飞出国：随着11月16日澳洲新政的出台，塔州迅速进行了相应的政策调整，除了引入491州担保以及担保细节上的小幅度调整，190州担保政策也进行了微调。去年7月份，飞出国已经为大家总结过塔州的州担保政策 TAS 塔州2018-19年度担保要求流程及政策变化-飞出国 ，下面重点给大家梳理一下本次新政之后的变化。
一 . 塔州 190 州担保 - 飞出国
申请人尤其是居住在霍巴特大区以外的，如具有塔斯马尼亚经济发展需要的领域（health、trades and construction、engineering、community services (including aged and disability care)）的技能将受到高度重视；
Category 1 – Tasmanian Graduate塔州毕业生类别：
新增对于国际毕业生International Student Graduates的说明
What should I study?
We are most interested in those students who can make a positive contribution to the state. Your likelihood of Tasmanian nomination will be increased if your Tasmanian studies, or other experiences in Tasmania are related to our skills needs. The Tasmanian Skilled Occupations List (TSOL) may help inform your choice of course.
We give particularly high regard to people who have studied or have experience in high-demand occupations, including:
- trades and construction
- community services (including aged and disability care)
Further weight is given to those applicants who currently live and work in an area outside Greater Hobart and intend to do so after nomination.
Australian Jobs.) provides detailed information about where you could focus your training to find work after graduating.
Acceptable courses of study include courses above Certificate 3 studied with a CRICOS registered tertiary institution in Tasmania and meet the specific requirements for state nomination categories.
- All courses must be completed full time and on campus
- Study duration must be at least one academic year for the subclass 491 Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa. For the subclass 190 Skilled Nominated visa , your study must meet the Australian study requirement
- Graduate Diploma courses are considered eligible
- Graduate Certificate courses are not eligible
- Certificate 3 and 4 study must be related to a trade qualification (minimum Cert III level for a skilled occupation in Major Group 3 in ANZSCO) occupation
Who should I study with?
All study must be with a CRICOS registered tertiary institution in Tasmania.
You should research and choose a provider who you think can best provide the study or training for your particular needs and interests.
- The CRICOS register lists all institutions and their courses registered in Tasmania.
- The MySkills website provides details of Vocational Education and Training (VET) courses and providers according to occupation and area of interest
- The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) regulates) VET courses and training providers to ensure nationally approved quality standards are met. The training.gov.au National Register of VET collates details of ASQA’s regulatory decisions, including any current sanctions.
- The Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Authority regulates tertiary education providers and their courses. The TEQSA National Register publishes information about accredited providers and courses, and any regulatory decisions.
What else is Tasmania looking for?
Tasmania needs enthusiastic, skilled people who want to settle and make a genuine contribution to the economy and community. Along with skills you have and the study you have completed in Tasmania, we will also consider the following factors:
- skills and experience of accompanying family members
- business investment and activity in Tasmania
- other contributions – what else have you done to apply and improve your skills In Tasmania? Eg, volunteering, community activities
Do I need to have a job?
Employment is one aspect we consider when assessing nomination applications from Tasmanian Graduates. While employment can show you have a genuine capacity to contribute and commitment to stay in Tasmania, we also recognise that many graduates have focussed on their study and have only just begun to develop their professional career in Tasmania. We will look for the following in your application:
- have you researched the local job market in your intended career area? Can you show that you are likely to find employment and contribute to Tasmania?
- how have your studies increased your ability to find skilled work in Tasmania?
- have you developed any professional networks during your study though either part time employment, work experience, volunteering, campus networks or social activities?
- if you are employed, is this employment likely to help you settle permanently in Tasmania? How is it relevant to your nominated occupation or your future career plans?
- if you are seeking nomination for the subclass 491 Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa, are you likely to find employment that gives you a strong chance of being able to meet the income threshold requirements for the permanent stage subclass 191 visa (currently $53900 taxable income for at least 3 of the 5 years visa duration).
International students get access to valuable work experience opportunities during their studies, giving them the opportunity to develop professional networks which they can use to get a job when they graduate. Many entrepreneurial graduates may establish businesses in Tasmania which boost the economy and also create local jobs.
While current employment is not mandatory if you are applying for state nomination in the Tasmanian Graduate category, you must provide details of how your study, and your previous skills and experience, will enable you to settle in and contribute to Tasmania. If your study has been in an area that is not related to an occupation on the Tasmanian Skilled Occupation List you need to explain your career plan and how your studies have increased your ability to find skilled work in Tasmania. This may include areas unrelated to your Tasmanian study.
- Show how your study, volunteering, internship, casual or part time work experiences will help you gain employment in Tasmania
- Provide detailed research of the Tasmanian job market and the positions that are relevant to your background
- Provide evidence of jobs you have applied for and how your skills and experiences make you suitable for those positions
- If you are employed, show how this employment is likely to help you settle permanently in Tasmania
- Do your own research and write your own submissions that reflect your unique experiences
- Check the information provided by Fair Work Australia to ensure that your employment conditions are fair, comply with Australian laws and that you are not being exploited in order to gain state nomination.
- Don’t restrict your job search only to positions directly related to your study / occupation (eg, Accountant, studied Master Professional Accounting, seeking only Accounting positions). There may be other jobs you are suitable for, which will give you the experience you need to develop your skilled career
- Don’t copy other people’s job research, career plans or commitment statements – it’s unlikely to be convincing. It is highly unlikely that we will nominate someone who has submitted a plagiarised career plan without their own research and genuine career planning.
Category 2 – Working in Tasmania*塔州境内工作类别
新增就业机会指导If you are looking for employment opportunities in Tasmania, please refer to the comprehensive resources on the Make It Tasmania website.
Please note that internships, stipends, scholarships and volunteer positions are not considered employment for the purpose of this category.
***** There are areas of non-skill shortage in Tasmania that are not supported for visa state nomination under the ‘Working in Tasmania’ category. This includes employment relating to:
limited service restaurants** (cooks, chefs and café / restaurant managers)
****** A limited service restaurant includes the following:
fast food or takeaway food services
fast casual restaurants
drinking establishments that offer only a limited food service
limited service cafes including, but not limited to, coffee shops or mall cafes
limited service pizza restaurants.
Category 3 – Overseas applicant (Job Offer)
二 . 塔州 491 州担保 - 飞出国
申请类别：还是原来的五个申请类别，包括塔州毕业生（1年）、塔州境内工作、3A塔州境外紧缺职业& 3B塔州境外申请（job offer）、塔州直系亲属担保以及塔州小生意类别。其中category 3A以及category5 Small Business Owner有变化：
Category 3A – Overseas applicant (TSOL)
职业清单，语言要求，特定职业的具体要求均有变化，参考 最新塔州职业清单出炉，快来看看有没有你的职业！ Tasmanian Skilled Occupations List (TSOL) 2019 -2020
Category 5 – Small Business Owner
除已经在澳洲且最好在塔州经营小生意（Small Business Owner），证明经营小生意的经验，之前的盈利，未来的商业计划，对塔州商业环境的调查等要求，新增对小生意能否为申请人获得191永居签证申请所规定的个人最低应税收入（5年内至少3年，当前标准，每年最低AU$53,900）的可能性的评估和考量。