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Old 06-28-2010, 08:10 PM
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do all states have the same list?

a bit confused about the state's list of occupations. as per schedule there's a list of occupations for state sponsorship. does this apply for all the states combined or its indivually based?

can somebody clarify this?


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a bit confused about the state's list of occupations. as per schedule there's a list of occupations for state sponsorship. does this apply for all the states combined or its indivually based?

can somebody clarify this?
What schedule?
But in any case, there's a few changes expected to be introduced on July01
What's New? Recent Changes in General Skilled Migration





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Old 06-29-2010, 09:34 AM
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Commonwealth of Australia
Migration Regulations 1994
SKILLED OCCUPATIONS, RELEVANT ASSESSING AUTHORITIES, COUNTRIES AND
POINTS FOR GENERAL SKILLED MIGRATION VISAS AND CERTAIN OTHER VISA

search ---- IMMI 10/026 in google. sorry unable to upload the url

the schedule 3 is the new list with points and assessing body.
the schedule 4 is the list to be sponsored by the states.


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Commonwealth of Australia
Migration Regulations 1994
SKILLED OCCUPATIONS, RELEVANT ASSESSING AUTHORITIES, COUNTRIES AND
POINTS FOR GENERAL SKILLED MIGRATION VISAS AND CERTAIN OTHER VISA

search ---- IMMI 10/026 in google. sorry unable to upload the url

the schedule 3 is the new list with points and assessing body.
the schedule 4 is the list to be sponsored by the states.
I'll let you click on the page url, copy and paste or otherwise wait on new regulations being implemented.





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Skilled Occupation Lists (Formerly Known as Form 1121i) now online shows the new SOL/ENSOL occupations including transitional provision.
Schedule 4 is for State Migration Plans [ referred to as StatSOL ]
http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/_pdf/sol-schedule4.pdf
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visas who are nominated by a State or Territory government agency.
as stated infers that occupations as selected by States/Territories would need to come from the Schedule 4 StatSOL.

It will be up to the states/territories to get their StatSOLs published on State/Territory web sites, something that is independent of Immi control.





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