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  • By Aptechvisa
  • Tue, Feb 22 2022
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Government of Australia initiates modifications in the DAMA Occupations List

The Australian Government has consented to the following amendments to South Australia's two Designated Area Migration Agreements following an annual review, according to Skilled & Business Migration (DAMAs).

Occupation List of DAMA

Under the DAMAs, South Australia has gained a number of new vocations, with a focus on hospitality and tourism, motor trades, agribusiness, manufacturing, and forestry. 

The whole DAMA Occupation List can be seen here

Adelaide City Agreement DAMA Occupation List

The Adelaide City Technology and Innovation Advancement Designated Area Migration Agreement (DAMA) were created to address skill shortages in the Adelaide Metropolitan area. This DAMA enables local firms in South Australia to sponsor overseas workers in the defense, space, advanced manufacturing, and technology industries, allowing them to access and maintain a highly trained workforce.

Agreement with South Australia

The DAMA (South Australian Regional Workforce Designated Area Migration Agreement) was created to address skills shortages in the state of South Australia.

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The skill level and work duties for non-ANZSCO occupations can be found in the DAMA occupation profiles. The 6-digit code 070499 is applied to all non-ANZSCO vocations.

Occupations in Adelaide City Agreement

Occupation Agreements in South Australia

Concessions and Public Relations Routes

Several conventional visa restrictions, such as job experience, English language proficiency, and age limitations, are waived under the DAMAs. The DAMAs provide highly skilled individuals with a permanent residency pathway.

Assessing Authority Skills

For occupations where there is currently no alternative skills assessing authority, the South Australian government continues to function as a skills evaluating authority. Previously ineligible occupations will become eligible for skilled migration as a result of this. South Australian firms can count on Skilled & Business Migration to assist in filling the skills shortage in their industry.