190 TAS

Before applying for nomination, you need to express your interest in the Migration Tasmania. Registrations will be valid for six months, and only the competitive applicants will receive an invitation to proceed with the nomination application. Registering your interest does not require any payment.


Tasmania Pass Criteria

Gold Pass: You can immediately lodge an application for nomination.

Green Pass: You are likely to be invited to apply for nomination within 6-8 weeks.

Orange Pass: You are likely to be invited to apply for nomination within 6 months, depending on the volume of interest and your priority attributes.

* If you’re not invited within 6 months, your registration will expire, and you’ll need to complete a new registration.

Red Pass: You do not meet the minimum nomination requirements and cannot apply.


Applications for Tasmanian nomination incur a non-refundable service fee of $300 (plus $30 GST – if in Australia) to apply for nomination. During the online application process the fee will be requested and after the fee is processed you will be able to ‘SUBMIT’ the nomination application. If payment is not made or is unsuccessful, the application will be saved as ‘In Progress’ on the system for two weeks until the payment is finalised and the application lodged. After two weeks if an application has not been lodged it will lapse and close.


Unsuccessful applicants for the Subclass 190 visa may be considered for the Subclass 491 Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa nomination. To be considered, you must include Subclass 491 as an option on your SkillSelect Expression of Interest (EOI). Failure to include both options will result in no support for visa nomination. Multiple nominations are not allowed, and if you are granted a Subclass 491 visa, you cannot reapply for a Subclass 190 in the future.


190 Nomination Pathway in Tasmania

There are different nomination pathways, each with specific requirements and priority attributes that determine your pass color.


Tasmanian Skilled Employment Pathway

  • Your employment must be in an occupation listed on the Tasmanian Onshore Skilled Employment Occupation List (TOSOL) and meet any caveats listed for that occupation.
  • You must have been working in Tasmania for six (6) months immediately prior to your application.
  • Your employment must average at least 20 hours per week over the six-month period immediately prior to lodging your application.
  • If you are a subcontractor, you may be considered in this pathway if you have a related skills assessment and at least 12 months business activity in Tasmania.


Tasmanian Skilled Graduate Pathway

  • You must have completed a course of study and obtained a letter of completion from a tertiary institution in Tasmania registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS).
  • You must have lived in the state for at least two calendar years from the commencement of your course and for the duration of your studies.
  • Your course of study must be AQF 5 (Diploma) or higher, or at least Certificate III related to an ANZSCO Major Group 3 or Group 4 occupation, and be listed on CRICOS with a duration of at least 92 weeks.
  • Your course must have been completed full-time and on-site in Tasmania.
  • you must currently be living in Tasmania and intend to continue living in Tasmania.


Tasmanian Established Resident Pathway

  • You must have been living in Tasmania for at least three years (with no more than 50 per cent of your total Australian residence period spent in another Australian state or territory), and one of:
      • currently be employed in Tasmania in a role equivalent to ANZSCO Skill Levels 1-3, including a cumulative 12 out of the last 24 months, (a minimum 20 hours per week on average)
      • currently be employed in Tasmania, including a cumulative 18 months in the last 3 years, in a role equivalent to ANZSCO Skill Level 4 or 5 (a minimum 20 hours per week on average)
      • have operated a business for at least the last two years with taxable earnings equivalent to the Temporary Skilled Migration Income Threshold (currently $70,000).


Overseas Applicant (Health Sector Job Offer) Pathway

  • Health or allied health skills-assessment for a relevant occupation.
  • Formal job offer by an health provider based in Tasmania.
  • Any applicant must not have lived in another Australian state or territory within the last 12 months.


Skilled Nominated Visa
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