425 Invitations Issued in a Canberra Matrix Invitation Round

425 Invitations Issued in a Canberra Matrix Invitation Round

Alisha Khan Alisha Khan
[Published 03 Nov, 2022 | 05:32 AM]
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A new Canberra Matrix invitation round was conducted by the Australian government on October 31st, 2022. The new invitation round issued a total of 425 invitations to both Canberra and Overseas residents – to apply for ACT nominations.

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Out of the total 425 candidates invited, 204 invitations were issued to Canberra Residents, whereas, the remaining 221 invitations were issued to Overseas Applicants.

The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) has issued these invitations to the candidates registered for Subclass 190 and Australia Subclass 491 visas.

The ACT received an interim allocation for the 2022-2023 program year.

  • Skilled Nominated (subclass 190) visa: 800 places
  • Skilled Work Regional (subclass 491) visa: 1920 places

As of the October 31st draw,

Total approvals: 871 approvals | 190 Nominations: 289 approvals | 491 Nominations: 582 approvals

Total refusals: 200 applications | 190 Nominations: 50 refusals | 491 Nominations: 150 refusals

Total allocation remaining: 1849 nomination places (236 per month) | 190 Nominations: 511 (pro rata 64 per month) | 491 Nominations: 1338 (pro rata 167 per month)

Type of residents Occupation group Under nomination Number of candidates invited Points
Canberra Residents
Matrix nominating Small Business Owners
190 15 90
491 2 70
Matrix nominating 457 / 482 visa holders
190 1 NA
491 NA NA
Matrix nominating Critical Skill Occupations
190 70 NA
491 116 NA
Overseas applicants
Matrix nominating Critical Skill Occupations
190 7 NA
491 214 NA

The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) has established a fixed number of nominations allotted each month (pro-rata against the annual allocation) – and the highest-ranked Matrix in each in-demand occupation was invited to apply for ACT nomination.

Depending on the remaining monthly allocation, occupation cap & demand, and the date & time of the Matrix submission – the minimum cut-off for selection is determined. The higher the rank of the Matrix score invited – the greater the demand for occupation.

Furthermore, surpassing the minimum cut-off ranking score is an indication only, and does not guarantee an invitation was issued. Australia Immigration candidates that had previously received an ACT nomination or do not have an active application in the system – did not receive an invitation to the draw.



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