Why is Immigration Auditing, Training & Compliance Important?
Compliance with Australia’s complex immigration laws is vital for businesses that are employing visa holding staff. Data matching between the Department of Home Affairs (DHA), the Australian Tax Office (ATO) and other government agencies increases the exposure to businesses that may not be holistically complaint with their immigration obligations.
Failing to comply with these obligations can result in significant financial penalties of up to $250,000 and restrictions on sponsoring further overseas employees.
A comprehensive audit of your business from an immigration compliance stand point will ensure your business is remaining compliant with it’s obligations as a Standard Business Sponsor, maintaining proper records, and is monitoring visa-holding populations of your staff.
Ethos Migration Lawyers work with organisations of all sizes to navigate the complexities surrounding immigration compliance by working with key stakeholders to review and develop internal strategies to minimise and overcome any compliance deficiencies.
Benefits Of Proactive Immigration Auditing & Training
Routine Work Rights Reporting
Routine work rights checking is an important function of immigration compliance. Our monthly reporting will alert you and provide advice on any changes or actions that need to be taken in respect of visa holding workers entitlement changes.
Your obligations as a Standard Business Sponsor include notifying the Department when certain events occur. Our team will continue to monitor these events and advise your business and make the appropriate notifications when required.
Ongoing Monitoring & Advice
Monthly reporting which includes the monitoring of visa holding populations and on-going advice in respect to general immigration compliance and strategy.