For the following visas, exemptions can apply for the areas of Skill, Age and English Language:

  • Subclass 186 Employer Nomination Scheme
  • Subclass 187 Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme
  • Subclass 494 Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional)

For Subclass 186 under the Temporary Residence Transition stream, the following classes of persons can exempt from the age requirement:

  • academic applicants
  • regional medical practitioner applicants
  • science applicants
  • Subclass 457/482 workers
  • transitional 457 workers under 50

For Subclass 186 under the Direct Entry stream, the following classes of persons can exempt from the age and skills requirements:

  • academic applicants
  • science applicants
  • Subclass 444/461 workers

For Subclass 494 under the Employer Sponsored stream, the following classes of persons can exempt from the age requirement:

  • academic applicants
  • regional medical practitioner applicants
  • science applicants
  • Subclass 444/461 workers
  • Subclass 457/482 workers

For Subclass 494 under the Employer Sponsored stream, the following classes of persons can exempt from the skills and employment history requirements

  • academic applicants
  • Subclass 444/461 workers

Contact us at Tanson Migration to learn more.


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