Tasmania Skilled Migration Program Update Date 15th Feb' 22.
Time to Hurry Up! Limited quota left.
Tasmania's nomination quota program for the year 2021-22 are as follows:
- Subclass 491- 2200 (total places)- 1274 (occupied places)
- Subclass 190- 1100 (total places)- 731 (occupied places)
Tasmania has received around 1000 new applications since December.
Less than 1300 places are left and approximately 1300 applications for nomination are finalised so far, there can be a significant rise in the available quota.
In order to manage, Tasmania ensures continuing the nomination of those candidates who can best contribute to the province needed business skills. Following are the top three priorities:
- Candidates have employment and skills in critical roles such as health, allied health, infrastructure and engineering.
- Candidates having employment and skills related to Tasmania Skilled Occupation List.
- Candidates possessing direct nominated skills assessment.
South Australia - Skilled Migration Program update for Offshore Applicants
Good news for Offshore Applicants: South Australia will now open Registration of Interest ( ROIs) to the applicants residing offshore in different 259 occupations on the State's Skilled Occupation List from 2 PM, ACST on Wednesday 16 Feb'22.
Check out South Australia's Skilled Occupation list here. The requirement for the state nomination and subclasses offered may vary depending on the occupation.
News from Migration Queensland Welcome to 2022 - Year of the Water Tiger!
Migration Queensland has been busy processing applications lately. Half of the skilled nomination allocation for FY21-22 has been finished by now. Skilled Program for Migration Queensland is still open, it is an excellent opportunity for individuals working onshore in Queensland to submit an Expression of Intrest (EOI), as they are open to entire legislative instruments for state nomination, including 504 occupations.Due to the high demand from onshore applicants and limited nomination, the deadline is extended to the Australian financial year 01 Jul' 22 for offshore applicants.
Western Australian State nomination allocations start from 1 February 2022
Western Australia has filled their quota of places for the State nomination program for the year 2021-22.
Migration Services has their process for State nomination ongoing, although any application that meets approval requirements will be kept on hold for the time. In case your application is approved, confirmation will be shared via email.On 4 Aug' 21, Premier Western Australia - Mark McGown has proposed to the Commonwealth Department of Home Affairs to add more than 5,000 places under the State nomination Program.