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Immigration SA opportunity - provisional to permanent 190 visa - open from 14 May until 15 June 2014

Immigration SA has released the following information about State Nomination of provisional visa holders for the permanent subclass 190:

Permanent state nomination for South Australian provisional visa holders

From 14 May until 15 June 2014, people who hold a South Australian state nominated provisional visa (subclass 489, 475, 487 and 495 only), who are living and working in the state can apply for a 190 - Skilled Nominated Permanent visa through Immigration South Australia. 

This trial program enables people who have already secured a provisional state nominated visa to apply for a permanent visa through the same program.  

State nominated applications made under this program will be priority processed.  The program will run from 14 May until 15 June 2014 or until the nomination quota has been reached.  

Not sure if this pathway is right for you?

Find out more about the 
benefits of permanent residency including access to Medicare and local study fees plus many more.  And read about the features and requirements of the 190 – Skilled Nominated visa.


Immigration SA

This information is accurate on the 14 May 2014.  Immigration SA will change requirements in an ongoing manner and all current requirements must be established prior to lodging an application. 

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At Work Visa Lawyers we are experience in assisting applicants with the Expression of Interest, State Sponsorship and Visa application process for state sponsored subclasses 190 and 489.

If you require further information regarding a RSMS application or your Australian visa options you contact us through:

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