Limited quota remaining – no further quota allocations
Tasmania Skilled Migration nomination quota for the 2021-22 program year is:
Updated 28 March 2022
There will be no additional places made available to Tasmania Skilled Migration in the 2021-22 program year.
Managing remaining quota
Migration Tasmania is currently considering options to manage the expected demand for the nomination against the remaining places. This may include temporarily closing to new applications.
While Migration Tasmania is still accepting new applications at this stage, the current volume and limited remaining places mean that new applications may not be considered or able to be nominated in the 2021–22 program year.
Migration Tasmania will continue to process applications from oldest to newest but will give priority to candidates who are employed in a role directly related to their skills assessment.
All current applications which have not been processed by 30 June 2022 will be held over until the 2022-23 program year. Migration Tasmania will consider those applications against the requirements and assessment standards that were in place at the time the application was lodged.
Any applications that are approved this program year but cannot be nominated due to quota exhaustion will be held over and nominated against the 2022-23 program year quota.
Applications processed this program year that do not meet the requirements or assessment standards will be refused.
With less than 230 remaining subclass 190 places remaining, successful subclass 190 applicants who are not working in their area of their skills assessment may not be nominated until the next Program Year commences.
Note: Employment must be with a well-established Tasmanian business* that has been operating in Tasmania for at least 12 months. Employment must be full-time for the Working in Tasmania categories but can be part-time (a minimum 20 hours) for Tasmanian Graduates if that employment has been of at least 3 months duration.
A well-established business actively operating in Tasmania is expected to have
• permanent business signage;
• active/ongoing online presence, advertising, and marketing;
• a Tasmanian address as a registered business location;
• a local landline contact number
• an ongoing office space (not a residential address) that is not ‘casual’ or ‘virtual’ (including corporate/co-shared offices); and
• permanent representation of employees at the stated business location
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