Skills List

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WA in demand occupations for state sponsorship

National Skilled Occupation list

​Applicants who have an occupation identified on the Western Australian skilled migration occupation list (WASMOL) (shown below) may be eligible for Western Australian State nomination using the following visas:

Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190) or Skilled Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 489).

Please check the status of your occupation on the WASMOL to see if it is currently available for State nomination.

To determine your eligibility to apply, consult the Criteria for State nomination.

State nomination applicants will have to compete with all potential employees in the Western Australian labour market to secure any available or advertised position.

For occupations which require licensing or registration before being permitted to work in Western Australia, a positive skills assessment and State nomination does not guarantee you will meet the licensing or registration requirements of the relevant licensing or registration authority.  Those considering applying for Western Australian nomination are advised to check with the appropriate licensing or registration authority to verify their suitability for licensing or registration.

 

Migration Australia WA provides private immigration advice and representation. Migration Australia WA is not affiliated with the Australian Government. All decisions for granting a visa remain with the relevant Government Authority (Department of immigration and Citizenship) subject to the applicant lodging a valid visa application and meeting the relevant criteria for that visa.