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Information & Requirements of Subclass 190 Visa

This is a visa for getting an Australian PR

The Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190) is a permanent residence visa for points-test skilled workers who want to work and live in Australia after being nominated by an Australian state or territory government agency.


  • Age: 21-49 Years
  • Education: 15 Years of education.
  • Experience: Min 2 years of Experience listed in the Occupation demand list (Sometimes, even more experience is needed if Education & Work experience are not related to each other)

  • English Language (IELTS/PTE): Minimum 7 or more in each module of IELTS / 65-79 or more in each module of PTE or Depending on your profile.

There are points-based visas (Skilled Independent, Skilled Nominated, or Skilled Regional) and also temporary and permanent non-points-based (sponsored) visas available, but if you wish to apply for a points-based visa you will need enough points to receive an invitation to lodge an application.

Australia’s Department of Home Affairs operates a points system and if you want to know if you have a chance of qualifying for one of these points-based visas, you will need to see how many points you might get.

Applicants applying for this visa subclass must have the below

  • Score at least 65 points based on his/her profile i.e., Education, Age, Qualification, Work Experience, English proficiency, and any other requirements if applicable.
  • Be Eligible in one of the Occupations mentioned under “CSOL – Consolidated Skilled Occupation List”
  • Have a positive Skills Assessment from the recognized & related authority.
  • Be Under 50 years of age.
  • Must get the required IELTS or PTE scores as required to prove English Proficiency.
  • Submit an Expression of Interest (EOI).
  • Apply for State Sponsorship.
  • Get Health, Character requirements & certifications done.
  • Police Check Clearance (if required and applicable for countries lived for more than 6 – 12 months, depending on the visa subclass).
  • Live in the Sponsoring Australian State for 2 years once the visa is approved.

Advantages of this visa for you and your family

  • Live and work In Australia as long as you wish (Indefinitely).
  • Apply for Australian citizenship after spending specific time in Australia.
  • Study in Australia as per your domain & specializations.
  • Get Social Security & Benefits related to it.
  • Get Health care & related benefits as per law.
  • Sponsor a family member for permanent or temporary residency in Australia.


Question: What is the Skilled Nominated Visa and how does it work?

Answer: The Skilled Nominated Visa is a pathway for skilled workers to live and work permanently in Australia. To apply, applicants must be nominated by an Australian state or territory government and meet the skill and eligibility requirements.

Question: How can I be eligible for the Skilled Nominated Visa?

Answer: To be eligible, you must have a nominated occupation on the skilled occupation lists, possess the required skills and qualifications, receive a positive skills assessment, meet the English language proficiency criteria, and receive a state or territory nomination.

Question: What are the benefits of obtaining a Skilled Nominated Visa?

Answer: The Skilled Nominated Visa offers several benefits, including the opportunity to live and work permanently in Australia, access to Medicare (Australia's healthcare scheme), eligibility for Australian citizenship, and the ability to sponsor eligible family members for permanent residence.

Question: How long does it take to process the Skilled Nominated Visa application?

Answer: The processing time for the Skilled Nominated Visa varies depending on various factors such as the completeness of the application, the number of applications received, and the efficiency of the assessing authorities. On average, it takes around 6 to 12 months for the visa to be processed.

Question: Can I include my family members in my Skilled Nominated Visa application?

Answer: Yes, you can include your family members (spouse and dependent children) in your Skilled Nominated Visa application. However, they must meet the health and character requirements and be included in your visa application at the time of lodgement.

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