SA How to migrate for skilled migrants 190
Commitment to South Australia
State nomination is granted on the basis of your genuine interest and commitment to living and working in South Australia with a view to long-term settlement in the state.
If you are currently residing in South Australia, and have lived, studied or worked in another Australian state or territory before moving to South Australia, you must be currently working for the last 6 months (minimum 20 hours per week) in a skilled occupation in South Australia.
Age – VISA 190
under 45 years at the time of nomination, there is no fast track to apply for.
Occupation and Skills Assessment fo visa 190
this must be listed on the State Nominated Occupation List and a positive General Skilled Migration skills assessment from the relevant authority.
At least one year of skilled work experience in the last three years. Some occupations have a higher work experience requirement. If you are an international graduate of South Australia, you may be able to access a work experience waiver
Provide competent English (IELTS 6), or if you are a passport holder or citizen of the United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, or New Zealand, you don’t need to provide an English test.
SkillSelect Expression of Interest (EOI)
You need to have an EOI which meets the Department of Home Affairs criteria points 65 and choose SA as the nomination state.
Who cannot apply for SA visa 190?
Provisional 489 or 491 visa holders are not eligible to apply for South Australian state nomination.
How long does it take to get invitation for SA 190 visa?
Approximately 3 to 6 months.
Is 65 points enough for 190 visa?
Yes, at least 65 points, and you can apply for state nomination.