Victoria’s state nomination program will remain temporarily closed while we await the Commonwealth Government’s allocation of state nomination places for 2020-21.
In the meantime, you will not be able to apply for the following state nomination visas:
- Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) (subclass 491) visa
- Skilled Nominated (subclass 190) visa
- Business Innovation stream (subclass 188A) (Provisional) visa
- Investor stream (subclass 188B) (Provisional) visa
- Significant Investor stream (subclass 188C) (Provisional) visa
- Entrepreneur stream (subclass 188E) (Provisional) visa
- Significant Business History (subclass 132A) (Permanent) visa
- Venture Capital Entrepreneur (subclass 132B) (Permanent) visa
What are your options
As of recent events, the entire state of Victoria could go into lockdown, leaving many uncertainties for migrants and current visa holders. To find out what your options might be during this unprecedented time, speak to one of our MARA registered migration consultants now! We will notify you when the 2020-21 Victorian state nomination program reopens after further advice from the Commonwealth Government.
You can still apply for an Expression of Interest (EOI) as it is a requirement for the Victorian visa nomination.
Here at Australia Migration Services, we can help process all your visa applications. Despite lockdown, our team of recruitment specialists have been working tirelessly and have even placed eager job seekers with employers that have sponsored them.