Further to our recent article regarding the 2022-23 Migration Program settings, we have further information for Tasmania, South Australia, New South Wales, and Victoria regional programs:
The Tasmanian Skilled Migration State Nomination Program is now open on an interim basis to Gold and Green pass candidates. All candidates who qualify will need to seek an invitation from Migration Tasmania before they can apply for nomination.
Candidates who meet the minimum requirements for one of the nominations pathways AND have at least one gold or green priority attribute can now register their interest in nomination.
Detailed interim application steps have been published on the Migration Tasmania website.
Skilled Migration FAQs – a list of questions and answers regarding the 2022-23 Tasmanian Skilled Migration State Nomination Program are now available on the Migration Tasmania website.
South Australia’s Business Innovation and Investment Program (BIIP) is now open for the 2022-23 program year.
There will be four visa streams available for nomination under the Business Innovation and Investment visa (subclass 188):
- Business Innovation Stream (188A)
- Investor Stream (188B)
- Significant Investor Stream (188C)
- Entrepreneur Stream (188E)
A limited interim allocation of 70 nomination places only has been received by South Australia and applicants for the Business Innovation Stream (188A) will be required to submit an Intention to Apply (ITA) for consideration.
All information and requirements for South Australian nomination is available on the business migrants section of the SA website.
New South Wales
NSW Skills lists for 2022-23 have been released. There are new minimum point scores and skilled work experience requirements in the 2022-23 financial year.
To be eligible for NSW nomination applicants must meet the minimum point score AND minimum years of work experience in the occupation’s ANZSCO unit group.
Answers to common questions are also available on the NSW Government website.
Victoria’s 2022-23 BIIP program is open. The program provides four visa pathways:
- Business Innovation stream (subclass 188A) (Provisional) visa
- Investor stream (subclass 188B) (Provisional) visa
- Significant Investor stream (subclass 188C) (Provisional) visa
- Entrepreneur stream (subclass 188E) (Provisional) visa.
An Expression of Interest (EOI) through the Commonwealth’s Department of Home Affairs SkillSelect system will be required before you can apply for Victorian visa nomination.
Further information is available on the Live in Melbourne website.
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