Final Nomination Allocation for 2022-2023

Update on the Skilled and Business Migration Program – Final Nomination Allocation for 2022-2023

The Australian Government regularly updates applicants on its yearly final nomination allocation for the previous years. In the same manner, The final nomination allocation levels for South Australia for the calendar year 2022-2023 have been updated by the Australian government’s department of home affairs.

 

Final Nomination Allocation for 2022-2023

In accordance with this update, the final allocation of nominations for South Australia is as follows:

 

General Skilled Migration Program (Subclass 491 and Subclass 190): 8k places

Business Innovation and Investment Program (Subclass 188): 70 places.

 

Visit the Department of Home Affairs’ 2022-2023 Nomination Allocations for further details on the final nomination allocation. For this, you can visit the Migration Program Planning Levels webpage.

 

Final Nomination Allocation for General Skilled Migration Program

All applicants for general skilled migration in all streams will continue to be nominated by the general skilled migration program for the final nomination allocation. This also applies to offshore applicants. In South Australia, there are numerous chances for qualified immigrants to receive state nominations.

 

Final Nomination Allocation for Business Innovation and Investment Program

In order to manage the limited final allocation of 70 nomination places, the following measures have been taken:

●      Business Innovation stream (188A)

The intention to apply (ITA) process will be open for the duration of the 2022–23 program year up to January 31, 2023, at which point it will close. Very few 188A applicants who submitted an ITA in March 2023 will be contacted to submit an application for state nomination as part of the 188A procedure.

●      Investor stream (188B)

The remaining program year will see this stream closed to new applicants.

●      Significant Investor stream (188C)

The remaining program year will see this stream closed to new applicants.

●      Entrepreneur stream (188E)

There are only a handful of spots available. Before being evaluated for the 188E stream, applicants must first get in touch with a Service Provider to learn more about their eligibility and options.

 

Nomination periods for subclass 888 state nominations and subclass 132 review nominations have not changed and will continue to be available until 26 June 2023.

 

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Anyone considering relocating to South Australia is strongly encouraged to listen to these educational podcasts before making the decision. Please visit our website’s News and Blogs section for the most recent announcements and updates.

 

The Skilled & Business Migration office will be closed for the Christmas period from 3 pm to 9 pm on Friday, December 23, 2022. The office will reopen on January 9, 2023, at 9 a.m.

The Migration hopes that everyone has a secure and joyous holiday season.

Final Words

This year, more than 500 professions are up for nomination for skilled migrants and intelligent graduates. This wasn’t the only admirable change to the South Australian General and Skilled Migration scheme, either. More particular, there are now 470 occupations for international workers, up significantly from the numbers in 2021–2022.

 

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you need assistance with the General and Skilled Migration program and Final Nomination Allocation for 2022-2023 in South Australia or if you have any additional questions or concerns concerning the South Australian state nomination. You can also book a consultation with our

 

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I’m Nasir Nawaz. I’m a registered migration consultant in Australia. I am based in Sydney. I’ve studied Master of Laws at the University of New South Wales. I’m providing immigration services for several years.

Consult with me for legal advice on Australian visas to permanently live, study, and work in Australia.