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190 Skilled Nominated visa


Subclass 190 Skilled Nominated visa 

 This is a permanent visa. It lets you stay in Australia indefinitely. The visa has a travel component that expires 5 years after the date of visa grant. 

You become a permanent resident on the day we grant the visa.

For citizenship purposes, your permanent residency starts on the day:

  • we grant the visa, if you are in Australia 
  • you enter Australia on this visa, if you are outside Australia 

 

Eligibility 

1. Be invited to apply

You can only apply for this visa if we invite you to.  

 Submit an expression of interest (EOI) to let us know you would like to apply for the visa. 

 After you have submitted an EOI, you might be nominated for the visa by a state or territory government. We will only invite you to apply for this visa if you are nominated. 

2. Be nominated

You must have been nominated for this visa by an Australian state or territory government agency. 

 Submit a completed expression of interest (EOI) in SkillSelect. State and territory government agencies can see your completed EOI and might nominate you for the visa. 

 If you are nominated for the visa, we will invite you to apply. 

All state and territory government agencies have their own criteria for deciding who they will nominate. Contact the state or territory agency directly to find out more about their nomination process and what they want from you.  

If the state or territory agency that nominates you withdraws your nomination after you have applied, your application becomes invalid. 

3. Have a relevant skills assessment

For your application to be valid, you must declare that you have a suitable skills assessment at the time of invitation. 

You will need to provide a copy of this skills assessment with your application. 

For medical and legal practitioners, we also accept the following as proof of a skills assessment: 

  • full or unconditional or general medical registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency 
  • conditional specialist registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency. This only allows you to practise in your speciality. You need no further training or supervision 
  • admission to practice law in the relevant state or territory 

Your skills assessment must have been obtained in the 3 years before the date of your invitation. If the assessment was for a shorter period, that period must not have passed. 

 If your skills were assessed on the basis of a qualification you got in Australia when you held a student visa, the qualification must be from studying a course registered on CRICOS.   

4. Be this age

You must be aged under 45 when we invite you to apply for the visa. 

 You can still apply for the visa if you turn 45 after we invite you to apply. 

If you turn 45 after you submit your EOI but before we invite you to apply, you will not be invited to apply. 

5. Be able to score 65 points or more 

 The subclass 190 is a points-tested visa. 

 When you submit your EOI in SkillSelect you will be given an indicative points score based on the claims you have made. If you do not obtain a score of 65 points you will not be invited to apply for this visa. 

 If we do invite you to apply for the visa, your invitation will state the number of points that you must score when we assess your application for grant of the visa (this score may be higher than 65 points, depending on your claims in the EOI).   

 When you lodge your application you must provide evidence supporting your claims.  

 To check how points can be awarded refer to the points calculator. 

6. Have this level of English language

At the time of invitation, you must have at leastcompetent English. 

7.Meet the skills requirement 

Your occupation must be on the relevant list of eligibleskilled occupations for the 190 Skilled Nominated visa  

8.Meet our health requirement 

You and any family who apply for the visa with you must meet our health requirement. 

If requested, family members not accompanying you to Australia might also need to meet our health requirement. 

9.Meet our character requirement 

You and family members aged 16 years and over who apply for the visa with you must meet our character requirement. 

Family members not accompanying you to Australia must also meet the character requirement. 

10.Have paid back your debt to the Australian government 

If you or any family members (including those who do not apply for the visa with you) owe the Australian Government money, you or they must have paid it back or arranged to pay it back. 

 

Application Cost 

The visa costs AUD4,045 for the main applicant. 

There is also a charge for each family member who applies for the visa with you. 

 To work out what your visa will cost use the Visa Pricing Estimator. 

You might have to pay an extra charge for any applicant 18 years old or older who has less than functional English. This charge is called the second instalment. Pay it only when we ask you to. We ask for the charge only if we are going to grant the visa. 

 The second instalment charge for family members is AUD4,885. 

 The Visa Pricing Estimator does not include the second instalment or other costs.You might also have to pay other costs for health checks, police certificates and biometrics. 

 

 

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