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Old 03-05-2018, 06:46 PM
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how to apply for both NSW and Victoria

Hi,

I am about to apply EOI 189 with 65 points for 261313. For 190, I was wondering is there a way to apply for both NSW and Victoria?

Currently, after selecting 190 , I have only two options.

Either select one state or any.

Is there a way to apply for both NSW and Victoria?

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If you apply for multiple states, most likely none will invite you. It is best to focus on just one.

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If you apply for multiple states, most likely none will invite you. It is best to focus on just one.

But, I sent the same query to skillselect and they replied with that I can submit multiple EOI's. One for each state.


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Yes, you can, but someone at one of the state processing offices once told me that generally they wonít consider applicants who apply for multiple states.

To increase your chances itís best to apply for one state only.

Have a look at the various state migration websites, check the additional requirements each state has and go from there.

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