Skip to content
English

Victorian skilled visa nomination allows those already living and working in Victoria to continue supporting Victoria's economic recovery and health response to the coronavirus pandemic.

We are introducing changes to Victoria's skilled migration program to help support Victoria's economic recovery and health response to the coronavirus pandemic. Please see the 2020-21 Skilled Migration Visa Nomination Program to learn more.

Victoria provides visa nomination to highly skilled professionals, already employed and living in Victoria for the following skilled visas:

To be selected to apply for Victorian skilled visa nomination and assessment, you must first make or update an EOI via SkillSelect and then submit a Registration of Interest for Victorian State Visa Nomination.

We are currently targeting professionals with skills that support Victoria's economic recovery and health response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190)
EntitlementsPermanent residence.
Requirements You must:
  • be currently living in Victoria
  • be currently employed (and have worked in Victoria for a minimum of 6 months) using skills in health or medical research that support Victoria's economic recovery and health response
  • have obtained a suitable skills assessment for your occupation
  • have not yet turned age 45
  • have achieved the required points test score
  • must demonstrate at least a competent English level
  • meet all other visa nomination eligibility requirements.
ConditionsVisa holders must live in Victoria for at least two years.
How to apply

You need to:

  1. Make or update an Expression of Interest through SkillSelect
  2. Submit a Registration of Interest for Victorian State Visa Nomination
  3. If selected to apply for assessment and visa nomination by Victoria, apply for visa nomination online
More information
Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 491)
Entitlements Provisional 5 year visa
Requirements

You must:

  • be currently living in regional Victoria
  • be currently (and have worked in regional Victoria for a minimum of 6 months) employed using skills in health or medical research that support Victoria's economic recovery and health response
  • have obtained a suitable skills assessment for your nominated occupation
  • have not yet turned age 45
  • have achieved the required points test score
  • must demonstrate at least a competent English level
  • meet all other visa nomination eligibility requirements
Conditions Visa holders must live, work and study in a designated regional area in Victoria.
How to apply

You need to:

  1. Make or update an Expression of Interest through SkillSelect
  2. Submit a Registration of Interest for Victorian State Visa Nomination
  3. If selected to apply for assessment and visa nomination by Victoria, apply for visa nomination online
More information

Other visa pathways

There are other skilled visas for professionals looking to migrate to Melbourne:

For a full list of the current Regional Certifying Bodies required under the Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) subclass 494, please refer to the Department of Home Affairs.

See the Visa Finder on the Department of Home Affairs website for help in finding additional skilled visa types.

此页面没有中文版本。选择您的下一步。

停留在此网站查看其他内容

继续用英语阅读本页

This page is not available in Chinese. Choose what you’d like to do next.

Stay on this site to view other content

Continue to read this page in English

本页面不提供中文版本。请选择接下来的操作。

访问我们的中文站点查看其他内容

继续阅读本英文页面

This page is not available in Chinese.  Choose what you’d like to do next.

Visit our Chinese language site to view other content

Continue to read this page in English