A good example of this would be an applicant who is not in the 45 -50 year old bracket. It would have to be demonstrated that the position is vital to the running of the business or the employer would have to show that it isn’t possible to find an applicant who is younger than 45 and suitable qualified to handle the job responsibilities. In these circumstances it is probable that the application would be successful.
When an application is made it would be in the applicant’s best interests to meet all the requirements required by the Australian Government of Immigration and Citizenship even though there are some exceptions. An applicant regardless of their situation is strongly advised to find professional assistance from lawyers who specialize in immigration. Most are situated in Australia’s major cities such as Sydney or Melbourne.
All applicants for an Australian Subclass 121/856 ENS visa should at least take an initial consultation with specialist Australian immigration lawyers, to understand the strategies available to them and the strengths and weaknesses of their own specific circumstances. This will ensure that when the application is lodged it is given the strongest possible chances of success.