One more important update for all potential skilled migrants! Another highly competitive state for skilled migration – Victoria – has announced the requirements for state nomination candidates under visas SC 190/491.
Let me remind you, the allocation nomination in VIC is 2,700 places for visa 190, and 600 places for visa 491.
For visa 190 candidates:
For candidates on visa 491:
For candidates applying for visa 190:
For candidates applying for visa 491:
ROI selection criteria for state nomination:
The income level is one of many factors used in the ROI selection process. There is no minimum earnings required to be eligible for Victorian visa nomination. However, candidates should only claim earnings from skilled work (ANZSCO skill level 1, 2, and 3) before tax, excluding employer pension contributions.
Certain occupations in the following industry sectors will also be prioritised:
The migration office of Victoria, like all other states, has its specific requirements for document preparation and submission. These are multi-stage applications that must be as complete as possible and include all documents in support of the state’s requirements. The state also warns about the possibility of requesting additional documents, whichs should be provided within two weeks.
If you are submitting your documents independently, please pay attention to all the details and nuances to ensure your application meets the numerous requirements!
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