Canberra held Matrix Invitation Round on 03rd June 2020 and sent invitations to Matrix submitted candidates for applying to state nomination and then apply for Australian Immigration.
In the recent Canberra matrix invitation round 03rd June 2020, 81 invitations issued to the candidates of subclass 190, and the minimum cut off points were 70 points.
Canberra has a backlog of previous pending 491 nomination applications which will be responded in June 2020 so invitations were issued exclusively for subclass 190 on 03rd June 2020.
Canberra is the capital of Australia and it has its own matrix system to check the eligibility for Skilled Migration.
Matrix contains several factors for points including ACT residence status, English proficiency, spouse English proficiency, occupation in ACT demand list, work experience, spouse employability, ACT job offer, overseas or interstate education, ACT education, assets in ACT, close family in ACT.
The minimum points requirements for submitting the matrix are 20. But before submitting the Canberra Matrix, the applicant should fulfill the requirements of the Department of Home Affairs.
Canberra advises to all COVID-19 impacted applicants, that they can request a waiver of the continuous employment requirements in different circumstances.
Skilled Nominated Subclass 190
It’s an option for permanent residency on a Skilled Immigration visa. It requires sponsorship from state or territory government.
Every state or territory also has its own requirements and occupation in demand list so in order to apply the specific state or territory, thorough research is essential.
Migrants have to live or work at least 2 years in nominated state or territory out of 5 years visa as an obligation.
SPARK Consulting helps the clients in getting Canberra Nomination for Australian Immigration. Find out if your nominated occupation in Australia Occupation List and use our Online Points Calculator tool for determining your eligibility for the General Skilled Migration of Australia. For expert advice, please contact us on 0331-1172275.