You submitted an Expression of Interest (EOI) in SkillSelect relating to Skilled Migration to Australia.
Based on the information in your EOI submitted in SkillSelect, you are invited to apply for a Skilled - Nominated (Subclass 190) (Permanent) visa.
Your invitation is valid for 60 days from the date of this letter. It enables you to satisfy one of the requirements for making a valid application for a Skilled - Nominated (Subclass 190) (Permanent) visa, provided the application is lodged on or before 25 Aug 2015.
EOI ID: EXXXXX
Visa Subclass: Skilled Australian Sponsored Visa (190)
Nominated Occupation: Human Resources Manager
Stream: Skilled Australian Sponsored
Nominated/Sponsored by: Victoria
Indicative Points test score: 60
A visa application can be made on or before: 25 Aug 2015
How to apply
To lodge a visa application for a Skilled - Nominated (Subclass 190) (Permanent) visa, go to your SkillSelect EOI homepage and click on “Apply visa” for your invited subclass.
Please be aware that as an invitation has been issued, your EOI has been locked. If you choose not to lodge a visa application for a Skilled - Nominated (Subclass 190) (Permanent) visa your EOI will be re-activated after this invitation has expired.
In addition to being invited there are a number of other requirements that you will need to meet to make a valid application. Your application will not be valid unless you satisfy all of those requirements.
An invitation does not guarantee that you will be able to make a valid application or be granted a visa.
Once a valid application has been made there are further criteria to be satisfied before a visa can be granted.
Information is available from the department’s website that will assist you to make a valid application and provide the necessary information to assist you in determining if you will satisfy the requirements for the grant of a visa.
See the information for Skilled Workers.
Correct claims in your EOI
When you lodge a visa application from this invitation you will be required to provide evidence supporting the claims you made in your EOI. If the information provided in your EOI is not correct, and you proceed to lodge a visa application, this may result in your application being refused, and your visa application fee will not be refunded. If the claims in your EOI
are incorrect or overstated, and you cannot support these claims in your visa application, there may be adverse consequences for future visa applications. We strongly recommend you ensure your information is correct before lodging a visa application. You can view your claims in SkillSelect, and at the end of this message.
If you are unable to support your EOI claims before you lodge your application you have the option to let this invitation lapse, then ensure your claims are accurate and submit a new or revised EOI.
Please ensure you have all required information available and ready to submit with your application at time of lodgment. Submitting the required documentation at the time you make your visa application will prevent processing delays.
More information is available at www.immi.gov.au/skills/skillselect.
The department’s contact details are available at: www.immi.gov.au/contacts/telephone.htm
(this invitation has been issued on behalf of the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection)