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Australia invites 385 individuals to the recent Canberra Matrix Invitation Round

25-04-24
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Australia invites 385 individuals to the recent Canberra Matrix Invitation Round

Canberra held its invitation round on April 5th, 2024 inviting 385 individuals. Invitations were sent to candidates who qualified for visa subclasses 491 and 190. Whereas 245 and 140 invitations were sent out for visa subclass 491.
A unique score-based Canberra Matrix points system is used by the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) of Canberra to identify eligible registrants who are interested in relocating to and working in the ACT.
During regular Canberra Matrix invitation sessions, the local government invites the most qualified candidates to submit nomination applications. Within 14 days of receiving an invitation, candidates must submit an online application, any necessary supporting papers, and a processing fee to the ACT. The nominee may apply for permanent residence with the DHA if they are approved.
 

Canberra residents

Matrix nominating Small Business Owners

190 nominations: 5 invitations

190 minimum matrix score: 125

491 nominations: 18 invitations

491 minimum matrix score: 100

Matrix nominating 457 / 482 visa holders

190 nominations:  20 invitations

491 nominations:  - 7 invitation

Matrix-nominating Critical Skill Occupations

190 nominations: 96 invitations

491 nominations: 117 invitations

Overseas applicants

Matrix nominating Critical Skill Occupations:

190 nominations: 19 invitations

491 nominations: 103 invitations

 

 

ACT INVITATION ROUND 5 April 2024

Mentioned below are the Minimum Metrix score needed for Australia PR:            

ANZSCO

 

Canberra resident

Canberra resident

Overseas applicant

Overseas applicant

Unit group

UNIT GROUP TITLE

491

190

491

190

1311

Advertising, Public Relations and Sales Managers

90

100

160

160

1321

Corporate Services Managers

90

100

100

120

1322

Finance Managers

125

140

125

140

1323

Human Resource Managers

90

100

100

130

1324

Policy and Planning Managers

90

N/A

185

N/A

1325

Research and Development Managers

80

100

95

100

1331

Construction Managers

80

90

100

130

1332

Engineering Managers

80

90

110

120

1335

Production Managers

90

100

105

110

1336

Supply, Distribution and Procurement Managers

90

100

115

125

1341

Child Care Centre Managers

70

80

70

80

1342

Health and Welfare Services Managers

70

80

95 (28/1/2024)

105

1343

School Principals

100

110

100

110

1344

Other Education Managers

70

80

120

120

1351

ICT Managers

105

120

130

130

1399

Other Specialist Managers

90

100

100

110

1411

Cafe and Restaurant Managers

115

140

115

140

1413

Hotel and Motel Managers

100

110

110

110

1419

Other Accommodation and Hospitality Managers

100

110

135

135

1492

Call or Contact Centre and Customer Service Managers

100

110

125

135

1493

Conference and Event Organisers

100

120 (15/1/2024)

100

120

1499

Other Hospitality, Retail and Service Managers

100

110

100

110

2124

Journalists and Other Writers

90

100

90

120

2211

Accountants

125

140

125

140

2212

Auditors, Company Secretaries and Corporate Treasurers

125

140

125

140

2223

Financial Investment Advisers and Managers

125

140

135

140

2231

Human Resource Professionals

115

125

115

125

2232

ICT Trainers

105 (26/2/2024)

120 (1/2/2024)

115

125

 

Actuaries, Mathematicians and Statisticians

 

120 (31/12/2023)

 

 

2241

 

90

 

120

125

2242

Archivists, Curators and Records Managers

90

100

100

110

      

2243

Economists

85

125 (24/1/2024)

110

125

 

 

120 (24/11/2023)

 

 

 

2244

Intelligence and Policy Analysts

 

N/A

120

N/A

2246

Librarians

90

100

90

100

2247

Management and Organisation Analysts

125

140

125

140

2249

Other Information and Organisation Professionals

95 (12/1/2024)

100

100

110

2251

Advertising and Marketing Professionals

115

125 (15/1/2024)

150

155

2252

ICT Sales Professionals

105

110

105

110

2253

Public Relations Professionals

90

110

100

110

2321

Architects and Landscape

90

100

105

115

 

Architects

    

2322

Surveyors and Spatial Scientists

90

100

100

110

2324

Graphic and Web Designers, and Illustrators

105

115

120

130

2326

Urban and Regional Planners

80

90

90

100

2331

Chemical and Materials

90

105

130

130

 

Engineers

    

2332

Civil Engineering Professionals

105 (1/3/2023)

115

115

140

2333

Electrical Engineers

85 (9/1/2024)

110

105 (29/1/2024)

115

2334

Electronics Engineers

90

120

100

130

2335

Industrial, Mechanical and Production Engineers

90 (15/1/2024)

120 (8/2/2024)

125 (31/1/2024)

130

2339

Other Engineering Professionals

105 (1/3/2024)

135

130

145

2343

Environmental Scientists

85

95

110

120

2345

Life Scientists

85

95

110

120

2346

Medical Laboratory Scientists

70

80

90 (10/12/2023)

100

2347

Veterinarians

90

100

100 (30/1/2023)

110

2349

Other Natural and Physical Science Professionals

80

90

100

110

2411

Early Childhood (Pre-primary School) Teachers

70

95

100

110

2412

Primary School Teachers

70

95

105

115

2413

Middle School Teachers \ Intermediate School Teachers

70

80

115

125

2414

Secondary School Teachers

70

80

125

135

2415

Special Education Teachers

70

80

80

90

2421

University Lecturers and Tutors

90

100

110

120

2422

Vocational Education Teachers \ Polytechnic Teachers

90

N/A

100

N/A

2491

Education Advisers and

90

100

100

110

 

Reviewers

    
      

