IMMIGRATION UPDATE: SKILLED VISA NOMINATION PROGRAMS SET TO REOPEN AS STATES RECEIVE FINAL ALLOCATIONS FOR 2020-21
SKILLED VISA NOMINATION PROGRAMS   Dec 26 2020
The Department of Home Affairs has allotted the final distributions to provinces and terrains for the residue of the program year 2020-21, paving the way for the reviving of skilled visa nomination programs in early 2021.
Australian provinces and regions have been assigned the outstanding seats for Skilled Nominated Subclass 190 and the Skilled Regional Sponsored Subclass 491 visa classes in addition to the temporary shares they had received in October earlier this year.
In line with the temporary program, it originates as no amazement that the full program also replies to tests posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, with sturdy attention on applicants who can assist the state or regions recuperate from the financial setback brought by the ongoing disaster.
Australian provinces and regions obtain ultimate divisions for skilled visa nomination programs for 2020-21
Victoria to reopen its skilled program from 5 January 2021
NSW is of the few states that have received more places than its allocation in the previous year
Interim Immigration Minister Alan Trudge had former said that the skilled visa program is large ‘demand-driven’ and spaces are owed to influences as per their requirements.
“That’s characteristically a purpose of the request so the regions put in their proposals for it and we always encourage the states and regions to expression meticulously at that because it is a great way of receiving a broader dispersal of migration across Australia,” Mr Tudge told.