New South Wales has introduced new requirement for its popular visa nomination for 190 and 491 subclasses. For migration program year 2022-23 candidates need minimum point scores on their EOI to be eligible for NSW state nomination. This is not the only requirement for NSW visa nomination eligibility, candidate must have minimum year of work experience in their nominated occupation. ‘To be eligible for NSW nomination you must meet the minimum point score AND minimum years of work experience in your occupation’s ANZSCO unit group,’ NSW government says.
Besides these two requirements there is one basic set of eligibility criteria such as meet all requirements for the visa subclass set by Department of Home Affairs, positive skill assessment, and NSW residency.
Second Nomination? No Chance
Many people have one genuine doubt, is there any chance to get NSW state nomination again? NSW Government has made it clear there is not any second chance to get nomination offer. Once a candidate gets NSW state nomination for subclass 190 or 491 that’s final. So, candidate must claim or supply information on their EOI that has documentary evidence to prove those claims were valid when submitted the EOI.
Don’t Move NSW to Meet Nomination Criteria
Recently, international students and visa seekers had trend to move interstate to be eligible for state nomination. NSW Government said it want to discourage people to move into NSW to meet eligibility criteria. “We strongly discourage people from doing anything (especially migrating to NSW) for the sole purpose of meeting NSW nomination criteria.” NSW government says in its statement.
The NSW government can change nomination criteria and eligibility requirements as well as the skill list without notice, stay updated.
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