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25 August 2023

State wise visa allocation for 2023-24 is in place now. The allocations for subclass 190 and subclass 491 is approximately one third of that of the ones in previous year. This is a  drastic drop down, this is possibly due to the applications on hand with department to clear out the backlogs. However, alike last year, the department might revise and increase allocations. 
But, we would recommend to apply for visa as soon as possible as the priority could be given to the ones who applied early and which will possibly mean grants faster.

Few states already are open and accepting applications from different states as well as from overseas.

We'd recommend you to book a PR pathway Zoom consultation with our Australian Registered Migration Agent (MARN1572961) via this link:

State Wise Visa Allocation 23-24

This is a comparison of state wise subclass 190 and subclass 491 allocations, which has huge implications. This indicates whether you need to consider regional migration or not, how many possible applicants could be there and what could be the cut-off points. This being stated, there are also states for which you don't have to stay in regional area to apply for subclass 491. Also, states like Western Australia allows eligible applicants to apply from any Australia states as well as from overseas. 

We'd strongly recommend you to explore your options and talk to our registered migration agent via this link:

12 May 2023

Earlier this week, on the Federal Budget 2023-24, the 2023-24 permanent Migration Program ceiling has been proposed with 72% of the total allocation is allocated for the Skilled stream. Find the allocation detail below. This budget is forecasting a temporary migration boom reflecting a “one-off” catch up after the Covid-19 pandemic.

Immigration Minister Andrew Giles said earlier that the government will commit $36.1 million to clear visa backlogs.

Major Highlights

  • Allocating 72 % of places in the 2023‑24 permanent Migration Program to skilled migrants, bringing long‑term fiscal and economic benefits and addressing persistent skill shortages

  • Providing an extra 2 years of post‑study work rights to Temporary Graduate visa holders with select degrees, to improve the pipeline of skilled labour in key sectors

  • Increasing the Temporary Skilled Migration Income Threshold to $70,000 to ensure skilled migration settings are better targeted

  • International students will be allowed to work 48 hours per fortnight starting from July.

  • Exempting international students working in the aged care sector from the capped fortnightly work hour limit until 31 December 2023.

  • Providing additional training places for Pacific Australia Labour Mobility scheme workers in priority sectors for the Pacific and Timor‑Leste and where there are job shortages in Australia.

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Subclass 189 Invitation round

Another massive invitation round with invitations issued under subclass 189 this morning! Our clients received invitations starting from only 65 points. Multiple different occupations received invitations from broad range of industries including, Trade, Teaching, Health, ICT, Engineering and many others. Find below occupation wise Permanent residency invitations and lowest cut-off points.


Early childhood Sector

The Government has committed $72.4 million over 5 years to support the skills and training of workers in the early childhood education and care sector. You may consider getting into this sector with a 1 Year Graduate Diploma of Early Childhood course. 
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