The 2021-22 Victorian skilled visa nomination program (subclass 190 and 491) will open on 7 July 2021. We are seeking applicants working in our target sectors with STEMM skills. Before applying for Victorian skilled visa nomination, you must submit a Registration of Interest and be selected to apply.
If you submitted a Registration of Interest for the 2020-21 program, you must submit a new Registration of Interest for the 2021-22 program.
Selection to apply
To be considered for selection to apply for Victorian skilled visa nomination you must be:
- living in Victoria (subclass 491 applicants must live and work in regional Victoria)
- working in Victoria using STEMM skills, and
- working in a target sector.
Registration of Interest
To be considered for selection to apply for Victorian visa nomination, you must submit a Registration of Interest for Victorian Visa Nomination.
If you submitted a Registration of Interest (ROI) for the 2020-21 program, you must submit a new ROI for 2021-22.
Please note, you must have a valid and up to date Expression of Interest (EOI) submitted on the Department of Home Affairs’ SkillSelect website. It is a prerequisite for submitting a Registration of Interest.
Workforce Skills Pathways
A Workforce Skills Pathway addresses a state-wide or region-wide skill gap and may have its own unique selection criteria. Any targeted occupations will be highly skilled. Learn more at Workforce Skills Pathways.