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Cooks and Hairdressers back to Skilled Migration

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Cooks and Hairdressers back to Skilled Migration

 

Recently South Australian State Government announced that 18 high demanding occupations including Cooks and Hairdressers are included on their SNOL (State Nomination Occupation List). This means Cooks and Hairdressers with a positive full skill assessment and IELTS 6.0 in each band might be eligible for Skilled Nominated visas such as subclass 190 (Permanent) and 489 (Temporary).

Several years ago, Cooks and Hairdressers were removed from SOL (Skilled Occupation List). These occupations remained in the CSOL (Consolidated Skilled Occupation List), therefore people still can apply for 457 visa and/or ENS or RSMS. Currently SA, NT and TAS governments are nominating both occupations for subclasses in Australia.

Nominating State

Subclass 489

Subclass 190

Cook

Hairdresser

Cook

Hairdresser

NSW

X

X

X

X

QLD

X

O

X

X

ACT

Not Available

O

O

VIC

O

X

O

X

SA

O

O

O

O

WA

X

X

X

X

NT

O

O

O

O

TAS

O

O

O

O


Note: This table only described whether Cook and Hairdressers are on State Nomination Occupation List in each State or Territory. Each State or Territories has different English and work experience criteria therefore this table itself does not guarantee successful State Nomination at all.

Unfortunately, Nominated pathways requires full skill assessment, therefore people who holds provisional skill assessment or skill assessment for 457 is not eligible for this pathway.

Those people who holds subclass 489 is allowed to remain in Australia maximum 4 years. Within 4 years, if they meet the requirements, they can apply for subclass 887 which is permanent resident visa. Basically, they need to remain in the Sponsored State at least 2 years and work over 35 hours per week for 52 weeks.

If you would like to find out whether you are eligible for either 489 or 190, please contact us to 08 7225 5091 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for an initial consultation. 

 

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