Because of a high demand and quota being met for the following occupations, they have removed these occupations from QSOLs.
If they have removed your occupation, please do not submit an EOI as it will not be picked up.
Occupations removed from QSOL 12 March 2020
- Onshore, (includes Queensland Postgraduate (Alumni)) and Offshore
- Marketing Specialist ANZSCO 225113
- Finance Manager ANZSCO 132211
Occupations removed from QSOL 25 November 2019
- Onshore and Offshore -IT
- ICT Business Analyst ANZSCO 261111
- Systems Analyst ANZSCO 261112
- Developer Programmer ANZSCO 261312
- Software Engineer ANZSCO 261313
- Software and Applications Programmers nec ANZSCO 261399
- ICT Security Specialist ANZSCO 262112
- Computer Network and Systems Engineer ANZSCO 263111
- Analyst Programmer ANZSCO 261311
- Onshore –Accounting
- Accountant (General) ANZSCO 221111
- Management Accountant ANZSCO 221112
- Taxation Accountant ANZSCO 221113
- External Auditor ANZSCO 221213
- Internal Auditor ANZSCO 221214
- Offshore -Engineering
- Civil Engineer ANZSCO 233211
- Mechanical Engineer ANZSCO 233512
- Electrical Engineer ANZSCO 233311
- Engineering Technologist ANZSCO 233914
Queensland Skilled Migration Nomination Program from India
Queensland Skilled Migration Nomination Program is one of the easiest ways to immigration to Australia under Subclass 190. An applicant nominated by the state government for the skilled nomination program in Queensland must live and work in the state for minimum of 2 years and must provide the contact and employment details once settled in Queensland. Queensland gives the opportunity to skilled and qualified migrants to join the community and contribute to their growing economy and lifestyle. This nomination program nominates the skilled workers who are high in demand for both the provisional as well as permanent residency to live and work in Queensland.
The nomination program was introduced to fill the state skilled shortages within their local labour market. The state or territory nominates the skilled migrant under a broad occupational list to live and work in Queensland.
Benefits of living in Queensland under Subclass 190 and 489
- Queensland State has affordable housing
- High standard of living
- It is one of the safest places for you and your family to live
- Queensland State in Australia with 6 international airports
- Queensland subtropical and tropical climate
- Queensland State has stable economy
- Queensland state has modern infrastructure of roads and public transport
- Candidate will be provided with world class education system and advanced health services
Queensland Skilled Nomination Occupation List (QSOL) 2020
Candidate before applying for Subclass 189 or Subclass 489 has in Queensland has to make sure that his occupation list is there in the Occupation list of Queensland.
QUEENSLAND SKILLED OCCUPATION LISTS (QSOL)
QLD Queensland Skilled Occupations List state has now released its new nomination criteria and the new QSOL for the migration program 2020-21. Queensland is looking for skilled migrants in occupations that have been identified as being in shortage in Queensland. If you wish to migrate and work in Queensland, you must first obtain a visa. State nominated visas allow you to live and work in Queensland and fall into two categories:
- Subclass 489 visas – applicant must be living in a regional area of Queensland for 3 months.
- Must be working full-time in the nominated occupation for Subclass190 visa (for 6 months); and for 489 visa (for 3 months). Full time work is considered to be 35 hours per week.
- Applicant must have evidence of ongoing employment for 1 year with a registered Queensland employer.
- Minimum 2 years of post-qualification work experience in the nominated occupation.
- Overseas PhD Graduates: If you have job offer (for 12+ months or more) from a Queensland registered business, the work experience requirement may be waived.