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Subclass Eligibility

189
190
491
491 Family

Skill Assessment Authority

Skill Level

2

Skilled Occupation List

๐ŸŽฒ MLTSSL

Australian Labour Market for Telecommunications Network Planner

Based on the Skills Priority List 2023 which provides a current assessment of the Australian labour market, including a detailed view of occupations in shortage and the anticipated future demand for occupations. Please refer to the State Eligibility subsection down below to know specific eligibility requirements for 190/491 state nomination.

National Future Demand
At economy-wide average
National Shortage Rating
No Shortage
Australian Capital Territory Shortage Rating
No Shortage
New South Wales Shortage Rating
No Shortage
Northern Territory Shortage Rating
No Shortage
Queensland Shortage Rating
No Shortage
South Australia Shortage Rating
No Shortage
Tasmania Shortage Rating
No Shortage
Victoria Shortage Rating
No Shortage
Western Australia Shortage Rating
No Shortage
DRAFT Core Skills Occupation List (CSOL) Targeted for Consultation
The Migration Strategy notes the Government will replace the Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) visa with a new Skills in Demand (SID) visa, which will include a Specialist Skills Pathway, a Core Skills Pathway and an Essential Skills Pathway. The CSOL is one of the criteria for the SID visa and will target the Core Skills Pathway to Australiaโ€™s workforce needs. The CSOL will operate in a similar manner to the Skilled Migration Occupation Lists for the TSS482 visa.
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SkillSelect Backlog
189
190
491

Learn how to interpret data. Updated 31 May 2024

Points Backlog

Subclass
Status
Points
EOI Count
189
LODGED
65
<20
189
LODGED
70
<20
189
LODGED
75
<20
189
LODGED
80
<20
189
CLOSED
65
25
189
CLOSED
70
23
189
CLOSED
75
22
189
CLOSED
80
<20
189
CLOSED
85
<20
189
CLOSED
90
<20
190
LODGED
65
<20
190
LODGED
70
<20
190
LODGED
75
<20
190
LODGED
80
<20
190
LODGED
90
<20
190
CLOSED
65
<20
190
CLOSED
70
<20
190
CLOSED
75
21
190
CLOSED
80
22
190
CLOSED
85
<20
190
CLOSED
90
<20
190
CLOSED
95
<20
491
LODGED
65
<20
491
LODGED
70
<20
491
LODGED
75
<20
491
LODGED
80
<20
491
LODGED
85
<20
491
LODGED
90
<20
491
LODGED
100
<20
491
CLOSED
65
<20
491
CLOSED
70
<20
491
CLOSED
75
23
491
CLOSED
80
21
491
CLOSED
85
30
491
CLOSED
90
22
491
CLOSED
95
<20
491
CLOSED
100
<20
491
CLOSED
105
<20

States Backlog

Subclass
Status
State
EOI Count
190
LODGED
ANY
<20
190
LODGED
NSW
<20
190
LODGED
QLD
<20
190
LODGED
SA
<20
190
LODGED
TAS
<20
190
LODGED
VIC
<20
190
LODGED
WA
<20
190
CLOSED
ACT
<20
190
CLOSED
ANY
<20
190
CLOSED
NSW
21
190
CLOSED
NT
<20
190
CLOSED
QLD
32
190
CLOSED
SA
<20
190
CLOSED
TAS
<20
190
CLOSED
VIC
<20
190
CLOSED
WA
23
491
LODGED
ANY
<20
491
LODGED
QLD
26
491
LODGED
SA
<20
491
LODGED
TAS
<20
491
LODGED
VIC
<20
491
LODGED
WA
<20
491
CLOSED
ACT
<20
491
CLOSED
ANY
<20
491
CLOSED
NSW
56
491
CLOSED
NT
<20
491
CLOSED
QLD
42
491
CLOSED
SA
<20
491
CLOSED
TAS
<20
491
CLOSED
VIC
<20
491
CLOSED
WA
26

State Eligibility

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Subclass 189 and 491FS Rounds

For 18 Dec 2023 round, DHA did not provide a Onshore and Offshore categorisation.

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Unit Group 3132 Subclass 189 and 491FS Rounds

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