JULY 10, 2014 Immigration South Australia introduced a new nomination pathway, chain migration, which allows applicants with an immediate family member permanently residing in South Australia to apply for a state nominated visa.
Who will be benefited?
Applicants whose nominated occupations are not available to South Australia's CSOL can now access to a more extensive occupation list.
Chain migration enables applicants to access –
â€¢ Occupations on the South Australian Graduate List
â€¢ South Australiaâ€™s CSOL list where the occupations listed as special conditions apply
Applicants will be able to apply for permanent (subclass 190) or provisional (subclass 489) visa.
To qualify for the chain migration pathway, applicants must:
â€¢ Have completed a Bachelor degree or higher;
â€¢ Meet all DIBP criteria and Immigration South Australia criteria;
â€¢ Have 60 points on the DIBP points test.
To qualify for the chain migration pathway, the family member in South Australia must
â€¢ Be the applicantâ€™s grandfather, grandmother, father, mother, brother or sister. Applicants can still apply if itâ€™s a step or adoptive parent/sibling;
â€¢ Be an Australian Permanent Resident or an Australian Citizen;
â€¢ Have resided in South Australia for the past twelve months.
Do you qualify?
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