Some new updates have been released about the Tasmanian State Nomination Program 2022. Migration Tasmania is still processing applications submitted in 2021-22. As soon as the 2022-23 program year quota is received, nominations for successful applicants will be recorded in SkillSelect.
Applications received in the 2021-22 year will be evaluated according to the nomination criteria for the 2021-22 year. Tasmania offers you the opportunity to balance work and life. The city is a great place to live and work.
If Tasmania nominates you for a Skilled Visa, you’ll score 5 extra points on the points test by Home Affairs. Some new requirements and procedures have been introduced for Tasmanian State Nomination Program 2022.
Tasmanian State Nomination Program 2022 – Processes and Requirements!
Currently, Tasmania is waiting for confirmation from the Australian Government regarding the MIA nomination allocation for the 2022-23 program year. Once Tasmania receives the allocation, a new round of Tasmanian Skilled Migration State Nomination 2022 will open.
Most importantly, there’ll be some different processes and requirements. In the future, the requirements will change for:
- Business Operators
- Long-term Residents
- International Candidates
- Skilled Workers
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Currently, Tasmania awaits confirmation from the Australian Government regarding MIA nomination allocations for 2022-23. There will be new changes introduced to the requirements for graduates, offshore candidates, skilled workers and business operators. Changes will be made once Tasmania receives the allocation.
If you want to know more about the Tasmanian state nomination program 2022, you can book a consultation with us!
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