TAS Sponsorship New Guidelines

 

From 1 July 2017:
 New Category for overseas applicants (489 visa only): A new Category for the
Skilled Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 489) has been introduced for
Tasmanian Government state nomination. Overseas (offshore) applicants will be
eligible to apply under this new Category.
 Changes to eligibility for ‘Category 3 – Family in Tasmania’: Applicants with
eligible family members residing in Tasmania will only be eligible for Skilled Regional
(Provisional) visa (subclass 489) nomination.

From 1 August 2017:
 Labour market testing for ‘Category 2 – Job Offer’ (489 visa only): For Skilled
Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 489) nomination, employer offering
employment for a position at ANZSCO skill level 4 or below will need to provide
evidence of genuine attempts to recruit workers from the domestic labour market.

From 1 October 2017:
 Three months prior employment requirement for ‘Category 2 – Job Offer’
(BOTH 190 and 489 visas): Onshore applicants with employment in Tasmania will
only be eligible for nomination if they have been working in Tasmania for 3 months
prior to lodging their application for state nomination.
[12:37 PM, 9/13/2017] +61 404 490 111: From 1 January 2018:
 Two year study requirement (190 visa only): Applicants will need to have
completed two years of study at a CRICOS-registered Tasmanian tertiary institution
instead of one year.
 Please refer to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP)
Australian study requirement as to what constitutes two years of study. If the
applicant is claiming regional study points with DIBP, they would meet the two year
study requirement.
 One year study requirement remains in place for provisional visa nomination
(489 visa).

TAS Sponsorship New Guidelines

https://www.migration.tas.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0008/151775/Fact_Sheet_-_Reforms_to_Tasmania_s_state_nomination_policy_-_6_July_2017_-_FINAL.pdf

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