South Australia has announce an important Process Advice for Interim Visa Nomination Applications
In support of South Australia’s economic and public health recovery, the Government of South Australia has suggested a limited number of interim allocation places in priority for the State’s General Skilled and Business Migration Program for 2020/21. However, the declaration seems that there is a high chance for onshore applicants to get nominate than the offshore candidates because the travel bans still are in place.
Prioritizing of the applications are based on the direction from the Department of Home Affairs which define as per below:
- Priority will be given to those high-quality applications which have already lodged ‘Intention to Apply’ under the Business Innovation and Investment Program.
- Chances to get an early nomination to onshore applicants that satisfy the above-mentioned criteria.
- Applicants who have provided support to South Australia during the COVID 19 situation and those who can provide the support for the upcoming time they may get nominated for the program. Especially, specialist medical services, critical skills required to maintain the supply of essential goods and services; or delivering services in critical sectors.
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The full nomination allocations for 2020/21 will be determined later in the year as part of the 2020/21 Budget process. Given the limited number of available nominations, South Australia’s program requirements and application processes for the General Skilled and Business Programs are currently being finalized, with a view to applications being open in late August 2020. Further guidance on the program will be available until the next week on South Australia’s department’s website.
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