • Manuela Seiberth on August 28, 2017 at 10:58 am

      Dear Manu,

      That’s great to hear you are following our blog. We are happy to answer your questions in detail. Please contact our office and we arrange a consultation with you.
      The consultation can be conducted by phone, Skype, email or face to face if in Darwin.

      We are looking forward to hearing from you!

  14. Haleema Tabbasum on August 29, 2017 at 12:31 am

    Hi Northern Immigration Australia & Manuela,
    I have lodged my 187 visa on 19 May 2017. We lodged all three steps together. I am still waiting to hear on my RCB from NT. It’s almost more than 3 months we lodged our file. Does it usually takes such a lot of time for the RCB to be approved? Waiting on your response.
    Thanks

    • Manuela Seiberth on August 29, 2017 at 8:14 am

      Hello Haleema,
      Thanks for your comment. We can only say what happens for us when we lodge applications as Registered Migration Agents on behalf of our clients: we get RCB approved within a few weeks. Did you use an agent?
      Please note that the official processing time is 13 – 15 months according to the information published on the Department of Immigration website. Since you already lodged your application, there is not much we can do for you. Just make sure you and your employer have all the required evidence attached to the application as there are currently many refusals of incomplete applications.
      Good luck & please contact us should you require our assistance in the future. We handle all visa types, refusals, cancellations, citizenship – click here for an overview of our services.

  15. Lee on September 1, 2017 at 2:15 pm

    Dear Northern Immigration Australia,

    Does the processing time of 13-15 months include the nomination period by an approved Australian employer?
    If not, how long does it usually take to get nominated by an approved Australian employer?

    Thanks and looking forward to your response!

    • Manuela Seiberth on September 2, 2017 at 2:11 pm

      Dear Lee,

      Thanks for your enquiry.
      The official processing time given by the Department of Immigration includes everything related to the relevant visa, i.e. Nomination.
      Our applications usually take 5-6 months including the Nomination. As qualified and experienced Registered Migration Agents we know what is required to make comprehensive and decision ready applications so the Case Officer at the Department of Immigration can process the application efficiently and in the fastest way possible.

      Please contact us, if you need our assistance or want some advice on visas and immigration in Australia!

  16. kumar on September 3, 2017 at 10:10 am

    Hello Northern Immigration Australia,

    I have applied for RSMS as a Restaurant Manager. I am wondering if I didn’t get the decision before March 2018, will I be affected with the new rules as the occupation is in short term list.

    Thanks for your response in advance!

    • Manuela Seiberth on September 3, 2017 at 1:05 pm

      Hello Kumar,

      Thanks for your enquiry.

      It is correct that there will be major changes to the RSMS 187 Visa in March 2018. It will get harder to get the RSMS as the requirements will be higher and stricter for both, employers and applicants. This is why we recommend to our clients to lodge the application as soon as possible, if they are eligible.
      At this stage we are still awaiting clarification from the Department of Immigration regarding applications lodged before March 2018. As always, we will keep our clients and followers informed about changes through our website blog and Facebook page.

      Alternatively, you can contact us on +6179039166 or info@northernimmigration.com.au

  17. Pam on September 6, 2017 at 2:11 pm

    Hi NIA,

    My concern regarding 187 visa, is it necessary to work for the sponsor employer before the department grant the visa ? If we not working before grant visa is it any bad affect for the application because immigration link says you have to move after they grant visa between some certain time. Thanking you for your advice.

    Kind Regards,
    Pam

    • Manuela Seiberth on September 8, 2017 at 10:11 pm

      Dear Pam,

      Thank for your enquiry.
      No, you don’t have to work for your employer before the visa gets granted.
      But you do have to start within a certain time period upon visa grant.

      Please contact our office, if you have more questions.

  18. karan on September 6, 2017 at 8:46 pm

    Dear Northern Immigration Australia,

    Thanks for the above information you providing to your clients!

    Could you please clear my some of queries:

    1. How long does it take to get RCB approved for Restaurant manager, if the nominee is in overseas?
    2. Kindly, please clear me that some of the rumours I am getting that restaurant manager or cooks are getting refusals due to occupations currently not in demand or incomplete documents. Is that true?
    3. If we lodge decision ready applications, than can we expect result in few months rather than current processing time?

    Thanks in advance.

    • Manuela Seiberth on September 8, 2017 at 10:19 pm

      Dear Karan,

      Thanks for your comments.

