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How does CSOL differ from SOL?


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How does CSOL differ from SOL?

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Just wondering, if a job appears on the consolidated skilled occupation list but it DOESN'T appear on the skilled occupation list, are the only options to be nominated by a state when they announce positions for that occupation (190 visa), or be nominated by an employer (457 visa)? Are these the correct visas? The wording on the 189 visa says "nominated an occupation that is on the relevant skilled occupation list" but it doesn't say which is the relevant skilled occupation list...

The applicant could fit into any of Microbiologist, Life Scientist (general) or Biotechnologist

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Hi all
Just wondering, if a job appears on the consolidated skilled occupation list but it DOESN'T appear on the skilled occupation list, are the only options to be nominated by a state when they announce positions for that occupation (190 visa), or be nominated by an employer (457 visa)? Are these the correct visas? The wording on the 189 visa says "nominated an occupation that is on the relevant skilled occupation list" but it doesn't say which is the relevant skilled occupation list...

The applicant could fit into any of Microbiologist, Life Scientist (general) or Biotechnologist

Thanks in advance
You must nominate an occupation from the Skilled Occupations List (SOL) if you are applying for an Independent or Family Sponsored Points Tested visa or Temporary Graduate (subclass 485) Graduate Work Stream.

You must nominate an occupation from the Consolidated Sponsored Occupations List (CSOL) if you are nominated by a State or Territory Government, a direct entry stream Employer Nomination Scheme visa, a Temporary Work (Skilled) visa (subclass 457) or a Training and Research Visa (Subclass 402).

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