All details regarding Skills Assessments are available on the Department of Home Affairs website:
To be considered for nomination, applicants must demonstrate in their applications that they meet the minimum requirements for nomination. If you do not meet the minimum requirements, the onus is on you to demonstrate why you should be nominated above others who do meet the requirements. There is no guarantee that Migration Tasmania will offer nomination.
All applicants must nominate an occupation listed on the Department of Home Affairs list of eligible skilled occupations. The Tasmanian Skilled Occupations List (TSOL) provides information on skills that are currently in demand in Tasmania. Applicants who are living overseas and do not have an employment offer from a Tasmanian employer must nominate an occupation on TSOL to be considered for nomination. For other nomination categories, we will give high regard to people with skills in an area related to TSOL. As we can only nominate a limited number of people each year, people with TSOL related experience, studies or training may have a higher chance of success.
Migration Tasmania will process applications and nominate according to the priorities set out by the Department of Home Affairs. This means applicants who are engaged in critical roles will be considered and nominated first, regardless of when they apply. Other applicants will be nominated periodically depending upon the number of nomination places remaining. All applicants must demonstrate that they have reasonable prospects for skilled employment that will contribute to Tasmania’s economy.
A: If your visa is about to expire and you may be at risk of becoming unlawful in Australia, please contact the Department of Home Affairs and/or a registered migration agent as soon as possible to resolve any potential issues with your immigration status. https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/visa-about-to-expire .