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Employer Nomination Scheme (subclass 186) Temporary Residence Transition Stream


Publish Date: 14/11/2023

Changes planned for TRT stream nomination requirements include:

allowing employers to nominate holders of all streams of TSS visas (including Short-term and Labour Agreement streams). removing the requirement for nominated occupations for the TRT stream to be assessed against a skilled migration occupation list. The nominated occupation will need to be listed in the Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO) and the nominated worker will need to continue to work in the occupation nominated for their TSS visa(s). reducing the period of time a TSS visa holder must hold their visa and work in their nominated position or occupation to be eligible to be nominated by their employer for the TRT stream to two out of the three years before nomination.

Changes to the TRT stream nomination requirements are intended to apply to new ENS and Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme nomination applications and applications that are yet to be finally determined as at 25 November 2023*.

Changes planned for TRT stream visa application requirements include:

updating age exemptions for regional medical practitioner applicants and high income earning applicants aged 45 years and over to allow for a two-year pathway. ending COVID-19 related age exemptions that will become redundant as a result of the two-year pathway.

These changes are the first step in providing more equitable access to PR for all TSS visa holders whilst the government continues work on reforms to the skilled visa programs following the development of the Outline of the Government's Migration Strategy and in response to the findings of the Review of the Migration System 2023.

The Department's website will be updated closer to implementation.

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