Aspiring immigrants will be surprised to know that 1000s of Australia PR Visas have no applicants or very few applicants. These are under the in-demand trades jobs. Meanwhile, thousands of immigrant applicants in other occupation streams have to struggle to cater to the PR criterions.
Australia is one among the top destinations for overseas immigrants globally. Several thousands of skilled overseas immigrants try their fortune to obtain the Australia PR Visas every year. Some skills are witnessing long queues of visa applicants. Meanwhile, for some skill streams, there are no applicants at all.
Australia has allocated 190,000 PR Visas annually. Almost 70% of these are reserved for skilled immigrants, as quoted by the SBS.
The Skilled Independent Subclass 189 Visa is a PR Visa. It has almost 44,000 places allocated in annual immigration planning of Australia. Some of the jobs under this stream such as IT professionals and Accountants are very popular with high volumes of applications. The Department of Home Affairs has launched pro-rata arrangements. Meanwhile, for some occupations, no invites were offered at all in the last fiscal year.
Total of 73 occupations are subject to the ceiling. Out of these, minimum 6 did not have a single invitation offered at all. These are Boat-builders and Shipwrights, Electrical distribution trade workers, Precision metal trade workers, Automotive Electricians, Wall and floor tillers, and Livestock farmers. They account for 9, 603 PR Visa places.
Some Health diagnostic and Promotion professionals, Barristers, panel beaters, glaziers, cabinet makers, and Sheet metal trade workers account for 5,300 Visa places. Just 1 applicant received invite for each of these 6 occupations.
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