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Migration Tasmania

for business and skilled migrants

I came to Tasmania as a student and never left! It is a great place to run a business and our children love living here too.

Bin Jiang

I’ve studied in Tasmania since high school and I now work here as a lawyer. Tasmania offers so many professional and lifestyle opportunities.

Alex Cordova

Tasmanian has some wonderful designers and artists and their work is showcased in beautiful shops.

Michelle Liu

Tasmania has unique festivals and events with delicious food and music to enjoy.

Sally Riu

Important update

The Tasmanian Nominated Skilled Migration Program will reopen with updated requirements to general applications on 29 January 2021 at 1pm (AEDT).

Until this time interim program restrictions remain in place.

Click here to be redirected to our NEWS page for all related information and updates.

(Updated 12/01/2021)
Find out about Skilled migrants visas

Skilled migrants

If you are a prospective skilled migrant who wishes to settle in Tasmania, the Department of State Growth can sponsor your visa application through the skilled sponsored visa and skilled regional sponsored visa.

Find out about Business migrants visas

Business migrants

The Business Innovation and Investment program aims to attract people with a demonstrated record of business or investment activity who wish to use their skills in Tasmania.

Find out about Sponsoring employers visas

Sponsoring employers

Employers can sponsor English-speaking skilled workers from overseas to fill vacancies that require formal qualification and cannot be filled easily from within the Australian labour market.

Latest news

2020–2021 Program Update

(Updated 12/01/2021)

Subclass 491: 3A application restrictions


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

FAQ information relating to Visa State Nomination and other important details here.

Visa State Nomination processing times

(Updated 28/08/2020)