Subclass 190 Visa
Skilled Nominated Visa
Skilled Nominated Visa
The Skilled Nominated Visa – Subclass 190 is often referred to as the State Nominated Visa.
Skilled Independent Subclass 189
Skilled Regional Nominated Subclass 491
The Application Process
Here’s a simplified process for General Skilled Migration. In case of questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
Receive State Nomination
States must approve your Nomination for you to receive an invitation to apply for the visa. Each State has a different nomination process.
Apply for Visa
After receiving an invitation to apply for the visa from the DIBP, you will have 60 days to lodge a visa application. Without an invitation you are not eligible to apply.
What are the requirements for the 190 visa?
Before applying for the visa it is important to ensure you meet the requirements for the visa. This includes:
You hold a Positive Skill Assessment for an occupation on the State Occupation List
You are currently aged between 18 – 45 years old
You have received a nomination by a State to apply for the visa
You have Competent English or higher (6 minimum in IELTS or holder of approved passports)
You meet health and character requirements
You meet the pass mark in the skilled migration points test – currently 65.
Book a Migration Consultation
We have a ton of information on our site about various visa options and FAQs that answer most of our visitors’ questions, but if you’re still not sure where to start or you need a personalised step by step walkthrough, then schedule a call with one of our Registered Migration Agent.
Simply follow the link below and you'll be able to pick the date & time that fits your schedule.
Our Success Stories
We are often asked by clients how to correctly calculate their points for general skilled migration – skilled independent 189, state nominated – 190 or regional nominated – 489 (soon to be 491).
Today I am going to give you an example of how we calculated the points for a previous client of ours – Adam. Adam totalled points of 65 including 5 points for state nomination. We then applied for NSW State Nominated visa (Subclass 190) and he is a permanent resident of Australia.
Frequently Asked Questions
In case you don’t find an answer to your question, feel free to consult with one of our agents.
Do I need to receive an invitation to apply for the 190 visa?
If I am older than 45 can I apply for the 190 visa?
Is the 190 visa permanent?
How many points do I need for the 190 visa?
Can a 190 visa holder change state?
How long until I can apply for citizenship?
You will need to have lived in Australia for 4 years in order to apply for citizenship. Of the 4 years, you must have held a permanent visa for at least 1 year. For more information about Australian citizenship, read on here.
Can I include family members on the 190 visa?
You should be able to include anyone in your family unit on the 190 visa (your spouse/partner and dependent children).
What jobs can I apply for on the 190 visa?
Each state or regional area has a specific list of jobs that will allow you to apply for the 190 visa. You would need to check with the relevant state or region
Do I have to be in Australia to apply for the 190 visa?
Do I need an employer to sponsor me for a 190 visa?
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In case of questions, feel free to reach out to one of our experienced Registered Migration Agents.
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