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    ACT Publish Latest Invitation Round Data – Given Priority to Overseas Applicants

    Jun 01,2023

    Canberra Issued the Latest ACT Invitation Round

    As per the latest update, the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) recently published the Canberra Matrix – Invitation Round details. The draw was held on 25 May 2023. The latest round has given priority to overseas applicants. The speciality of the draw is the number of invitations issued for overseas candidates and critical skill occupations under subclass 190 and 491. In addition, small business owners, subclass 457/482 visa holders, are included in the draw as well.

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    Canberra Matrix Invitation Round

    CANBERRA RESIDENTS
    Category 190 Nominations 190 Minimum Matrix Score 491 Nominations 491 Nominations
    Matrix nominating Small Business Owners 13 invitations 65 4 Invitations 55

     

    CANBERRA RESIDENTS
    Category 190 Nominations 491 Nominations
    Matrix nominating 457 / 482 visa holders 0 invitation 2 invitation

     

    CANBERRA RESIDENTS
    Category 190 Nominations 491 Nominations
    Matrix-nominating Critical Skill Occupations 213 invitations 201 invitations

     

    OVERSEAS APPLICANTS
    Category 190 Nominations 491 Nominations
    Matrix-nominating Critical Skill Occupations 233 invitations 508 invitations

    2022-2023 Allocation of ACT Nomination Place:

    Interim allocation for the 2022-2023 program year.

    Application Count @ 25 May 2023,

    • 190 Nominations: 1,654 approvals
    • 491 Nominations: 1,704 approvals

    Total approvals: 3,358 approvals

    • 190 Nominations: 186 refusals (10%)
    • 491 Nominations: 431 refusals (20%)

    Total refusals: 559 applications

    Remaining Allocation 2022-2023

    Total allocation remaining: 692 nomination places (609 per month)

