Changes to General Skilled Migration from Immigration for South Australia – high points, supplementary list changes
South Australian Immigration has announced the following changes:
High Points Nomination
There is Australian Immigration news and has already commenced starting on the 19th of April 2017 at 9:00 am (Australian Central Standard Time) the requirement for high points nomination will now be increased from the 80 points to now 85 points.
They made this change in response to the overall quota being reached under the existing 80 points requirement.
Please note, that this change will not be affecting applications before this time. If however, you make an application for high points nomination after this time, they will be refused if they do not meet the 85 points requirement now in place.
High Points and Chain Migration Exclusions :
Starting now the following occupations on the Supplementary Skilled List are no longer available for high points or chain migration nomination:
- (ANZSCO Code 221111) Accountant (General)
- (ANZSCO Code 223111) Human Resource Adviser (not available for high points since 02/09/2016)
- (ANZSCO Code 225113) Marketing Specialist
- (ANZSCO Code 225412) Sales Representative (Medical and Pharmaceutical Products)
- (ANZSCO Code 242111) University Lecturer
- (ANZSCO Code 242112) University Tutor
- (ANZSCO Code 251511) Hospital Pharmacist
- (ANZSCO Code 251513) Retail Pharmacist
This change indicted above does not affect applications lodged before 1 pm on the 5th of April 2017. Applications for these occupations lodged after this date and time will be refused if applying for high points or chain migration nomination.
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