Subclass 190 Skilled Nominated Visa Nomination Criteria:

Subclass 190 is points based and allows skilled workers (who are nominated by an Australian state or territory government) to live and work in Australia as a permanent resident.

With this visa, you can –
 Work and study anywhere in Australia
 Sponsor eligible relatives for permanent residence.
 If eligible, become an Australian citizen
 Access Medicare benefits

Each state has distinct criteria that must be fulfilled before acquiring the Subclass 190. There is a general Department of Home Affairs criteria which everyone has to fulfill apart from the state
specific criteria.

The Department of Home Affairs criteria includes:
 Have a points-test result of 65 or higher, inclusive of state nomination points.
 Have a positive skills assessment in your nominated occupation.
 Be under 45 years.
 Satisfy the minimum English language requirement of competent unless a higher level is
required by your assessing authority.

Each state nomination requirement is as follows -

NSW Nomination Requirement:
NSW uses a selection-based invitation process to ensure that NSW nominees are aligned with the skills needs of the state’s economy. NSW Nominations for this visa is exceptionally competitive.

To be considered for the NSW Nomination, you are required to meet the following criteria:
Visa Eligibility – You must meet all visa requirements outlined by Home Affairs for this visa.
Skill Assessment – you must obtain a valid skills assessment in an occupation on the eligible
skilled occupation list.
Residency – You must be residing in – In NSW and have continuously resided in NSW for a minimum period of six months, or offshore and have continuously resided offshore for a minimum period of six months.

Victoria Nomination Requirements:
To be eligible for Victoria’s Skilled Nominated (Subclass 190) visa nomination, you are required to:
 Living in Victoria and intend to live in Victoria.
 Have had your Registration of Interest (ROI) selected,
 Be under 45 years of age.
 Have at least competed English.
 Obtained a valid skills assessment, in an occupation provided on the eligible skilled
occupation list.
 Have achieved at least 65points.

Tasmania Nomination Requirements:
Skilled Migration Tasmania offer a range of pathways for skilled candidates to apply for state nomination. Each pathway has a clearly defined set of minimum requirements and attributes
required of a candidate.

Nomination Pathways
 Tasmanian Skilled Employment Pathway
 Tasmanian Skilled Graduate Pathway
 Tasmanian Established Resident Pathway
 Overseas Applicant (Health Sector Job Offer) Pathway

To be considered for the Tasmanian state nomination, you must be living and working in Tasmania in an occupation which is under Skill Level 1-3 for having a higher chance of getting invited. However, if you are a long-term resident of Tasmania i.e., if you are living for more than 2 years or you have completed a course which is at a level of Diploma or higher from Tasmania you will have a chance of getting invited under the Established Resident Pathway or Skilled Graduate Pathway.

Meeting the minimum nomination requirements published on this website does not guarantee that you will be offered Tasmanian nomination. The Australian Government sets a nomination quota for the state each year, which limits the number of candidates that can be nominated. Only the most competitive Registrations of Interest will be selected to be invited to apply for nomination.


Western Australia Nomination Requirements:
To be considered by subclass 190 visa Western Australia for State Nomination, you must first lodge an expression of interest (EOI) in the Department of Home Affairs SkillSelect database. WA Migration Services invites eligible EOIs on a monthly basis to apply for Western Australian State nomination based on a ranking system.

Features of the 2023—24 program
 no application fees.
 equal invitation ranking for Interstate and Overseas candidates.
 prioritised invitations for candidates with an occupation in a WA industry sector with critical
demand for skilled workers; and
 reduced employment requirements for candidates invited through a WA building and
construction industry sector occupation (as classified on the WA State nomination
Occupation lists)

If you would like to be considered for an invitation for State nomination, your occupation will need to be eligible under the following streams.
 General stream — A skilled migration pathway for a range of occupations and industry
categories. Eligible occupations are listed on the WA Skilled migration occupation list
(WASMOL) Schedule 1 or 2.
 Graduate stream — A skilled migration pathway for eligible international students who are
completing vocational education and training (VET) or higher education qualifications in WA.
Eligible occupations are listed on the Graduate occupation list (GOL).

South Australia Nomination Requirements:

To apply for Subclass 190, you must have meet South Australia’s Nomination Requirement. Such includes:
 Be under the age of 45 years.
 Have a valid skills assessment.
 Have an eligible skilled occupation.
 Have at least 65 points.
 Have at least Competent English.

Every occupation has a minimum work experience requirement in South Australia, and you could only be eligible for state nomination if you meet those requirements. If you are an international
graduate of South Australia, highly skilled and talented or are currently living and working in Outer Regional South Australia, you may be eligible for concessions and waivers.

If you have any questions, or require more information on each state’s nomination requirement, please contact IME Advisors and we’ll be happy to help! To further ensure a smooth immigration
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