    • 190 Nominations: 371 (pro rata 327 per month)
    • 491 Nominations: 321 (pro rata 282 per month)
    ACT INVITATION ROUND 25 May 2023 (Minimum Matrix score ranked)
    ANZSCO
    Unit group
    Unit Group Title Canberra Resident
    491
    Canberra Resident
    190
    Overseas Applicant
    491
    Overseas Applicant
    190
    1311 Advertising, Public Relations and Sales Managers 50 65 50 65
    1321 Corporate Services Managers 50 65 50 65
    1322 Finance Managers 90 (27/1/2023) 100 (25/1/2023) 60 75
    1323 Human Resource Managers 50 65 50 65
    1324 Policy and Planning Managers 50 50
    1325 Research and Development
    Managers
    50 65 50 65
    1331 Construction Managers 50 65 50 65
    1332 Engineering Managers 50 65 50 65
    1335 Production Managers 50 65 50 65
    1336 Supply, Distribution and Procurement  Managers 50 65 50 65
    1341 Child Care Centre Managers 45 60 45 60
    1342 Health and Welfare Services
    Managers
    45 60 45 60
    1343 School Principals 55 70 55 70
    1344 Other Education Managers 50 65 50 65
    1351 ICT Managers 75 (6/4/2023) 85 (15/5/2023
    3:05PM)
    55 70
    1399 Other Specialist Managers 50 65 50 65
    1411 Cafe and Restaurant Managers 55 75 60 70
    1413 Hotel and Motel Managers 60 70 60 70
    1419 Other Accommodation and Hospitality Managers 60 70 60 70
    1492 Call or Contact Centre and Customer Service Managers 60 70 60 70
    1493 Conference and Event
    Organisers
    50 65 50 65
    1499 Other Hospitality, Retail and Service Managers 65 75 65 75
    2124 Journalists and Other Writers 50 65 50 65
    2211 Accountants 95 (30/03/2023) 105 (20/03/2023) 60 70
    2212 Auditors, Company Secretaries and Corporate Treasurers 95 105 (18/5/2023) 60 70
    2223 Financial Investment Advisers and Managers 60 70 60 70
    2231 Human Resource Professionals 55 65 55 70
    2232 ICT Trainers 50 65 50 65
    2241 Actuaries, Mathematicians and Statisticians 50 65 50 65
    2242 Archivists, Curators and Records Managers 50 65 50 65
    2243 Economists 50 65 50 65
    2244 Intelligence and Policy Analysts 50 65 50 65
    2246 Librarians 50 65 50 65
    2247 Management  and Organisation Analysts 50 65 50 65
    2249 Other Information and Organisation Professionals 55 65 50(3/4/2023) 65
    2251 Advertising and Marketing Professionals 55 65 55 (11/3/2023) 65
    2252 ICT Sales Professionals 50 65 50 65
    2253 Public Relations Professionals 50 65 50 65
    2321 Architects and Landscape
    Architects
    50 65 50 65
    2322 Surveyors and Spatial Scientists 50 65 50 65
    2324 Graphic and Web Designers, and Illustrators 50 65 50 65
    2326 Urban and Regional Planners 50 65 50 65
    2331 Chemical and Materials
    Engineers
    50 65 50 65
    2332 Civil Engineering Professionals 75(11/4/2023) 85(23/2/2023) 60 70 (5/4/2023)
    2333 Electrical Engineers 60 70 60(7/2/2023) 70
    2334 Electronics Engineers 60 70 (30/4/2023) 55 70
    2335 Industrial, Mechanical and Production Engineers 60 (24/4/2023) 70 60(31/1/2023) 75
    2339 Other Engineering Professionals 65 (24/1/2023) 80 60(27/4/2023) 70
    2343 Environmental Scientists 50 65 50 65
    2345 Life Scientists 50 65 50 65
    2346 Medical Laboratory Scientists 50 65 50 65
    2347 Veterinarians 50 65 50 65
    2349 Other Natural and Physical Science Professionals 50 65 50 65
    2411 Early Childhood (Pre-primary School) Teachers 45 60 45 60
    2412 Primary School Teachers 50 60 50 60
    2413 Middle School Teachers\ Intermediate School Teachers 50 60 50 60
    2414 Secondary School Teachers 50 60 50 60
    2415 Special Education Teachers 50 65 50 65
    2421 University Lecturers and Tutors 50 65 50 65
    2422 Vocational Education Teachers \ Polytechnic Teachers 50 65 50 65
    2491 Education Advisers and
    Reviewers
    50 65 50 65
    2493 Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages 50 65 50 65
    2511 Nutrition Professionals 50 60 50 60
    2512 Medical Imaging Professionals 50 60 50 60
    2513 Occupational and Environmental Health Professionals 50 60 50 60
    2514 Optometrists and Orthoptists 50 60 50 60
    2515 Pharmacists 50 60 50 60
    2519 Other Health Diagnostic and Promotion Professionals 50 60 50 60
    2521 Chiropractors and Osteopaths 50 60 50 60
    2522 Complementary  Health
    Therapists
    50 60 50 60
    2523 Dental Practitioners 50 60 50 60
    2524 Occupational Therapists 50 60 50 60
    2525 Physiotherapists 50 60 50 60
    2526 Podiatrists 50 60 50 60
    2527 Audiologists and Speech Pathologists \ Therapists 50 60 50 60
    2531 General  Practitioners and Resident Medical Officers 50 60 50 60
