Migration Tasmania Application Gateway is now open!
The new Migration Tasmania Application Gateway is now open for registrations of interest and applications for skilled visa nomination from Tasmania. Anyone seeking Tasmanian nomination for a subclass 491 Skilled Work Regional or subclass 190 Skilled Nominated visa must now first register in the Application Gateway.
Please read the Gateway Information Page before lodging an ROI.
How does it work?
If you have created an EOI in the Department of Home Affairs’ SkillSelect system and then after reading the information about the nomination pathways and priority attributes on the website if you think you meet the nomination requirements, you may enter your details in the Application Gateway. You cannot lodge an application for nomination until you are invited by the gateway or the gateway gives you a Gold Pass. Using the information you enter, the gateway will tell you if you appear to meet the nomination requirements, and if you are competitive against the priority attributes listed for the pathway you have registered under. Registrations are valid for up to 6 months and only the most competitive applicants will be invited to lodge an application for nomination. There is no fee to register your interest. If you are given a Gold Pass you will be able to lodge an application for nomination immediately. If you are given a Green Pass you will not be able to lodge an application straight away, but are likely to be invited to apply for nomination in the next 6-8 weeks. If you are given an Orange Pass you may be invited to apply for nomination within the next 6 months, depending upon the volume of interest we have received and how many of the priority attributes you have. If you are not invited to apply within 6 months your registration will expire and you will need to complete a new registration in the gateway to be considered for a nomination invitation.
If you are given a Red Pass you do not meet our minimum nomination requirements and will not be able to apply for nomination.
More information is available on the Migration Tasmania website.