Updates from Tasmania

Due to high demand for subclass 190 nomination, Migration Tasmania is currently accepting only Registrations of Interest (ROIs) with a Gold Pass.

This restriction applies exclusively to subclass 190 and will remain in effect for the rest of the 2023-24 program year.

ROIs for subclass 190 nominations from all eligible candidates will be accepted again when the 2024-25 Tasmanian Skilled Migration State Nomination Program begins, which is expected in July 2024.

There are no current restrictions on submitting ROIs for the subclass 491 Skilled Work Regional visa nomination. If you wish to be considered for subclass 491 nomination, please complete and submit an ROI for that subclass via the Application Gateway. Be aware that accepting a subclass 491 nomination will disqualify you from future subclass 190 nominations.

Alternatively, you may choose to wait until the 2024-25 Tasmanian Skilled Migration State Nomination Program opens to submit an ROI for subclass 190 nomination.

You might also consider other visa pathways. Information is available from the Department of Home Affairs or a registered migration agent or legal practitioner.

For candidates who have already submitted ROIs:

Migration Tasmania plans to invite all current ROIs with a Green Pass to apply for nomination. However, with fewer than 100 subclass 190 nomination places remaining for the 2023-24 program, some invitations or nominations may be delayed until the 2024-25 program year begins.

Note that subclass 190 ROIs already submitted and assigned a Green Pass will remain valid until an invitation to apply for nomination is issued.

If you have already submitted an ROI for subclass 190 nomination and need to update it to claim additional priority attributes, please contact Migration Tasmania at skilled@migration.tas.gov.au.

Updates to subclass 491 ROIs can only be made by withdrawing the ROI and submitting a new one with the updated information. This will not negatively impact the time it takes to receive an invitation to apply for nomination.

Written by Ross Ahmadzai

29 May, 2024

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