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Tasmanian Skilled Migration Update 6 December 2022


Application Gateway launching 12 December 2022


The new Migration Tasmania Application Gateway, which will become the central portal for applying for Tasmanian skilled visa nomination, will be launched in the afternoon of 12 December 2022.


We are now in the process of transferring to the new system and making sure it is all working correctly. Unfortunately, this means the system can't accept any more nomination applications until the new gateway is live on 12 December 2022.


If you have not yet received an invitation to apply for nomination, you will need to register in the Gateway when it goes live.


Registrations received in the Gateway from 12 December 2022 will be held for six months, and the highest ranking candidates according to the priority attributes claimed will be invited to apply for nomination


What does this mean for your interim ROI?


If you have already submitted an interim ROI and have been invited to apply:


There will be no impact on you. You can continue to lodge your application for nomination up until Friday 9 December 2022.


If you have submitted an interim ROI but have not yet received an invitation to apply for nomination:


If you are still interested in being nominated by Tasmania for a skilled visa you will need to record a new ROI in the Application Gateway after it is launched on 12 December 2022. ROIs submitted through the Application Gateway will be held for up to six months.


If you have not submitted an interim ROI:


We are not currently accepting new ROIs until 12 December 2022. You will be able to submit an ROI in the Application Gateway after it is launched on 12 December 2022.


The final nomination allocation received


Tasmania has now received its final allocation of skilled visa nomination places for the 2022-23 program year. This includes an additional allocation of 900 subclass 491 Skilled Work Regional places.


Tasmania’s final allocation comprises of:


Skilled Nominated (subclass 190) visa: 2000 places


Skilled Work Regional (subclass 491) visa: 2250 places


Nomination allocation and usage (as of 6 December 2022)


Skilled Nominated (subclass 190) visa:


Nominations – 784 of 2000 places used


Unfinalised nomination applications – 184


Invitations issued but not yet accepted – 12


The oldest application yet to be processed – lodged 13/10/2022


Skilled Work Regional (subclass 491) visa:


Nominations – 480 of 2250 places used


Unfinalised nomination applications – 103


Invitations issued but not yet accepted – 8


The oldest application yet to be processed – lodged 3/10/2022


Source: Tasmanian Government





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