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The South Australia Supplementary Skilled List provides more options for State Sponsorship

The South Australia Supplementary Skilled List provides more options for State Sponsorship

Immigration SA has announced the South Australian Supplementary Skilled List today which replaces the Graduate List. The Supplementary Skilled List contains 480 occupations, many of which that are not on the State Occupation List. The Supplementary Skilled List allows more occupations and different skilled workers to be sponsored by the South Australian state government. Applicants can access the Supplementary Skilled List if they:

  • graduated from studies in a South Australian education institute with at least one academic year of study
  • worked in a skilled occupation in South Australia for at least 12 months
  • have a immediate family member (permanent resident or Australian citizen) who has resided in South Australia for 12 months or more

You must still meet the state nomination requirements for factors such as age, skills assessment, work experience, English and financial capacity. For further information please visit the Immigration SA website.

This information is accurate on the 13 April 2015


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