    2532 Anaesthetists 50 60 50 60
    2533 Specialist Physicians 50 60 50 60
    2534 Psychiatrists 50 60 50 60
    2535 Surgeons 50 60 50 60
    2539 Other Medical Practitioners 50 60 50 60
    2541 Midwives 50 60 50 60
    2542 Nurse Educators and
    Researchers
    50 60 50 60
    2543 Nurse Managers 50 60 50 60
    2544 Registered Nurses 45 55 45 60
    2611 ICT Business and Systems Analysts 80 95(21/5/2023) 60 70 (15/5/2023)
    2612 Multimedia Specialists and Web Developers 70 80(16/5/2023) 60 70
    2613 Software and Applications Programmers 80 100 60 (8/3/2023) 80
    2621 Database and Systems Administrators, and ICT Security Specialists 75 90 55 70
    2631 Computer Network Professionals 75(4/4/2023) 85 (10/5/2023) 60(15/5/2023) 70(13/5/2023)
    2632 ICT Support and Test Engineers 60 85 55 70
    2633 Telecommunications Engineering
    Professionals
    55 65 55 65
    2713 Solicitors 55 65 55 65
    2721 Counsellors 50 65 50 65
    2723 Psychologists 50 65 50 65
    2724 Social Professionals 50 65 50 65
    2725 Social Workers 50 65 50 65
    2726 Welfare, Recreation and
    Community Arts Workers
    50 65 50 65
    3112 Medical Technicians 50 60 50 60
    3114 Science Technicians 50 65 50 65
    3121 Architectural, Building and
    Surveying Technicians
    50 65 50 65
    3122 Civil Engineering Draftspersons
    and Technicians
    55 65 55 65
    3123 Electrical Engineering
    Draftspersons  and Technicians
    50 65 50 65
    3125 Mechanical Engineering
    Draftspersons  and Technicians
    50 65 50 65
    3129 Other Building and Engineering
    Technicians
    50 65 50 65
    3131 ICT Support Technicians 60 65 50 65
    3211 Automotive Electricians 50 65 50 65
    3212 Motor Mechanics 50 70 (10/05/23) 50 (13/05/23) 100 (14/05/23)
    3222 Sheetmetal Trades Workers 50 65 50 65
    3223 Structural Steel and Welding
    Trades Workers
    50 65 60(10/05/23) 65
    3231 Aircraft Maintenance Engineers 50 65 55 (13/05/23) 65
    3232 Metal Fitters and Machinists 50 65 50 65
    3233 Precision Metal Trades Workers 50 65 50 65
    3234 Toolmakers and Engineering
    Patternmakers
    50 65 50 65
    3241 Panelbeaters 50 65 50 65
    3242 Vehicle Body Builders and
    Trimmers
    50 65 50 65
    3243 Vehicle Painters 50 65 80 (23/05/23) 65
    3311 Bricklayers and Stonemasons 50 65 50 65
    3312 Carpenters and Joiners 55 65 70 (09/05/23) 65
    3321 Floor Finishers 50 65 50 65
    3322 Painting Trades Workers 50 65 50 65(27/04/23)
    3331 Glaziers 50 65 50 65
    3332 Plasterers 60 65 50 65
    3333 Roof Tilers 50 65 50 65
    3334 Wall and Floor Tilers 50 65 50 75 (24/03/23)
    3341 Plumbers 50 65 50 (9/05/23) 115(09/05/23)
    3411 Electricians 50 65 50 (11/05/23) 65
    3421 Airconditioning and Refrigeration
    Mechanics
    50 65 95 (09/05/23) 65
    3422 Electrical Distribution Trades
    Workers
    50 65 50 65
    3423 Electronics Trades Workers 50 65 50 (11/05/23) 65 (20/05/23)
    3511 Bakers and Pastrycooks 50 65 50 (21/05/23) 65 (11/05/23)
    3513 Chefs 70 (23/05/23) 75 (11/05/23) 55 (21/05/23) 135 (13/05/23)
    3514 Cooks 65 (24/05/23) 65 (14/05/23) 55 (29/04/23) 65
    3611 Animal Attendants and Trainers 50 65 50 65
    3613 Veterinary Nurses 50 65 50 65
    3622 Gardeners 50 65 50 65
    3911 Hairdressers 50 65 50 (20/05/23) 65
    3933 Upholsterers 50 65 50 65
    3941 Cabinetmakers 50 65 50 65
    4111 Ambulance Officers and
    Paramedics
    60 65 50 65
    4112 Dental Hygienists, Technicians
    and Therapists
    50 65 50 65
    4113 Diversional Therapists 50 65 50 65
    4114 Enrolled and Mothercraft Nurses 50 65 (24/05/2023) 50 65
    4116 Massage Therapists 60 70 60 70
    4117 Welfare Support Workers 50 65 (23/05/23) 65 (21/05/23) 75 (22/01/23)
    4412 Fire and Emergency Workers 50 65 50 105 (23/05/23)
    4518 Other Personal Service Workers 50 65 50 65
    4523 Sports Coaches, Instructors and
    Officials
    50 65 85 (14/03/23) 65 (24/04/2023)
    5111 Contract, Program and Project
    Administrators
    60 (17/05/23) 70 (19/05/2023) 50 (21/12/22) 65 (07/12/2022)
    5996 Insurance Investigators, Loss
    Adjusters and Risk Surveyors
    50 65 50 65
    5999 Other Miscellaneous Clerical and
    Administrative Workers
    50 65 50 65
    6121 Real Estate Sales Agents 50 65 50 65

    Conclusion

    The recent immigration year 2022 – 2023 has been proven one of the most promising years for Australian Immigration. especially, the year became a dream fulfiller for offshore applicants who are eagerly waiting for their Australian Permanent Residency.

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