Australia has invited 169 candidates, and they can apply for ACT nomination through Canberra matrix. The ACT provides a fixed number of nominations every month, and the candidates having the highest rate of matrix are invited and this will help them to migrate to Australia.
There is an availability of a cut-off score, but this score has a dependency upon the availability of occupations or the demand of workers. The table below will provide the whole detail of this Canberra matrix round.
*Check your eligibility through Y-Axis Australia Immigration Points Calculator.
|Type of residents||Occupation group||Under nomination||Number of candidates invited|
|Canberra Residents||Matrix nominating Small Business Owners||190 nominations||0|
|Matrix nominating 457 / 482 visa holders||190 nominations||1|
|Matrix nominating Critical Skill Occupations||190 nominations||37|
|Overseas applicants||Matrix nominating Critical Skill Occupations||190 nominations||5|
Minimum ranking score
The minimum ranking score is not a guarantee that invitations will be issued to the candidates. If applicants already have active applications, invitations will not be issued to them. If applicants have already received ACT nomination, invitations will not be sent to them too.
Ranking information request
There is no guarantee for an invitation. No information will be provided regarding the ranking or receiving of the invitations. No priority will be given to the matrix.
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