Major Changes from NSW for Skilled Migration Applicants

Previously published points scores and work experience guides for the Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190) and Skilled Work Regional visa (subclass 491) for Pathway 2 have been removed due to increased availability of the Skilled Independent visa (subclass 189) by the Department of Home Affairs.

This information was published on the official website and in all related Facebook groups after the massive third invitation round (for visa SC 189).

Friends, on the one hand, I am outraged by the state decision, which set too high requirements that local candidates were forced to consider other visas or even moving to another state with more loyal visa requirements.

On the other hand, guys, this is a real chance for all professionals to finally get the long-awaited invitation and NSW state nomination visa.

I would like to remind you that New South Wales does not have specific invitation rounds, there are no set dates, and rounds are not announced beforehand. Therefore, state nomination invitation can come to the candidate’s email at any time. What does it mean?

  1. you need to apply EOI to the state.
  2. you need to have relevant English test results and skills assessment.
  3. you need to prepare all documents for submission in advance.

Would you like to work with us to increase your chances to get a skilled visa?

Post-paid migration agent services are now available for applicants for any skilled visas SC 189/190/491.

You can ask me questions at any time.

Just email me at and describe your migration issues!

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