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3 special rules for a medical practitioner on a subclass 457 visa

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If you are a medical practitioner on a subclass 457 visa you are subject to special rules/ exemptions.

1. As a medical practitioner am I allowed to work for multiple employers on a subclass 457 visa?

– Yes. Medical practitioners may work for multiple employers (simultaneously or consecutively).

2. As a medical practitioner can I be engaged as an independent contractor?

– Yes. The sponsor (or an associated entity of the sponsor) can engage you as an independent contractor.

3. Do I need to obtain a new approved nomination each time I work for a different employer?

– No. As long as you are working in and continue to work in the occupation you were nominated for, you do not need to.

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