塔州州担保技术移民 190 Tasmania Nomination 申请类别有微调。满足澳大利亚移民部 190 基本要求（英语等同雅思4个6成绩，通过职业评估，自身分数达到 55 分）并符合在塔州读书一年（已经在塔州生活1年以上），有塔州雇主offer（雇主已经在塔州运营12个月），有塔州定居一年的直系亲属（一代堂亲也可以）的就可以申请。
基本变化是类别顺序改为了 1. 塔州留学生，2. job offer，3. 塔州亲属。原先是1. 留学生，2. 塔州亲属，3. job offer。
另一个最关键的变化是塔州 job offer 190州担保类别增加了对塔州雇主已经在塔州运营一年的要求。
Subclass 190 - Skilled Nominated Visa - Tasmania Nomination
Overview Tasmania Nomination
This is a permanent visa which allows you to live and work in Tasmania.
State nomination from Tasmania provides you with 5 additional points to help you qualify for a visa under the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) point test.
If you are nominated by the Tasmanian Government for this visa, you must live in Tasmania for two years after the visa has been issued.
Tasmania Nomination Process
The Department of State Growth is responsible for issuing state nominations for the subclass 190 permanent resident visa. To be eligible to apply, you must fulfill the requirements set by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP).
- Score at least 60 points for the DIBP points test. To check your points click on the [interactive points calculator] (state nomination provides 5 points for the 190 and 10 points for the 489).
- Have a valid and positive skills assessment for your nominated occupation, which needs to be on the [Consolidated Skilled Occupation List] or the [State Migration Plan].
- Have at least ‘competent English’ and provide evidence of this with a [recognised English language test] or hold a passport of the UK, Ireland, the USA, Canada or New Zealand.
Tasmania Nomination Criteria
If you are nominated by the Tasmanian Government for this visa you must commit to living in Tasmania for two years after your visa has been granted.
You must also meet any one of the following minimum requirements:
Category 1 – Tasmanian graduate
To be considered a Tasmanian graduate you must meet the following criteria:
- completed and graduated from a CRICOS registered course at a Tasmanian tertiary institution.
- undertaken a course which is full time and on site in Tasmania.
- the course duration must have been a minimum of one academic year (46 weeks) and must have been completed in two consecutive semesters.
- you must have lived in Tasmania for a minimum of 12 months.
Category 2 – Job Offer
To be considered for this category you must have a formal job offer for a job that is based in Tasmania that is in-line with your skills assessment. Evidence of the job offer needs to be attached to the application (this could be an employment contract or formal letter providing an offer of employment).
You can meet this requirement if you work 35 hours per week in one full-time job or in two or more part-time jobs. You can include any paid employment, and you will need to be able to provide evidence of your employment claims.
The employer offering you employment must have been actively operating their business in Tasmania for the past 12 months. There needs to be a genuine need for your position within the business. This may be satisfied if there is:
- an existing, current and genuine need for your position within the business
- an ongoing need for your position and the capacity for the business to sustain the nominated position.
Category 3 – Family in Tasmania
To be considered for this category you must have a family member who:
- is an Australian permanent resident or an Australian citizen
- has lived as a permanent resident or an Australian Citizen in Tasmania for 12 months or more
- is your parent, child, sibling, aunt, uncle, first cousin, or grandparent
- agrees to support you when you arrive in Tasmania and assist you in the process of gaining employment in Tasmania.
Please note that meeting any of the abovementioned nomination requirements does not guarantee that your application will be successful.
Every application for visa nomination is assessed individually with a focus on your ability to address a number of assessment criteria, including:
- your ability to meet the minimum requirements
- the demand for your particular skills and expertise and your ability to find work in Tasmania
- the suitability and transferability of your qualifications, skills and experience -including any specialist capabilities that meets the needs of Tasmania’s labour market
- your ability and commitment to establishing yourself, and any dependents, in Tasmania with a view to your prospects for long-term settlement in the state.