      To answer your questions:
      1. This depends on various factors, i.e. the Regional Certifying Body (RCB), the business who is applying to be the nominator, the application and submitted evidence, etc. Our RCB applications usually get approved within a couple of weeks.
      2. You are eligible to make a valid visa application if your occupation is on the relevant Skills Occupation List and you are meeting the requirements. It has been reported that incomplete applications are getting refused.
      3. We highly recommend to lodge decision ready applications to increase your chances of a faster processing.

      I hope this helps.

      Thanks for following our page! Please contact our office should you have more questions.

  19. Nishan on September 7, 2017 at 6:11 pm

    Hi Manuela,
    Can you please tell me how long cook and restaurant manager 187 DE files are taking now?
    Is there any difference between the processing time of these occupation and the other high demanded skill occupations. Will be thankful to you.

    • Manuela Seiberth on September 10, 2017 at 12:17 pm

      Dear Nishan,

      The occupation doesn’t make a difference how fast your application is being processed. What matters is how well prepared and presented all applications are including RCB, Nomination and Visa Application.

      Please contact our office if you require professional assistance: +6179039166 or info@northernimmigration.com.au

  20. Sohui on September 9, 2017 at 11:22 pm

    Hello Northern Immigration Australia,

    I lodged my 187 visa last April under Direct Entry as a child care group leader in Alice springs and got RCB result after 2 months. But then our company amalgamated with other companies from Darwin and changed the name of business and ABN as well as business organization structures.

    As I applied visa myself, I asked some advices from professionals what to do with my visa, but the replies were different such as updating documents or withdraw my current visa and apply again.

    Could you give me any advices? If I withdraw my current visa and re-lodge the 187 visa again with you guys, how much it will be cost? Also how long it will be expected? My friends who applied with agents but took more than 13months now.

    Thank you.

  21. Salman Abdul Rasheed on December 15, 2017 at 4:54 am

    Hi Manuela and Northern Immigration Australia,

    I wanted to re-apply for RSMS 187 Visa. As I have previously got rejected RSMS nomination. I wanted to apply through you.

    Please help me.

    Thank you

    • Manuela Seiberth on December 15, 2017 at 4:52 pm

      Dear Salman,

      Thanks for your enquiry.
      We are happy to help you with your RSMS 187 Visa. Please contact our office for further information.

      Speak soon!

    • Kam on December 23, 2017 at 11:48 pm

      Hi Salman
      If don’t mind can you tell me in which occupation & in which area
      Thanks

  22. Harpreet on January 3, 2018 at 10:28 am

    Hi there, just wondering if we lodge decision ready file, what happens if RCB rejects you?

    • Manuela Seiberth on January 8, 2018 at 7:59 am

      Dear Harpreet,

      Thanks for your enquiry. We are more than happy to provide you with advice and solutions for your visa issues. Please contact our office to make an appointment for a consultation. The consultation can be conducted by phone, Skype, email or face to face if in Darwin or Brisbane.

  23. Jan on January 19, 2018 at 4:49 pm

    Hi Northern Immigration Australia,

    We applied for 187 direct stream on Nov. 2016 (Chef) and still waiting if the nomination will come out positive. We were able to apply in Perth before the drastic changes in March of 2017. Is there any reason why applications are taking so long? The Department of Home Affairs website says its 18 months processing time, does this pertain only to the nomination or does it include the visa application as well? I am getting anxious as we have our future depending on this application. My friend who applied earlier on July 2016 has not heard anything- and they are also using an agent. I am quite surprised the application said above was been processed in a very short span of time. How did you do that, what’s your secret?

    Thanks for your time. I’m looking forward to your reply!

    • Manuela Seiberth on January 20, 2018 at 9:22 am

      Thank you for your comment, Jan.
      Our secret is our experience and that we know how do make a comprehensive and successful application. Australia’s immigration laws and policies are constantly changing and have different requirements. We work on every case very diligently and do everything we can to make a successful application. We always lodge the Nomination and Visa Application with all the required evidence and make additional submissions, in particular for the Nomination. This avoids delays and increases the chances of a quick processing and visa grant like for our clients!
      Good luck for your application! Please contact us if you require our assistance as Registered Migration Agents. We can help you navigating through Australia’s immigration and provide advice and assistance with your visa application.

  24. Michelle on March 3, 2018 at 10:41 pm

    Hi Northern Immigration Australia,

    My company has just agreed to nominate and sponsor me for the RSMS 187 visa. However, I understand that there will be many changes happening this month. Is it worth giving it a go and racing against the implementation of the new rules?

