Consultation on employer-assisted work visas

22 January 2019

mbie

MBIE are undertaking public consultation on proposed changes announced by the Government to the employer-assisted temporary work visa system.  This consultation will inform recommendations to Cabinet on final proposals and implementation.

The proposals will impact the following six temporary work visa categories:

  • Essential Skills including the Essential Skills in Demand Lists (ESID)
  • Approval In-principle
  • Talent (Accredited Employer)
  • Work to Residence – Long-term Skill Shortage List Occupation
  • Silver Fern (Practical Experience)
  • Silver Fern (Job Search).

Consultation is open to all individuals, groups or organisations.

Factsheet for consultation on employer-assisted work visas

Published: 18 Dec 2018
This factsheet supports the consultation on the employer-assisted temporary work visa proposals.
Type
Factsheet / Brochure
File
PDF, 402KB, 2 pages

Consultation paper: Employer-assisted Work Visas and Regional Workforce Planning

Published: 18 Dec 2018
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment in December 2018 undertook a consultation on proposed changes to the employer-assisted temporary work visa system and regional workforce planning. This discussion document provides a summary of the...
Type
Consultation document
File
PDF, 820KB, 49 pages

Cabinet paper: A new approach to employer-assisted work visas and regional workforce planning

Published: 18 Dec 2018
This Cabinet Paper supports the consultation of the same name. It proposes improving the employer-assisted temporary work visa system and labour market tests to ensure that migrants are only recruited for genuine shortages. It also proposes to create...
Type
Cabinet Paper
File
PDF, 658KB, 32 pages

 

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