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July 19, 2022

Tasmania State Nomination Update – Sub class 491 and 190

Tasmania is awaiting confirmation from the Australian Government on the nomination allocation for the 2022-23 program year. Once the allocation is received the 2022-23 Tasmanian Skilled Migration State Nomination Program will open with some different requirements and processes. Key features of the new skilled migration program will include: For graduates in Tasmania (Living and working in Tasmania requirement may apply) No course or occupation restrictions or mandatory employment requirements. Tasmania remains one of the easiest and most generous states in Skilled Visa 491 and Visa 190 nominations with no mandatory work experience requirements.However, you may need to satisfy other factors like living and studying in Tasmania and especially positive skill assessment required for the Visa 491 and 190 application   Permanent pathway for PhD students. This is a very new pathway for PhD students in Tasmania. We have currently received a lot of PhD students who would like to get PR in Australia through Global Talent Visa program. This new stream opens up a new option for clients who are studying PhD in Tasmania.   For skilled employees
  • An expanded list of occupations and employment eligible for permanent subclass 190  visa nomination.
  • No occupation requirements for subclass 491.
  • Inclusion of part-time employment to meet work experience requirements.
  • Subcontractors with a related skills assessment included in skilled employment pathway.
  For business operators Extension of qualifying business operation time from 6 to 12 months for business operations that commenced after 15 April 2022. This may affect current Small business owner who seeks for state nomination. You may operate the business to reach 12 months required from the state. For applicants who already lodge a nomination application, this change may not be applied. Please wait for further announcement to be updated in this page. Introduction of a new personal business income requirement, set at a minimum 80% of TSMIT (i.e., $43 120).   For long-term residents
  • A new nomination pathway for candidates who have lived in Tasmania for an extended period and established themselves in employment or business.
  • Qualifying residence period of at least three years for permanent subclass 190 visa nomination, or two years for the provisional subclass 491 visa.
  • Business operators will be eligible for subclass 190 nomination if they have lived in Tasmania for two years, and run their eligible business successfully for two year
For overseas candidates
  • No occupation restrictions where a candidate has a job offer.
  • More invitations to apply for nomination from Skillselect where candidates have skills needed by Tasmanian businesses.
  • New industry skills-needs profiles to help potential candidates tailor their Skillselect EOI to increase chances of invitation.
For all candidates
  • Simplified eligibility requirements.
  • Invitation only – candidates will be able to register interest in Tasmanian nomination in the Migration Tasmania Gateway if they meet the minimum eligibility requirements, and the most competitive will be able to apply for nomination.
  • More clearly defined exclusions and exceptions regarding employment and business roles and location of dependants.
  • Clear sets of published priority attributes, describing the additional characteristics needed to be competitive. Only those candidates that meet the competitive threshold will be invited to apply for nomination. These attributes will include:
    • duration and industry of employment
    • employment in skilled roles which are critical to the Tasmanian economy
    • connections between employment, skills assessment and study
    • rate of salary compared with the Australia average and median
    • nature, level and duration of Tasmanian study
    • completion of work placements related to study
    • graduate employment offers
    • duration and success of business operation
    • level of business investment, turnover and local employment
    • length of residence in Tasmania
    • English language ability
    • location, length of residence, employment and skills of dependants.
Once we hear more updates on Tasmania, Falcon Migration will update all.

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