Victoria Skilled Nomination Program (190) - Immigration to Australia with an occupation on a Victoria Government Nomination Occupation List
What is the Victoria Skilled Nomination Program (190)?
Each region in Australia has different skills shortage needs to that of the country as a whole. As such, each state and territory has a skilled nomination program.
In this case, the Victoria Skilled Nomination Program (190) allows the state to make provision for skilled immigrants specifically needed in Victoria.
About the Victoria Nomination Program
- You are eligible for a Skilled Nomination visa (subclass 190) if your occupation appear on the Victoria Government Nomination Occupation Lists.
- The Skilled Nomination visa is a points-based visa and you must score at least 60 points.
- If your application is successful, you must stay and work in Victoria for two years.
- You must meet the minimum requirements as specified by the Victoria Skilled Nomination Program.
The application process
The application process has 5 steps:
The most populous part of Victoria is around the Port Phillip Bay area, which includes Melbourne, the state's largest city. Most of the inhabitants of Victoria are found around the area of Port Phillip Bay, which includes its largest city, Melbourne.
The state accounts for a quarter of the nation's gross domestic product, making Victoria the second largest economy in Australia after New South Wales. The largest income producing sectors are finance, insurance and property services, while the community, social and personal services sectors are the state's biggest employers.
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