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NSW NSW Visa 190 Criteria Changes!!! Won't accept EOIs from other states

gelato

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*** NSW Skilled Nominated State Sponsorship Visa 190 Criteria Changes ***

https://www.business.nsw.gov.au/liv...migration/Skilled-Nominated-visa-subclass-190

Program Update
Candidate's location
Due to the increased popularity of NSW as a skilled migration destination, NSW will no longer invite candidates who reside in another Australian state or territory to apply for NSW nomination for the Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190).

If your occupation has the additional requirement, you must:

  • be residing in NSW for at least the last six months, and;
  • have been employed in NSW for at least one year, in your nominated occupation.
If your occupation does not have the additional requirement, you must either:

  • be residing in NSW, or offshore for at least the last six months, or;
  • be residing and employed in NSW or offshore for at least the last one month.
This information will be carefully checked if you are invited and submit an application for NSW nomination.

NSW may vary this approach depending on the size and composition of the pool of candidates who have lodged and Expression of Interest (EOI) in SkillSelect.

Invitation Rounds
NSW undertakes ‘invitation rounds’ where selected applicants are invited to apply for NSW nomination.

There are no set dates on when an invitation round will occur, and we are unable to answer enquiries regarding this.

NSW strongly advises that due to the highly competitive and limited nature of the NSW nomination program, that an applicant should consider all other visa pathways that may be available to them.

About the NSW nomination program
NSW participates in the Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190) program in order to attract highly skilled people in a range of occupations to contribute to NSW skills needs. NSW position as an appealing destination for skilled migrants is confirmed beyond doubt by the significant demand shown for NSW nomination for the

Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190).

In recognition of ongoing high demand and to ensure that places allocated under the program are aligned to the skills needs of the state's economy, NSW has a selection-based invitation process for the 190 program. Under this process, NSW selects and invites the most suitable candidates from SkillSelect to apply for NSW nomination.

Our selection and invitation process ensures that places allocated under the NSW program are aligned to the skills needs of NSW.

For an overview of the 190 application process download our how to apply fact sheetor refer to our frequently asked questions.

About the 190 visa
The Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190) is a permanent visa for eligible highly skilled workers to help meet skill needs in the state of NSW.

Under the 190 program:

  • The New South Wales Government can nominate highly skilled workers with an occupation on the NSW 190 Priority Skilled Occupation List (NSW 190 List).
  • The 190 visa is a points-tested visa. Candidates who receive a NSW nomination are awarded five additional points towards their overall points score.
  • Candidates nominated by NSW need to agree to live and work in NSW for at least their first two years in Australia while holding this visa.
The visa criteria and visa application process is administered by the Department of Home Affairs.

Candidates who are invited to apply for NSW nomination need to demonstrate that they meet both NSW's and Commonwealth's visa eligibility requirements.

If you are interested in NSW nomination for the 190 visa read the about the eligibility criteria, selection process, invitation process and after you have been invited. You can also refer to our frequently asked questions.

Key steps for candidates
The key steps involved for NSW nomination for a 190 visa are detailed in our how to apply fact sheet or you can review the steps below:

  1. Submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) in SkillSelect
    Ensure that you meet 190 visa criteria
    Record your details in an EOI in SkillSelect
    Indicate interest for NSW nomination for a 190 visa
    You do not need to contact NSW after submitting your EOI
  2. Regularly check your emails to see if you have been invited by NSW.
    There is no set timeframe to expect an invitation after submitting an EOI. Invitations are not guaranteed.
  3. If selected, you will receive an invitation to apply for NSW nomination by email
  4. Recheck your eligibility
    If you apply, you must be able to demonstrate that you meet the claims that were in your EOI when you were invited
    Read Are you eligible
  5. Submit an application for NSW nomination and wait for the outcome
    Candidates must submit an online application within 14 days of receiving the invitation to apply
    NSW nomination applications usually take 12 weeks to process. Please note, application fees are not refundable.
  6. If nominated, you will receive a SkillSelect invitation to apply for the 190 visa
  7. Apply for the 190 visa to the Department of Home Affairs
    Submit a visa application within 60 days of being nominated by NSW
  8. The Department of Home Affairs will advise you of the decision on your visa application
  9. If your visa is granted, commence your two year commitment to live and work in the state

Letters of release
NSW Business & Skilled Migration does not offer Letters of Release. NSW nominates candidates under the Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190) because their occupational skills are needed in the state. NSW nominees applicants are expected to live and work in NSW.
 

