Revealing the Reality of Australian Immigration

Hard Facts about Australian Immigration Australian PR Process: Unveiling Key Insights

When it comes to guiding you through the Australian PR process, our approach at “The Success Immigration” is rooted in transparency and information. We believe in presenting the unadulterated truth, equipping you with the knowledge to make well-informed decisions. Let’s delve into some essential points and insights that can shape your journey:

1. Navigating Subclass 190 and 189 Options

Throughout our counseling sessions focused on Australia, we have intentionally spotlighted the subclass 190 visa option. While the Expression of Interest (EOI) will be submitted for the subclass 189 with a benchmark of 65 points, we encourage you not to limit your considerations to this category alone. As counselors, our responsibility lies in revealing the facts and viable pathways while avoiding raising unwarranted expectations.

For your convenience, we’ve included the link below, offering access to the latest invitation round results from the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) for 2023. Remarkably, the round conducted on May 25th, 2023, did not include IT Professionals, Engineers, and other major occupations!

Link: DHA Invitation Rounds for 2023

Additionally, we’re providing the link to the previous round held by the DHA for the year 2022, which occurred on December 8th. Interestingly, IT professionals and Engineers were selected at the 85-point mark.

Link: DHA Invitation Round – Dec 8th, 2022

2.Service Provider Transparency and Preparation

Preparation and awareness of your options are paramount. While the EOI will be submitted for the subclass 189, our intention is to ensure you grasp the broader landscape. It’s worth considering that circumstances may evolve, and the Department of Home Affairs could potentially adjust cut-off points to 70 or 75. However, current statistics do not indicate such a shift.

3. Noteworthy State Nomination Allocation Changes

Shifting gears, substantial reductions of about 70% have been observed in state nomination allocations for General Skills Migration (GSM) for 190 and 491 visas. Announced by the federal government on August 25th, 2023, these changes have significant implications. Here’s a breakdown of state and territory nomination allocations for 2023-24:

State and Territory Nomination Allocations for 2023-24

Numbers of allocations in 2023-24:

StateSkilled Nominated (Subclass 190) visaSkilled Work Regional (Subclass 491) visaA total of 491 and 190 allocations
ACT6006001,200
NSW2,6501,5004,150
NT250400650
QLD9006501,550
SA1,1001,2002,300
TAS6006001,200
VIC2,7006003,300
WA1,5008502,350
Total10,3006,40016,700
Total:16,700

3)Numbers of allocations in 2022-23:

StateSkilled Nominated (Subclass 190) visaSkilled Work Regional (Subclass 491) visaA total of 491 and 190 allocations
ACT202520254,050
NSW9,1086,16815,276
NT60014002,000
QLD300020005,000
SA3,0005,8008,800
TAS215021004,250
VIC12,900200014,900
WA5,35027908,140
Total38,13324,28362,416
Total: 62,416

Conclusion: Seizing the Moment

Age or IELTS scores often cause point deductions for many. If age affects your points, remember our consistent advice – the optimal time for immigration might have been a year ago, and the next best time is “NOW.” Opportunities abound, especially with various states currently accepting applications.

We remain committed to guiding you through the immigration process, ensuring you make informed decisions aligned with your goals. Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions or need further clarification.

📞: 9108314100 📧: priya@thesuccessimmigration.com

Embark on your journey with clarity and confidence, as “The Success Immigration” stands by your side, offering insights and support throughout your immigration journey!

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