    Additional info:
    1 – My company has received the RCB

    • Manuela Seiberth on March 5, 2018 at 7:12 am

      Hi Michelle,

      That’s great your employer wants to sponsor you on a 187 RSMS Visa. The Department of Home Affairs has not announced the exact date of the changes yet. They indicated some time in March so it could be any day. Of course you can try and apply before the changes. Good luck, and please contact us if you and/or you employer need our assistance.

  25. Ela on March 27, 2018 at 9:27 pm

    Hi Manuela and Northern Immigration Australia,

    Is it possible to change employer even if you are on a Bridging Visa for a 457 visa?

    Thank you very much.

    • Manuela Seiberth on March 28, 2018 at 7:44 am

      Hi Ela,

      Thanks for your enquiry. There have been significant changes to Australian immigration laws including 457 Visa. I recommend to contact us and book a consultation so we can discuss your case and provide advice for what steps to take. The visa assessment & consultation can be conducted by video conference (Skype, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger), phone or face to face if in Darwin or Brisbane.

      We look forward to hearing from you!

  26. Ravdeep on April 8, 2018 at 8:34 pm

    Hi Northern Immigration Australia,
    Is there any change in 187 visa?

    • Northern Immigration Australia on April 9, 2018 at 7:51 am

      Dear Ravdeep,

      Thanks for your enquiry.
      Yes, there have been significant changes to the 187 Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme RSMS Visa.
      Please contact us and book an appointment for a visa assessment and consultation.
      The visa assessment and consultation can be conducted by video conference (Skype, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger), phone or face to face if in Darwin or Brisbane.

  27. Sky on May 9, 2018 at 8:56 am

    Hi Northern Immigration Australia,

    I am currently applying for a rsms and still waiting for the decision..but my company is going to lease to the new owner and the ABN all, the payroll will be changed.

    I only apply for more than 5 month and base on the current waiting time, my visa is unlikely to be granted before the business sold in coming July. Further more, as 187 requires 3 years experience, I won’t be able to lodge a new visa…

    I am still going to work in the same place, same position within the new employer. Does it help when immigration look at my case? Should I inform the immigration about the changing?

    Can you help me? Thanks!

    • Northern Immigration Australia on May 9, 2018 at 9:26 am

      Dear Sky,

      This is a complex scenario. We can assist you and provide you with advice about what you can do. Please book an appointment for a consultation. The consultation can be conducted via video conference (Skype, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger), phone, email or if you are located in Darwin or Brisbane we can have a face to face meeting. Book here

  28. Sajin on June 19, 2018 at 6:37 am

    Hello Northern Immigration Australia,

    I applied my 187 visa and nomination on January 2017. From that time I haven’t hear anything. How long does it takes to approve the visa? It’s really stressful being waiting for so long. I see that your clients get 187 Visa approved in 5 months. How did you do it? Thank you.

    • Northern Immigration Australia on June 19, 2018 at 9:27 am

      Hi Sajin,

      Thanks for your query. The Department of Home Affairs provides an overview of visa processing times here. We are Registered Migration Agents and our clients engage us for our knowledge and experience in visa and immigration law. For example, we submit comprehensive decision-ready applications to the Department making sure that all requirements are addressed. In particular, Employer Sponsored Visas are complex and legislation has changed which means there are new requirements for both, employers and applicants.

      Please contact us, if you wish to discuss your application in detail.

  29. Louis on February 28, 2019 at 10:13 am

    Hello Northern Immigration Australia,

    I’ve heard you are the best Migration Agents in Australia! I want to apply for my 187 RSMS Visa soon and I would like you as my agent! How do we start?

    Thank you. I look forward to hearing from you!
    Louis

    • Northern Immigration Australia on March 2, 2019 at 9:25 am

      Hi Louis,

      Thanks for your comment! We would be happy to help you and your employer with your RSMS 187 Visa.
      The first step is to have a consultation with one of our Migration Agents to assess your eligibility and make sure you and your employer are meeting the visa and sponsorship requirements. You can book your appointment here. We will then guide you through the whole process and assist you from start to finish.

      We look forward to working with you!

  30. Rika on April 5, 2019 at 10:15 pm

    Hi Northern Immigration Australia,
    I apply for RSMS in 2016. In 2017 my nomination get refused. After I go through AAT and now we win and my nomination is approved in July 2018. They ask for health document and we provide everything on January. From July to now it’s been 8 months we are waiting for our visa. Do you have any idea how long they will take more because we are very worried.

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