Tasmania Interim Visa Allocation

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The Department of Home Affairs has announced the changes in allocations of the following visas:

(This is an interim allocation till the Federal Budget takes place in October)

  • Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa – Subclass 491

  • Skilled Nominated visa – Subclass 190

  • Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) visa – Subclass 188

  • Business Talent (Permanent) visa – Subclass 132

The allocations will be updated again in October after the 2020-2021 Federal Budget is decided. There are three priorities, mainly for those who can contribute to Australia’s economic recovery after the COVID-19 pandemic:

  1. High-quality applications for Business Innovation and Investment visa (subclass 188) and Business Talent visa (subclass 132)

  2. Applicants who are currently in Australia and can prove they can contribute to economic recovery 

  3. Applicants who have critical roles in supporting Tasmania’s response to the pandemic.


Applicants who can prove contribution to Economic Recovery

  • Employment in highly-skilled, hard to fill roles

  • High-value skills or experience not readily found in the local community

  • Long-term high-value financial contribution to the local economy leading to additional employment outcomes for locals

  • Involvement in Tasmanian business or enterprise that is significantly reliant on the applicant’s ongoing presence in Tasmania

  • A clear, plausible potential to live in Tasmania and contribute to the development of skills that are needed in Tasmania.



Critical Roles

  • assisting directly in Tasmanian Government’s activities to response to COVID-19

  • providing specialist or critical medical services and supplies to support the Tasmanian Health Service in the outbreak

  • high-level positions in the essential goods and services, agriculture, and infrastructure engineering and maintenance industry

  • highly skilled and specialized roles in other critical sectors such as large scale manufacturing, financial technology, emerging technology and film, and television production

until March 2020, already 923 Invitations have been issued for Western Australian State Government.

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