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NSW 190

Nomination by the state of New South Wales under the category 190 scheme

Health, hospitality, ICT, construction, and engineering have all been added to the NSW Skilled Occupation List.
The NSW state government makes it plain that there is no defined timeframe for invites, and the first round of invitations for the Subclass 190 saw the majority of candidates get a score of 95 or better, although many of them had applied twelve months before.

For jobs within several ANZSCO unit categories, a minimum of three years of work experience in the nominated (or closely comparable) occupation is required. A tick () appears in the ‘Experience’ column to indicate these unit groupings.
Both onshore and offshore candidates must meet the work experience criteria (where relevant).
Minimum  eligibility
You must fulfill the following minimum eligibility conditions to be nominated for a Skilled Nominated (subclass 190) visa:
SkillSelect point score
In your SkillSelect EOI, you must be qualified to claim at least 65 points. To find out how many points you are qualified for, use the Home Affairs points, calculator.
To apply for the Skilled Nominated (subclass 190) visa, you must be under 45 years old.

English Language
You must have a good command of the English language (or equivalent).
You don’t need to take an English assessment if you are a citizen of the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, the Republic of Ireland, or New Zealand.

You must presently reside in New South Wales. NSW will not accept EOIs from persons who live in another Australian state or territory, or from those who live overseas.

Unless you are already working in NSW in your specified vocation, you must have actually resided in NSW for a minimum of three months before being invited.

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