A question regarding processing of 189 EOI post-covid.

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A question regarding processing of 189 EOI post-covid.


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Old 09-08-2020, 04:16 AM
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A question regarding processing of 189 EOI post-covid.

Hi experts,

I am currently on a 485 Graduate Work Visa. I have recently lodged an EOI for my 189 visa under the skilled occupation of ICT Business Analyst. I am aware that priority is being given to onshore applicants and critical occupations as of now.

Now my question is if I were to exit the country after my 485 visa ends, will my EOI still be given priority as I would no longer be in the country. To be more specific, does the immigration distinguish between the EOI from onshores and offshores when giving invites for 189.

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Ryu


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Old 09-08-2020, 06:00 AM
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If the covid restrictions are not lifted before you are invited, it might pay you to lodge an onshore visa application to keep you onshore.

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