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Result SkillSelect Invitation-2nd Round result (11th August 2019)


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Total Invitation

Visa SubclassNumber
Skilled - Independent (subclass 189)100
Skilled - Regional Provisional (subclass 489)100

Point distribution among the invitees*

Invitation statistics (non-prorata)

Visa SubclassPoints scoreVisa date of effect
Skilled - Independent (subclass 189)8501/08/2019 9.41 pm
Skilled - Regional Provisional (subclass 489)8021/01/2019 12.10 pm

Invitation statistics for high demand occupations (pro-rata)

Due to large numbers of EOIs being received for the below occupations, DIBP decided to invite on a pro rata basis for these occupations over the 2018-19 program year. However, this process can be changed if the situation demands. SkillSelect first allocates available places to Skilled – Independent (subclass 189) visas and then remaining to Skilled – Regional (subclass 489) (Provisional – Family Sponsored) visas. If all places are taken up by subclass 189 visas then there will be no invitations issued for subclass 489 visas in these occupations.

Occupation IDDescriptionPoints scoreVisa date of effect
2211Accountants9020/07/2019 8.54 pm
2212Auditors, Company Secretaries and Corporate Treasurers8511/03/2019 7.14 pm
2334Electronics Engineer8515/07/2019 2.50 pm
2335Industrial, Mechanical and Production Engineers8531/07/2019 3.21 pm
2339Other Engineering Professionals907/08/2019 4.41 pm
2611ICT Business and System Analysts8530/07/2019 12.04 pm
2613Software and Applications Programmers8531/07/2019 7.57 pm
2631Computer Network Professionals8014/07/2019 8.37 pm
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