Prashu

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*** NSW Skilled Nominated State Sponsorship Visa 190 Criteria Changes ***

https://www.business.nsw.gov.au/liv...migration/Skilled-Nominated-visa-subclass-190

Program Update
Candidate's location
Due to the increased popularity of NSW as a skilled migration destination, NSW will no longer invite candidates who reside in another Australian state or territory to apply for NSW nomination for the Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190).

If your occupation has the additional requirement, you must:

  • be residing in NSW for at least the last six months, and;
  • have been employed in NSW for at least one year, in your nominated occupation.
If your occupation does not have the additional requirement, you must either:

  • be residing in NSW, or offshore for at least the last six months, or;
  • be residing and employed in NSW or offshore for at least the last one month.
This information will be carefully checked if you are invited and submit an application for NSW nomination.

NSW may vary this approach depending on the size and composition of the pool of candidates who have lodged and Expression of Interest (EOI) in SkillSelect.

Invitation Rounds
NSW undertakes ‘invitation rounds’ where selected applicants are invited to apply for NSW nomination.

There are no set dates on when an invitation round will occur, and we are unable to answer enquiries regarding this.

NSW strongly advises that due to the highly competitive and limited nature of the NSW nomination program, that an applicant should consider all other visa pathways that may be available to them.

About the NSW nomination program
NSW participates in the Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190) program in order to attract highly skilled people in a range of occupations to contribute to NSW skills needs. NSW position as an appealing destination for skilled migrants is confirmed beyond doubt by the significant demand shown for NSW nomination for the

Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190).

In recognition of ongoing high demand and to ensure that places allocated under the program are aligned to the skills needs of the state's economy, NSW has a selection-based invitation process for the 190 program. Under this process, NSW selects and invites the most suitable candidates from SkillSelect to apply for NSW nomination.

Our selection and invitation process ensures that places allocated under the NSW program are aligned to the skills needs of NSW.

For an overview of the 190 application process download our how to apply fact sheetor refer to our frequently asked questions.

About the 190 visa
The Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190) is a permanent visa for eligible highly skilled workers to help meet skill needs in the state of NSW.

Under the 190 program:

  • The New South Wales Government can nominate highly skilled workers with an occupation on the NSW 190 Priority Skilled Occupation List (NSW 190 List).
  • The 190 visa is a points-tested visa. Candidates who receive a NSW nomination are awarded five additional points towards their overall points score.
  • Candidates nominated by NSW need to agree to live and work in NSW for at least their first two years in Australia while holding this visa.
The visa criteria and visa application process is administered by the Department of Home Affairs.

Candidates who are invited to apply for NSW nomination need to demonstrate that they meet both NSW's and Commonwealth's visa eligibility requirements.

If you are interested in NSW nomination for the 190 visa read the about the eligibility criteria, selection process, invitation process and after you have been invited. You can also refer to our frequently asked questions.

Key steps for candidates
The key steps involved for NSW nomination for a 190 visa are detailed in our how to apply fact sheet or you can review the steps below:

  1. Submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) in SkillSelect
    Ensure that you meet 190 visa criteria
    Record your details in an EOI in SkillSelect
    Indicate interest for NSW nomination for a 190 visa
    You do not need to contact NSW after submitting your EOI
  2. Regularly check your emails to see if you have been invited by NSW.
    There is no set timeframe to expect an invitation after submitting an EOI. Invitations are not guaranteed.
  3. If selected, you will receive an invitation to apply for NSW nomination by email
  4. Recheck your eligibility
    If you apply, you must be able to demonstrate that you meet the claims that were in your EOI when you were invited
    Read Are you eligible
  5. Submit an application for NSW nomination and wait for the outcome
    Candidates must submit an online application within 14 days of receiving the invitation to apply
    NSW nomination applications usually take 12 weeks to process. Please note, application fees are not refundable.
  6. If nominated, you will receive a SkillSelect invitation to apply for the 190 visa
  7. Apply for the 190 visa to the Department of Home Affairs
    Submit a visa application within 60 days of being nominated by NSW
  8. The Department of Home Affairs will advise you of the decision on your visa application
  9. If your visa is granted, commence your two year commitment to live and work in the state

Letters of release
NSW Business & Skilled Migration does not offer Letters of Release. NSW nominates candidates under the Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190) because their occupational skills are needed in the state. NSW nominees applicants are expected to live and work in NSW.
I have Submitted EOI for 190 NSW state ICT Support Engineer on 3 April 2020
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I have no additional requirement than staying in state for alreast 6 months and I am living in NSW since September 2019.
I also have 1 year experience in same field worked in Melbourne.
I want to know the 6 months is at the time of EOI Application or at the time of invite ?
Am I eligible?
 

MysticRiver

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Seems like, NSW will consider your EOI for nomination only after you stayed in the state for at least six months.
 
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