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State Nomination | Australian Immigration

State Nomination | Australian immigration

State Nomination | Australian Immigration:

If you want to apply for subclass 190 visa (sponsored permanent residency visa) or 489 visa (which is a sponsored temporary visa with a pathway to PR, if you meet certain requirements) in the skilled migration program, you will need to get nomination from a state.

For state sponsored visa, you will need to get a state sponsorship. Each state will sponsor different occupations at different times based on their requirements. Each state will also have their own specific requirements. Generally, getting a state sponsorship is not guaranteed.

Please go through the following links and find out which state is sponsoring the occupations in the CSOL:

State Nomination | Australian Immigration:

Popular FAQs

State and Territory Governments nominate intending migrants using Skill Select, however each state or territory government has their own process for identifying and selecting migrants.  We recommend that you contact the state or territory government you are seeking nomination from to discuss their requirements.  Links to each of the state and territory governments are below.

State Nomination | Australian Immigration: Australian Capital Territory
www.canberrayourfuture.com.au

State Nomination | Australian Immigration: New South Wales
www.industry.nsw.gov.au/migration

State Nomination | Australian Immigration: Northern Territory
www.migration.nt.gov.au/

State Nomination | Australian Immigration: Queensland
www.migration.qld.gov.au/

State Nomination | Australian Immigration: South Australia
www.migration.sa.gov.au/

State Nomination for Australian Immigration: Tasmania
www.migration.tas.gov.au/

State Nomination for Australian Immigration: Victoria
www.liveinvictoria.vic.gov.au/visas-and-immigrating/state-nomination

State Nomination for Australian Immigration: Western Australia
Skilled visas www.migration.wa.gov.au/services/skilled-migration-wa

As states change their occupation list on a regular basis, it is better for you to have these links so that you can visit them to find whether a particular state is sponsoring your occupation.

For further information on 489 visa: https://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Visa-1/489-

For further information on subclass 190 visa: https://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Visa-1/190-

 

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