Posted on April 30 2022
A fixed number of nomination places are available by the ACT every month, and the highest-ranked matrix in every profession was sent invitations to apply for the ACT nomination. The cut-off for selecting is depended on the date, time, and monthly allocation that is remaining of the Matrix submission, profession demand, and cap. The more need for a particular profession, the higher the rank of the Matrix score invited.
The minimum score is only an indication and not an assurance that an invitation was sent. The invitations will not be sent out if the system detects active applications; or received an ACT nomination previously.
Here are the details of the draw:
|Type of residents||Occupation group||Under nomination||Number of candidates invited|
|Canberra Residents||Matrix nominating Small Business Owners||190 nominations||3|
|Matrix nominating 457 / 482 visa holders||190 nominations||1|
|Matrix nominating Critical Skill Occupations||491 nominations||51|
|Overseas applicants||Matrix nominating Critical Skill Occupations:||190 nominations||7|
*Check your eligibility criteria with the help of the Y-Axis Australia Immigration Points Calculator.
2021-2022 Allocation of ACT Nomination Places:
Count of applications on 1st May 2022
Total number of approvals: 1672 nomination places
Total number of denials: 338 applications
Remaining Allocation of 2021-2022
Total number of allocation remaining: 328 nomination places (164 per month)
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