Training Visa (Subclass 407) - Bansal Immigration - Your Future, Our Priority

This is a Temporary visa which allows you to undergo workplace/industrial based training to improve your professional skills where you can stay in Australia for up to two years. You need to be nominated for this visa. Your nominee should clearly describe purpose or type of training and how and where the training will be provided.

Nomination can be of 3 types

  • Occupational training required for registration
  • Occupational training to improve skills in an eligible occupation
  • Occupational training for capacity building overseas

Once the visa tenure is finished you cannot extend your visa and need to apply for other visas. Contact BANSAL Immigration Consultants for more information.

You can always include your family at the time of lodgement of application or after the grant of your visa. If you want your family members to join you after the grat of visa, you can always Temporary Work and Activity Visa (Subsequent Entrant) (403,407,408).


Application fee 310.00
Additional Applicant Charge 18+ 310.00
Additional Applicant Charge U18 80.00
Subsequent Temporary Application Charge (if applying from Australia) 1,400.00

Processing Time:

No proper processing times are mentioned

Visa conditions:

8102 – Not work other than in relation to study or training

You can only work if it is related to your course of study or training.

8104 – Work restriction: 40 hours a fortnight

You can only work up to 40 hours in a fortnight. A fortnight means the period of 14 days starting on a Monday.

8106 – Work limitation

You cannot work in Australia unless it is relevant to the business or tasks specified in the visa application.

8107 – Work limitation

The visa you hold was granted to either allow you to be employed by a particular employer, or to undertake specific activities in Australia.

You must not stop working for your employer. You must not work in a different position, occupation or with another employer or for yourself.

You must not stop doing the activity the visa was granted for.

You must not do other activities or do the activity for yourself or anyone else.

You must hold a licence, registration or membership if it is mandatory to perform the occupation for which you were nominated.

407 – visa with nominations

If you are in Australia for a nominated activity, you must perform the nominated activity.

If you are in Australia for a job, you must:

work in the nominated job

only work in your nominated field

only work for your employer

If you stop working for the sponsor, your sponsor must tell us. You will have 28 days to:

find a new sponsor

apply for another visa

leave Australia

If you want to change an employer, your prospective employer must apply and get approval to be a sponsor.

If you hold a subclass 407 visa, your sponsor must have an approved nomination for you.

If you hold a subclass 401 or 420 visa, apply for a Temporary Activity visa (subclass 408).

400, 403, 408, 407 – visas with no nomination

You must only undertake the activities which your visa was granted for. If you stop working for your employer or cease the activity for which your visa was granted you may have to leave Australia or apply for a new visa appropriate to your circumstances.

8301 – Meet any outstanding public interest criteria

You must satisfy outstanding public interest criteria after you enter Australia and before the visa ceases.

8303 – Not be disruptive

You must not become involved in activities disruptive to, or violence threatening harm to, the Australian community or a group within the Australian community.

For example, engaging or promoting extremist views and interrupting the operation of the Australian community.

8501 – Maintain adequate health insurance

You must have and maintain adequate health insurance for the whole of your stay in Australia.

8502 – Not arrive before person specified in visa

You must not enter Australia before the person specified in the visa has entered Australia. This is usually the main visa holder or other relevant person such as your sponsor in the case of a Partner visa.

8503 – No further stay

While you are in Australia, you are unable to make a valid visa application for any new substantive visa other than a protection visa.

You can ask us to waive the condition if there is a major change in your circumstances.

8516 – Continue to satisfy the criteria for the grant of the visa

You must continue to satisfy the criteria for the grant of the visa.

8522 – Must leave Australia with or before the primary visa holder

You must leave Australia with or before the member of your family unit who satisfied the primary criteria for grant of the visa.

8525 – Must leave Australia on the date specified

You must leave Australia:

on the date or within the period specified in your visa grant letter

by the transport specified in your grant letter

8526 – Let us know where you are living in Australia

You must notify the Department in writing of your place of residence in Australia, 7 days before the visa ceases. You must post the notification to the Central Office of Immigration in the Australian Capital Territory.