Minimum Eligibility Requirements for Victorian State Sponsorship

In any type of visa that you plan to apply it is essential that you must provide factual, precise and absolute information. Applicants are necessary to divulge information about all previous visa applications. The condition of false or misleading information in an application could direct to the application being refused.

It is also significant that you lodge a complete application. A complete application is one that provides all information compulsory for a decision to be made. You should support your application with as much information as possible at the time of lodgement as a decision may be made solely on the information that you have provided with your application. If you do not provide a complete application, your visa application may be rejected.

You may be asked to provide further documents or information relating to your particular circumstances after your application has been lodged. The list of supporting documentation provided is not exhaustive. You may also include additional documents if they are relevant to your application. You should provide certified copies of all documents.

If you plan to lodge an application for Victorian state nomination, we encourage you to read this information and you must also check the Department of Immigration and Border Protection website to ensure you meet all visa eligibility requirements.

Furthermore, meeting the minimum eligibility criteria for state nomination in Victoria is the first step in the assessment processes, however it does not guarantee an application will be successful.

In this post, we will provide guidelines for the possible requirements and process that you must follow in order for your application to be accepted.

Please be guided with the following eligibility requirements:

  • Before your 50th birthday you can still apply for the Skilled Nominated (190) visa on DIBP website.
  • Ensure your English language proficiency test, your score should not be less than 60 points on the Point Test and at least a minimum of 6.0 IELTS, but there are certain occupations require a higher standard of English.
  • You should obtain any IELTS equivalent that DIBP accepted language tests; OET, TOEFL, iBT, PTE Academic and Cambridge English or Advanced (CAE)
  • You are not required to submit any English language test if you are a citizen to these following countries: USA, UK, Canada, Republic of Ireland or New Zealand
  • You need to upload a scanned copy of your English test results as part of the online nomination application.
  • You will be eligible for state visa nomination if you have completed a PhD Degree base on DIBP’s Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List (CSOL)
  • For additional work experience it must be under the State Nomination Occupation List
  • For International PhD graduates the applications will be processed within 2 weeks, compared to the average 12 week processing time.
  • You must provide supporting documents to apprise that you have good financial resources to support yourself and your dependants to qualify.
  • You will be required to provide a current job offer in your nominated occupation to support your visa nomination application if you are staying in a different Australian State.
  • You must provide us a Confirmation of Employment form to support your nomination application.
  • You must provide a contract or letter of offer from your employer which includes your employer’s Australian Business Number (ABN) and contact details.
  • Make sure your current job must be in your nominated occupation for permanent work; for at least 20 hours per week, and for at least six continuous months.
  • You must stay and work for at least 2 years.
  • If you are living in another state, you must provide a current job offer in your nominated occupation to be eligible with your nomination application.
  • Your resume/CV must professionally presented and descriptive and must provide evidence of your skills and work experience.
  • You must highlight a comprehensive reflection of your skills, work readiness, employment history and work experience.
  • Make sure that your resume should be around three to four pages long and must include detailed descriptions of relevant tasks and responsibilities performed within all employment, dates of employment, your pay rate, your reporting structure and dates of education and training.
  • Your application will be refused if your CV is too brief or does not include these details. It may take six months before you are eligible to reapply after the application refusal.
  • You must match the occupation you have nominated for skills assessment.
  • You can visit DIBP website to check the Skills assessment and assessing authorities.

Please Note:

All supporting documentation must be in English, or accompanied by a proficient translation. Any documents submitted in languages other than English which are not accompanied by a certified translation, cannot be taken into consideration in the assessment of your application.

For any additional information needed you may visit our website www.kaurmigration.com.au and to book for appointments you may contact Call 0415615255 or 0390880229.