Update for Small Business Owners in Regional Queensland
Migration Queensland – Update for Small Business Owners in Regional Queensland
New: Now available for profitable start-ups which have been operating for 2 years with a minimum of $200,000 turnover in the 12 months directly prior to application.
You must live and work within one of the following post codes to be eligible for this visa:
4019, 4022, 4025, 4037, 4074, 4076, 4078, 4124, 4125, 4133, 4183, 4184, 4207, 4275, 4280, 4287, 4300, 4301, 4303, 4498, 4500, 4512, 4514, 4519, 4521, 4550 ,4575, 4580, 4895.
Note: The above postcodes are applicable to those who have been nominated and applied for their 491 visa from 5 March 2022. Further details can be found in LIN 22/022.
If you were nominated or applied for the 491 visa prior to 5 March 2022, the applicable Queensland postcodes can be found in LIN 20/292.
If you were granted a 491 visa prior to 19 November 2019, the Gold Coast is not an eligible region.
To find other visa options that suit your circumstances, use the Department of Home Affairs Visa Finder.
Latest News Update by VETASSESS
Update for applicants affected by floods/ Notice for applicants from Ukraine
Latest News Update by VETASSESS as follows:
Update for applicants affected by floods
We understand that applicants in parts of eastern Australia may be affected by flooding. If you need an extension of time to submit your documents, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Notice for applicants from Ukraine
If you are applying for a skills assessment from Ukraine, we can give you extra time to submit your documents. You can also contact us to discuss how you can provide evidence of your education and employment experience. Please contact us at email@example.com
RDA Far West Update
Skilled Occupations as at March 2022 Published!
RDA Far West Skilled Occupations as at March 2022 Published
Western Australia State Nomination Program Update
WA has met their current quota of places for the State nomination program for 2021-22.
Latest News Update by Western Australia as follows:
State nomination migration program – 11 March 2022
Western Australia has met their current quota of places for the State nomination program for 2021-22.
On 4 August 2021, Premier Mark McGowan wrote to the Commonwealth Department of Home Affairs requesting an additional 5,000 places under the State nomination program.
The February invitation round is temporarily suspended pending an additional nomination allocation being received from the Commonwealth Department of Home Affairs.
Further information will be provided should additional places become available.