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Compliance with laws associated with labour hire providers' obligations

Applicants must declare if the applicant or a related person has, in the last five years:

  • in relation to the Migration Act 1958 been:

    • convicted of an offence

The applicant must also report the number of visa workers they supply and declare if:

  • any applicants, executive officers or nominated officers hold a visa under the Migration Act 1958 (Cth)
  • they supply any workers on:
    • a working holiday visa (subclasses 417 or 462)
    • an employer nominated scheme (subclass 186)
    • a skilled independent visa (subclass 189)
    • a skilled nominated visa (subclass 190)
    • a skilled recognition graduate visa (subclass 476)
    • a skilled regional visas (subclass 489 and 887)
    • a temporary graduate visa (subclass 485)
    • a temporary work (International Relations) visa (subclass 403, includes discontinued subclass 416)
    • a temporary work (Skilled) visa (subclass 457)
    • a training visa (subclass 407)
    • a student visa (subclass 500)
  • they are a registered employer with the Australian Taxation Office for working holiday visas (subclasses 417 or 462)
  • they are an approved employer for the Seasonal Worker Program
  • any applicants, executive officers, or nominated officers, in the last five years, have been:
    • the subject of a complaint under the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 (Qld), the Sex Discrimination Act 1984 (Cth) or a corresponding law
    • convicted of an offence under the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 (Qld), the Sex Discrimination Act 1984 (Qld) or a corresponding law
  • the applicant is liable to make long service leave payments under the Building and Constructions Industry (Portable Long Service Leave Act 1991 (Qld) or the Contract Cleaning Industry (Portable Long Service Leave) Act 2005 (Qld)
  • the applicant or a related person has ever been convicted of an offence under the Transport Operations (Marine Safety) Act 1994 (Qld) and Transport Operations (Passenger Transport) Act 1994 (Qld)
  • the applicant or a related person has ever been convicted of or prosecuted for any offence in relation to the following accommodation laws:
  • the applicant has complied with, and is able to comply with other relevant laws.

Contraventions of laws associated to labour hire provider obligations do not automatically disqualify the applicant. The Chief Executive may ask for further information to assess if you are a suitable person to hold a licence.

Corresponding law

A corresponding law means a law of another state, territory or the Commonwealth that provides for the same matter as a relevant Act or a provision of a relevant Act.


Last updated 11 April 2018