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State and Territory nominated visa places for ​2022-23  announced, check who got what

Victoria got the highest number of skilled nominated visas and NSW has the highest skilled work regional visa places.

​​​​​​The 2022-23 Migration Program has been designed to boost Australia’s economic recovery and drive social cohesion outcomes in the post-pandemic environment.

The Migration Program will have a planning level of 160,000 places with the following composition:

  • Skill (109,900 places) – this stream is designed to improve the productive capacity of the economy and fill skill shortages in the labour market, including those in regional Australia.
  • Family (50,000 places) – this stream is predominantly made up of Partner visas, enabling Australians to reunite with family members from overseas and provide them with pathways to citizenship.
    • From 2022-23, Partner visas will be granted on a demand-driven basis to facilitate family reunification. This will help reduce the Partner visa pipeline and processing times for many applicants.
    • 40,500 Partner visas are estimated for 2022-23 for planning purposes, noting this estimate is not subject to a ceiling.
    • 3000 Child visas are estimated for 2022-23 for planning purposes, noting this category is demand-driven and not subject to a ceiling.
  • Special Eligibility (100 places) – this stream covers visas for those in special circumstances, including permanent residents returning to Australia after a period overseas.

The Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs can redistribute places between Skill stream visa categories on an ongoing basis to respond to changing economic conditions as they occur.

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Skilled Visa; Image Source: @CANVA

Migration Program planning levels as announced as part of the 2021-22 and 2022-23 Federal Budgets

Visa StreamVisa Category2021-222022-23
SkillEmployer-Sponsored22,000​30,000
 Skilled Independent6,50016,652
 Regional11,20025,000
 State/Territory Nominated11,20020,000
 Business Innovation & Investment13,5009,500
 Global Talent (Independent)15,0008,448
 Distinguished Talent200300
Skill Total79,600109,900
FamilyPartner*
(Demand-driven: estimate, not subject to a ceiling)
72,30040,500
 Parent4,5006,000
 Child*
(Demand-driven: estimate, not subject to a ceiling)
3,0003,000
 Other Family500500
Family Total77,300**50,000
Special Eligibility100100
Total Migration Program 160,00​0160,000

*Planning levels for these categories are estimates only as they are demand driven and not subject to a ceiling.
**The total for the Family stream in 2021-22 does not include the Child category. For planning purposes, both Child and Partner visa categories are counted towards the total Family stream in 2022-23. 

Skilled Visa; Image Source: @CANVA

Program size and composition

The size and composition of the Migration Program are set each year alongside the Australian Government’s Budget process.

To inform the planning levels and policy settings of the 2022-23 Migration Program, the Department of Home Affairs (the Department) consulted widely with state and territory governments, representatives of academia, industry, unions and community organisations between November and December 2021.

The Department also invited public submissions as part of the 2022-23 Migration Program planning process. This process has now closed. See Australia’s 2022-23 Migration Program for additional information.

Public submissions, economic and labour force forecasts, international research, net overseas migration and economic and fiscal modelling are all taken into account when planning the program.

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State and Territory nominated visa categories – ​2022-23 nomination allocations​

​​Under the 2022-23 Migration Program settings, nomination allocations are made available to States and Territories in the following visa categories:

  • Skilled – Nominated (subclass 190)
  • Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) (subclass 491)
  • Business Innovation and Investment Program (BIIP)
Skilled Visa; Image Source: @CANVA

States and Territories each assess eligible applicants against criteria unique to their jurisdiction.

Further information on State and Territory nomination requirements can be found at:

Following consultation with States and Territories, the following nomination levels have been allocated for 2022-23:

State and Territory nominated visa allocations​​​​

StateSkilled Nominated (Subclass 190) VisaSkilled Work Regional (Subclass 491) visaBusiness Innovation and Investment Program (BIIP)
ACT8001,920​​10
NSW7,1604,870260
NT60084015
QLD3,0001,200235
SA2,7003,18070
TAS2,0001,35010
VIC9,0002,400170
WA5,3502,79040
Total​30,61018,550810
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