ACT Canberra issued 159 invitations in latest draw

Canberra Australia invited 159 candidates in latest draw

 

Invitation round held on 24th June for The Matrix nominating Critical Skill occupations.

 

To apply for sponsorship by the ACT state, applicants must first file with the Canberra Matrix and then receive an invitation to apply for state sponsorship.

 

Eligible skilled and business people who demonstrate commitment to migrating to Canberra may be eligible to express an interest in Australian Capital Territory (ACT) nomination.

 

Canberra Matrix Invitation round – 24th June 2022


Visa Category

Subclass 190

Minimum Score

Subclass 491

Minimum Score

Matrix nominating Small Business Owner

5

90

3

75

Matrix nominating 457/482 Visa holders

2

 

0

 

Matrix nominating Critical Skill Occupations

51

 

39

 

Overseas applicants: Matrix nominating Critical Skill Occupations

7

 

52

 

Total Invitations

65

 

94

 


ACT INVITATION ROUND 24 June 2022     

Minimum Matrix score ranked

ANZSCO Unit group

UNIT GROUP TITLE

Canberra resident     491

Canberra resident     190

Overseas applicant    491

Overseas applicant    190

1311

Advertising, public relations and sales managers

 

 

65
(12/1/2022)

85

1322

Finance managers

105
(11/5/2022)

105 (17/5/2022)

 

 

1323

Human resource managers

 

 

70
(21/2/2022)

 

1324

Policy and planning managers

70

 

75
(12/3/2022)

 

1335

Production managers

 

 

65
(30/1/2022)

 

1336

Supply and Distribution Manager

 

 

70

 

1351

ICT managers

80

 

80

 

1399

Other specialist managers

 

 

65

 

1411

Café and restaurant managers

80

85
(13/5/2022)

70

 

1413

Hotel and Motel Managers

 

 

70

 

1492

Call or contact centre and customer service managers

 

 

65

90

2124

Journalists and other writers

 

85

70

 

2211

Accountants

120
(3/6/2022)

 

 

 

2212

Auditors, company secretaries and corporate treasurers

100
(13/5/2022)

105
(11/5/2022)

80

100

2231

Human Resource Professionals

85

 

 

 

2244

Intelligence and policy analysts

 

 

75
(20/1/2022)

 

2247

Management and organisation analysts

 

 

75
(20/1/2022)

 

2249

Other information and organisation professionals

 

 

70
(13/4/2022)

 

2251

Advertising and marketing professionals

80
(28/3/2022)

95
(3/5/2022)

85

 

2253

Public relations professionals

 

85

70

 

2324

Graphic and web designers, and illustrators

70

90

70

 

2332

Civil engineering professionals

95

105

80
(8/3/2022)

 

2333

Electrical Engineers

75
(9/5/2022)

85

80

 

2334

Electronics Engineers

80
(4/3/2022)

100

75 (13/1/2022)

 

2335

Industrial, Mechanical and Production Engineers

85

115

85

 

2339

Other engineering professionals

90

100

65
(13/1/2022)

 

2411

Early childhood

65
(28/3/2022)

115

 

 

2412

Primary School Teachers

70

 

 

 

2414

Secondary School Teachers

 

120

 

 

2421

University Lecturers and Tutors

 

 

85
(3/3/2022)

 

2515

Pharmacists

 

85

65
(18/1/2022
11:08AM)

 

2525

Physiotherapists

 

95

 

 

2527

Audiologists and speech pathologists / therapists

 

 

75

 

2531

General practitioners and resident medical officers

 

85

 

 

2544

Registered nurses

80

105
(26/5/2022)

70

90

2611

ICT business and systems analysts

90

105

80
(19/1/2022
7:26PM)

90
(25/4/2022)

2612

Multimedia Specialists and Web Developers

80

95

70
(15/3/2022)

 

2613

Software and applications programmers

85
(21/4/2022)

 

85
(17/1/2022
7:33PM)

85

2621

Database and systems administrators, and ICT security specialists

85
(4/6/2022)

110

80

 

2631

Computer network professionals

85
(23/5/2022)

100

80
(20/1/2022
3:55PM)

 

2632

ICT support and test engineers

85

95

80

 

2713

Solicitors

 

105

65

 

2723

Psychologists

 

100

70

 

2725

Social workers

85

85

 

 

2726

Welfare, recreation and community arts workers

 

110

 

 

3112

Medical Technicians

 

 

70

 

3131

ICT support technicians

 

 

65
(13/1/2022)

 

3212

Motor mechanics 

70

 

 

 

3322

Painting Trades Workers

 

100

 

 

3511

Bakers and Pastrycooks

90

 

 

 

3513

Chef

95
(3/6/2022)

105
(6/5/2022)

 

 

3514

Cook

85
(20/6/2022)

105

 

 

4114

Enrolled Nurse

80

95
(23/5/2022
11:52AM)

 

 

4117

Welfare support workers

 

90

70

 

5111

Contract, program and project administrators

95
(3/6/2022)

105

75
(26/1/2022)

 


The highest ranked Matrix in each occupation group was invited to apply for ACT nomination. The cut-off for selection depended on the occupation cap and demand. The higher the demand, the higher the rank of the Matrix score invited.   


The minimum ranking score is an indication only and not a guarantee that an invitation was issued. Ranking may depend on date and time of Matrix submission. 


Invitations will not be issued if you have an active application in the system; or if you have previously received ACT nomination.

 

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