Skilled Nominated Visa Case Study 15 VIC 190


Invitations for Victoria’s 190 visa have been issued for the new financial year, with a minimum score requirement of 90 points.

Last week, Victoria issued a total of 170 invitations for the 2021-22 financial year under the 190 State Government sponsorship.
These invitations were concentrated among applicants with the highest EOI scores in six different industries. The healthcare industry had the highest number of invitations, while the remaining 62% of invitations were distributed among the other five industries.


First round of 190 invitations from Victoria


Minimum score to be invited

Occupations with the most invitations

Advanced Manufacturing


  1. Mechanical Engineer

  2. Engineering Technologist

  3. Electrical Engineer



  1. Food Technologist

  2. Mechanical Engineer

  3. Engineering Technologist



  1. Medical Practitioners NEC

  2. Resident Medical Officer / Physiotherapist

  3. Occupational Therapist

life Sciences


  1. Secondary School Teacher

  2. Food Technologist

  3. Chemical Engineer

Medical Research


  1. Software Engineer

  2. Biomedical Engineer / Industrial Engineer / Life Scientist NEC

New Energy, Emission Reduction and Circular Economy


  1. New Energy, Emissions Reduction and Circular Economy    95

  2. Electrical Engineer

  3. Mechanical Engineer

  4. Developer Programmer / Engineering Technologist


Victoria 188 Investment Immigration News

All 188A visa holders must provide written permission from the trademark or brand owner for their Australian exports.Currently, parallel exports are not allowed for Victoria’s investment migration.

Suppose you have exported goods with an Australian trademark within the 2 years before applying for the 888 nomination. In that case, you must provide evidence of obtaining permission from the owner of the trademark or brand.

Evidence may include:

• Official certificate or agreement from the trademark owner authorizing export activities, or

• Authorization from the trademark owner for export activities with suppliers/distributors. or

• Communication indicating the trademark owner’s awareness of the export intentions of the business migrant (e.g., meeting records, emails), or

• Collaboration or contract agreements between the trademark owner and the business migrant.