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Stream and Category2022-23
Skill stream 
Employer Sponsored30,000
Skilled Independent16,652
Regional25,000
State/Territory Nominated20,000
Business Innovation & Investment9,500
Global Talent (Independent)8,448
Distinguished Talent300
Skill Total109,900
Family Stream 
Partner* (Demand driven: estimate, not subject to a ceiling)40,500
Parent6,000
Child* (Demand driven: estimate, not subject to a ceiling)3,000
Other Family500
Family Total50,000
Special Eligibility**100
Total160,000
*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.

State and Territory nominated visa categories – nomination allocations

The table below shows the nomination allocated to each State for the 2021-22 program year. Please note that nomination allocations for the 2022-23 program year are forthcoming. The nomination allocation includes visas for Skilled – Nominated (subclass 190), Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) (subclass 491), and Business Innovation and Investment Program (BIIP).

State Skilled Nominated (Subclass 190) visa Skilled Work Regional (Subclass 491) visa Business Innovation and Investment Program (BIIP)
ACT6001,40030
NSW4,0003,6402,200
VIC3,5005001,750
QLD1,0001,2501,400​
NT50050075
WA1,100340360
SA2,6002,6001,000
TAS1,1002,20045
Total14,40012,430​6,860

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Source: Department of Home Affairs – Migration Program Planning Levels


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