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DAMA`s collective agreements exist between the Australian government and employers working in the region. They: The DAR, in consultation with the Ministry of the Interior, has defined a number of support requirements, these requirements are designed to meet the objectives of the DAMA and are political conditions that meet the objectives of the agreements. The LA will include an appointment limit representing the maximum number of TSS, ENS and/or SESR appointments that can be approved each year of the agreement. The DAMA is an employment contract for a given sector that can offer access to a greater number of professions and that could have lower requirements. The DAMA employment contract allows employers to sponsor visa flows through the Temporary Skills Deficiency TSS 482 and the Employer Nomination Scheme Subclass 186. Once the DAMA employment contract has been approved, eligible skilled foreign workers can be sponsored for a DAMA SA visa by a confirmed employer working in a given region for a profession defined in the main agreement. www.workvisalawyers.com.au/services/employer-sponsored-visas/designated-area-migration-agreement-dama.html Next, the LA outlines the types of visas (i.e. TSS, ENS and/or SESR visas) that can be granted under the agreement. SADs allow employers in Southern Australia to sponsor skilled foreign labour for positions they cannot fill with local labour.

Employers who suffer from a skills and labour shortage can apply for approval of a DAMA collective agreement. This allows them to sponsor a skilled and skilled foreign workforce with more flexible requirements than those available under standard visa programs. The second step in this process requires employers in the region to enter into their own agreements with the Government of South Australia, in accordance with the main agreement for the region. The result of this process is a DAMA working agreement between the Australian government and employers working in the region. Each DAMA usually lasts five years. Under a DAMA employment contract, the confirmed employer can sponsor an agreed number of foreign workers for a DAMA SA visa, which is the TSS visa of subclass 482 (as part of the employment contract flow). . . .