Skilled Nominated Visa (subclass 190) Eligibility

Skilled Nominated Visa (subclass 190) Eligibility

Criteria Victoria:

  • Must be committed to living in Victoria
  • Your Registration of Interest (ROI) was selected

* If you are living in Victoria and claiming annual earnings in your ROI:

  • you must support all your claims of earnings with documents.
  • you will be required to provide a current employment contract, your most recent four weeks of pay slips, an extract from your superannuation account showing the most recent contribution from your employer, and a position description that describes your role.
  • If you are an independent contractor, you will be required to provide tax invoices, any

relevant contracts or service agreements, your most recent notice of assessment and your most recent tax return.

  • Any earnings you are claiming must be from skilled employment in Victoria.
  • ROIS from applicants living in Australian states and territories other than Victoria will not be considered.

* When selecting ROIs, we consider the following factors according to the information you have provided in your EOI and ROI:

  • Age,
  • English language level,
  • Years of experience in your nominated occupation,
  • Education and occupation skill level,
  • Partner’s skill (if applicable),
  • Salary – onshore candidates only.

* Certain occupations in the following industry sectors will also be prioritised:

  • Health
  • Social services
  • Information Communication Technology (ICT)
  • Early childhood, primary, secondary, and special education teachers
  • Advanced manufacturing
  • Infrastructure
  • Renewable energy
  • Hospitality and tourism – for the 491 visa
  • Be under 45 years of age
  • Have competent English (English test must be valid for at least 12 weeks when submitting application)
  • Must have 65 points on Australian Government points test (including 5 points for state and territory nomination)
  • Must have a valid skills assessment in an occupation from the eligible skilled occupation list (skills assessment must be valid for at least 12 weeks when submitting application)

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