While Australia may recognise the need for religious workers to provide services to relevant community groups, the process of obtaining the property visa is not as straightforward or easy as one might imagine. However, with over 20 years of working with charity organisations and religious bodies, JK Lawyers has the expertise and understanding of the sector to advise you as to the hiring of religious workers from overseas or in Australia, for both temporary residence and permanent residence status.
Organisations will have to satisfy the sponsorship obligations and nomination requirements, before the visa applicant can successfully apply and obtain a visa to remain in Australia and assist with the religious activities. JK Lawyers will work closely with you to make the process comfortable so that you can focus your time and energy on what is most important to you: the religious work. Together with the visa requirements, our Legal Team can also assist you with the legal structuring of your organisation, employment contracts and remuneration, tenancy agreements, and other general legal advice.
If you want to speak to one of our lawyers to gain better understanding of religious worker visas, call 03 9562 2662 to book an initial consultation.