New Australia Canberra Matrix draw invites 563 candidates

New Australia Canberra Matrix draw invites 563 candidates

Surya Rathee Surya Rathee
[Published 27 Dec, 2022 | 06:48 AM]
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On December 22nd, 2022, the Australian immigration government conducted a new Canberra Matrix invitation round. This invitation round saw a total of 563 invitations being issued to Canberra Residents and Overseas Applicants.

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Out of the total candidates invited to apply for ACT nominations – 251 were issued to Canberra residents, whereas, the remaining 312 invitations were issued to Overseas Applicants.

The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) has issued these 563 invitations to candidates registered under the following streams:

Canberra Residents

Matrix nominating Small Business Owner

  • Subclass 190 visa nominations: 7 invitations with a minimum matrix score of 85. 
  • Subclass 491 visa nominations: 0 invitations.

Matrix nominating 457/482 visa holders

  • Subclass 190 visa nominations: 8 invitations.
  • Subclass 491 visa nominations: 1 invitation.

Matrix nominating Critical Skills Occupations

  • Subclass 190 visa nominations: 171 invitations.
  • Subclass 491 visa nominations: 64 invitations.

Overseas Applicants

  • Subclass 190 visa nominations: 81 invitations.
  • Subclass 491 visa nominations: 231 invitations.

According to the 2022-2023 Allocation of ACT Nomination Pages:

  • Skilled Nominated (Subclass 190) visa: 2,025 places.
  • Skilled Work Regional (Subclass 491) visa: 2,025 places.

As of December 22nd Canberra Matrix Invitation Round:&

Total Approvals: 1266 approvals | Subclass 190 – 411 approvals | Subclass 491 – 855 approvals.

Total Refusals: 246 refusals | Subclass 190 – 68 refusals (14%) | Subclass 491 – 217 refusals (20%).

Remaining Allocation: 2,784 nomination places (464 per month) | Subclass 190 – 1,614 (pro rata 269 per month) | Subclass 491 – 1,170 (pro rata 195 per month).

Canberra Matrix Invitation Round – How does it work?

The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) has a fixed number of nomination places available each month – pro-rata against the annual allocation. The highest ranked Matrix in each occupation in demand in Australia is invited to apply for ACT nomination.

The cut-off for the nomination depends on the date & time of the Matrix submission, occupation cap & demand, and the remaining monthly allocation. The more the demand for an occupation in Australia – the higher the rank of the Matrix score invited.

Take note! The cut-off Matrix score is an indication only. It does not guarantee that an invitation will be issued. Also, invitations will not be issued if the candidate has an active application in the system or has previously received an ACT nomination.



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