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The Skilled Nominated Visa (Subclass 190) is a type of visa that allows skilled workers who are nominated by a state or territory government in Australia to live and work in the country. This visa is designed for individuals who have the qualifications, skills, and experience that are in demand in a particular state or territory. To be eligible for the Skilled Nominated Visa, applicants must first submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) through the Department of Home Affairs' SkillSelect system and receive a nomination from a state or territory government. They must also meet the age, skills, and English language requirements, as well as pass the health and character tests. Once granted, the Skilled Nominated Visa allows individuals to work and live in Australia permanently, travel in and out of the country as they please, and even apply for Australian citizenship in the future.

Eligibility Criteria:

To be eligible for a Skilled Nominated Visa, an applicant must meet the following criteria:

  1. Age: The applicant must be under the age of 45 at the time of application.

  2. Occupation: The applicant must have a nominated occupation on the relevant skilled occupation list and have the necessary skills and qualifications to perform that occupation.

  3. Skills Assessment: The applicant must have a positive skills assessment from a relevant assessing authority for their nominated occupation.

  4. English Language Proficiency: The applicant must have competent English language proficiency, which can be demonstrated through a language test such as IELTS or equivalent.

  5. Points Test: The applicant must score a minimum of 65 points on the points test, which takes into account factors such as age, qualifications, work experience, English language proficiency, and other criteria.

  6. Nomination: The applicant must be nominated by a state or territory government agency.

  7. Health and Character Requirements: The applicant must meet the health and character requirements set by the Australian government.

It is important to ensure that all eligibility criteria are met and that the application is complete and accurate to avoid any delays or complications in the visa processing.

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Processing Time: The processing time for a Skilled Nominated Visa can vary depending on individual circumstances, but typically takes around 6-8 months.

SKILLED NOMINATED VISA (Subclass 190) is a permanent residency visa that allows skilled workers to live and work in Australia in a designated regional area. The visa requires nomination by a state or territory government agency based on the applicant’s skills and qualifications.