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STEP 1: SKILLED OCCUPATION LIST

STEP 1: SKILLED OCCUPATION LIST

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Thank you for your question. If your occupation is on the Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List (PMSOL), then this means that your application will receive priority processing. Your next step would be to progress through the ‘STEPS’ (next being ‘STEP 2’) as outlined in the Member’s Area.

Am a practicing medical social worker with the federal government owned Teaching and Specialist hospital in Nigeria, Africa. Am interested in coming over to Australia to continue social work practice. Pls how do I achieve this?

Thank you for your question. ‘Social Worker’ currently remains on the Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List (PMSOL), and thus this occupation continues to receive priority processing. Your next step is to progress to ‘STEP 2’ as outlined in the Member’s Area. After completing ‘Step 2’, ‘Step 3’ then provides valuable information for ‘Social Workers’. Once you have read through and understand ‘Step 3 – Social Worker’s Pathway to Australia’, you can then proceed to ‘Step 4’ being your application.

Thank you for your question. Please view ‘Step 1’ in the Member’s Area for the Skilled Occupation List. In addition, you may view the updated ‘Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List’ which can be found in each Monthly Bulletin. This list continues to receive priority processing. Please also note, at the time of invitation, you must have at least competent English. For further information please refer to ‘Additional Resources’ in the Member’s Area > ‘English Language Requirement’.

Thank you for your question. To be eligible to apply for the Skilled Independent Visa (subclass 189) you must be aged under 45 when the Department invites you to apply for the visa.
You can still apply for the visa if you turn 45 after the Department invites you to apply.
Please note, if you turn 45 after you submit your EOI but before the Department invites you to apply, you will not be invited to apply.

Thank you for your question. The Australian National Skills Commission has developed a temporary ‘Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List (PMSOL)’. This list identifies 44 occupations that are highly in demand and that fill critical skills needed to support Australia’s economic recovery from COVID-19. All other skilled occupation lists will continue to remain active. For further information, please refer to ‘Step 1’ in the Member’s Area and also the updated ‘Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List’ which can be found in each Monthly Bulletin.

Hello,
1 – The steps to follow to obtain my permanent residence 189 visa?
2 – What documents do I need in order to get my permanent residence 189 visa?

Thank you for your question. If your occupation is on the Skilled Occupation List, then your next step would be to progress through the ‘STEPS’ with the next being ‘STEP 2’ as outlined in the Member’s Area. In regards to documents, you can find a summary version of the document checklist within the ‘Additional Resources’ under ‘Visa Checklist’ of the Member’s Area.

Thank you for your question. At the time of invitation, you must have at least competent English. To prove you have competent English, you must provide evidence that you are a citizen of and hold a valid passport issued by either the United Kingdom, USA, Canada, New Zealand or the Republic of Ireland. If you are not a citizen of one of these countries then you will have to obtain an English language test result.

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