New Region Central West added to Skilled occupation list by Australia NSW
August 30, 2018

New Region Central West added to Skilled occupation list by Australia NSW

New South Wales, Australia has announced that a new region Central West has been added to the 2018-19 Regional Skilled Occupation List (SOL). With this, Australia NSW Central West becomes the 8th region to be added to the list.

The following 8 regions are included in the NSW Regional Skilled Occupation List for 2018-19:

  • New South Wales (barring Wollongong, Central Coast Newcastle, and Sydney)
  • Queensland (barring Gold Coast and Greater Brisbane Area)
  • Victoria (barring Melbourne Metropolitan Area)
  • Western Australia (barring Perth and surrounding areas)
  • South Australia (full state)
  • Tasmania (full state)
  • Northern Territory(full territory)
  • Central West (full territory)

With over 170 occupations, you stand to gain. You can either apply for Information Technology, engineering or manufacturing jobs. If you wish to apply for Permanent Residency, you can do it with different SOLs allotted to different provinces across Australia. Gain crucial points through SkillSelect and be eligible for the visa!

List out your priorities before filing your visa application for Permanent Residency to Australia. Specify your job type, preferred job falling within Skilled Occupation List (SOL) and the province you prefer. Earlier, the Occupation List was referred to as MLTSSL (Medium and Long Term Strategic Skill List) with each of the 7 provinces having separate SOLs.

Skilled Occupation List

Following this, you can address every visa related issue on timely basis. The 8 SOLs offer applicants with comprehensive solutions across Australia thereby attracting bright candidates to be a part of the country’s workforce.

Speaking of the Central West in particular, several employment opportunities await applicants belonging to IT, engineering and manufacturing sectors. The province, spanning an area of 63000 square km, has a population of 170,000 residents.

To apply for PR, one of the visas majority of individuals prefer is Skilled Regional Provisional visa – subclass 489. If you possess higher skills with better work experience, you can apply for Skilled Independent Visa – subclass 189. Ensure that the job you are applying for falls within the list of 170 occupations of SOL. If your occupation falls within the list, you can avail PR benefits in Australia.

Permanent Residency

To be eligible for Permanent Residency in Australia, you need to furnish both your education and work experience details. A Bachelor’s degree is mandatory and for PR, you have to be proficient in English language. Your age should be less than 40 years and you should possess work experience of minimum two years in an occupation listed on the SOL. If you reach desired score of 60 points, you will be eligible to apply for PR.

These details, which are part of your SkillSelect, have to comply with the immigration system of Australia which works on a Point-Based Immigration system. For qualifying for the visa, you should provide not only these details but also include health and character details. In addition, you can lodge Expression of Interest whereby you score sufficient points.

To familiarise yourself with immigration laws and practices of a particular province, feel free to interact with our team of immigration agents. Our Registered Migration Agents will breakdown local laws and your preferred region’s tax codes.

To avail PR benefits, get in touch with our Immigration and Education Consultants whose lasting solutions on Skill Select, visa criteria and work experience have facilitated living, working and staying in Australia for thousands of aspirants.

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