 

Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages

 

115 (14/12/2023)

 

 

2493

 

90

 

120

135

2511

Nutrition Professionals

70

80

80

90

2512

Medical Imaging Professionals

70

80

80

90

2513

Occupational and Environmental Health Professionals

70

80

105

125

2514

Optometrists and Orthoptists

70

80

80

90

2515

Pharmacists

70

90 (8/1/2024)

105

115

2519

Other Health Diagnostic and Promotion Professionals

70

80

80

90

2521

Chiropractors and Osteopaths

70

80

80

90

2522

Complementary Health

75

85

85

95

 

Therapists

    

2523

Dental Practitioners

70

80

110

125

2524

Occupational Therapists

70

80

80

90

2525

Physiotherapists

70

80

80

90

2526

Podiatrists

70

80

80

90

2527

Audiologists and Speech Pathologists \ Therapists

70

80

80

90

2531

General Practitioners and Resident Medical Officers

70

80

120

90

2532

Anaesthetists

70

N/A

80

N/A

2533

Specialist Physicians

70

80

100

110

2534

Psychiatrists

70

80

100

110

2535

Surgeons

70

80

105

115

2539

Other Medical Practitioners

70

80

100

110

2541

Midwives

70

80

80

90

2542

Nurse Educators and

70

80

80

90

 

Researchers

    

2543

Nurse Managers

70

80

80

90

2544

Registered Nurses

70

80 (5/12/2023)

115

120

 

ICT Business and Systems Analysts

 

130 (28/11/2023)

 

 

2611

 

115

 

120

135

2612

Multimedia Specialists and Web Developers

100

115 (8/1/2024)

105

120

2613

Software and Applications Programmers

100

135 (28/1/2024)

105

140

 

Database and Systems Administrators, and ICT Security Specialists

 

 

 

 

2621

 

105

120

110

120

2631

Computer Network

105

125

115

150

 

Professionals

    

2632

ICT Support and Test Engineers

105

125

115

135

2633

Telecommunications Engineering Professionals

90

105

105

125

2713

Solicitors

120

145

120

145

2721

Counsellors

75

95

110

120

2723

Psychologists

70

80

75

95

2724

Social Professionals

110

145

110

145

2725

Social Workers

70

80

90

120

2726

Welfare, Recreation and Community Arts Workers

85 (4/3/2023)

115

105

120

3112

Medical Technicians

90

100

105

110

3114

Science Technicians

80

110

105

115

3121

Architectural, Building and Surveying Technicians

80

125

100

130

3122

Civil Engineering Draftspersons and Technicians

95 (21/2/2024)

105

105

115

3123

Electrical Engineering Draftspersons and Technicians

80

90

130

140

3125

Mechanical Engineering Draftspersons and Technicians

80

90

95

105

3129

Other Building and Engineering Technicians

80

90

85

95

3131

ICT Support Technicians

100 (30/1/2024)

110

105

115

3211

Automotive Electricians

90

100

100

110

3212

Motor Mechanics

100 (25/1/2024)

125

105

130

3222

Sheetmetal Trades Workers

90

100

100

110

3223

Structural Steel and Welding Trades Workers

90

100

100

110

3231

Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

90

100

100

110

3232

Metal Fitters and Machinists

90

100

100

110

3233

Precision Metal Trades Workers

90

100

100

110

3234

Toolmakers and Engineering Patternmakers

90

100

100

110

3241

Panelbeaters

90

100

100

110

3242

Vehicle Body Builders and

90

100

100

110

 

Trimmers

    

3243

Vehicle Painters

90

N/A

100

N/A

3311

Bricklayers and Stonemasons

80

90

90

100

3312

Carpenters and Joiners

90

110

120

130

3321

Floor Finishers

80

N/A

90

N/A

3322

Painting Trades Workers

80

90

90

110

3331

Glaziers

80

90

90

100

3332

Plasterers

80

90

90

100

3333

Roof Tilers

80

90

90

100

3334

Wall and Floor Tilers

80

90

90

110

3341

Plumbers

80

90

90

100

3411

Electricians

80

105 (17/1/2024)

120

125

3421

Airconditioning and Refrigeration Mechanics

80

90

90

100

3422

Electrical Distribution Trades

80

90

90

100

 

Workers

    

3423

Electronics Trades Workers

90

100

100

110

3
511

Bakers and Pastrycooks

90

100

135

140

3513

Chefs

125

130

130

135

3514

Cooks

120

130

130

140

3611

Animal Attendants and Trainers

90

100

100

110

3613

Veterinary Nurses

90

100

100

110

3622

Gardeners

90

100

135

140

3911

Hairdressers

90

100

100

110

3933

Upholsterers

90

100

100

110

3941

Cabinetmakers

90

100

100

110

4111

Ambulance Officers and

70

80

80

90

Paramedics

4112

Dental Hygienists, Technicians and Therapists

70

80

80

90

4113

Diversional Therapists

70

80

80

90

 

 

90 (22/12/2023)

 

 

 

4114

Enrolled and Mothercraft Nurses

110

90

110

4116

Massage Therapists

90

100

100

110

 

 

 

110 (17/11/2023)

 

 

4117

Welfare Support Workers

80

100

120

4412

Fire and Emergency Workers

70

N/A

80

N/A

4518

Other Personal Service Workers

70

N/A

80

N/A

4523

Sports Coaches, Instructors and Officials

90

100

100

110

5111

Contract, Program and Project Administrators

120

130

130

140

5996

Insurance Investigators, Loss Adjusters and Risk Surveyors

90

100

100

110

5999

Other Miscellaneous Clerical and Administrative Workers

90

N/A

100

N/A

6121

Real Estate Sales Agents

90

N/A

100

N/A

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