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I lodged my EOI on 15 April 2019 for 261111 ICT Business Analyst

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Preference is for NSW

My lawyer has suggested removing 189 and 190 from my EOI and focusing on 489 as it may slightly improve my chances.

I want to check if my occupation is available for NSW State Sponsorship and if I am eligible to apply. Any idea how I can do that ?
NSW is yet to publish the occupation list for FY1920

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Sorry to bring the bad news but with 65 you have like zero chances as the current bar is currently around 80-85 with last few rounds at 85. So even if this goes down there is no way you get a chance at 65 before your EOI expires.

No harm in keeping 190 EOI active if it's eligible occupation. Assuming you have separate EOI.

489 for state might give you some advantage if that's on the list and state invites you. Though keep in mind that people with 85 or 90 are also in race for 489 visa. Good luck.

If you can improve some points then I would suggest doing that. Otherwise you would have better chance at 491/494 of you occupation gets nominated for those new visas.

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hey mate, when I lodged my EOI, my lawyer told me I have almost zero chance of getting an invite for the 189 and 190. The 489 is a little more realistic for me. However we decided there was no harm in trying.


I have one single EOI only and I intend to remove the 189 and 190 temporarily, given the recent 189/190 trends. I am still waiting for NSW to release their OL for 19-20 though.

What happens after the 491 and 494 visas launch in Nov 2019 ? Will I still be able to get an invite for the 489 post Nov 2019 ?

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hey mate, when I lodged my EOI, my lawyer told me I have almost zero chance of getting an invite for the 189 and 190. The 489 is a little more realistic for me. However we decided there was no harm in trying.





I have one single EOI only and I intend to remove the 189 and 190 temporarily, given the recent 189/190 trends. I am still waiting for NSW to release their OL for 19-20 though.



What happens after the 491 and 494 visas launch in Nov 2019 ? Will I still be able to get an invite for the 489 post Nov 2019 ?
No harm in keeping EOI active. Keep it active and don't suspend anything. Whatever invite you get will automatically suspend the rest. So I would suggest keep it active as you have the single EOI.

States can only invite till 10 September and 15th November would the last day anyone can lodge the 489 visa. Starting 16 November there would be no 489 visa anymore and 491/494 will get effective.

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No harm in keeping EOI active. Keep it active and don't suspend anything. Whatever invite you get will automatically suspend the rest. So I would suggest keep it active as you have the single EOI.
In that case, why did my lawyer suggest that removing 189 and 190 from my EOI and keeping only the 489 will improve my chances of getting an invite ? Sorry I'm not questioning what you say, just trying to understand why she suggested that.

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States can only invite till 10 September and 15th November would the last day anyone can lodge the 489 visa. Starting 16 November there would be no 489 visa anymore and 491/494 will get effective.
So that means if I do not get an invite before 10th September for the 489, there is no way I will get an invite until 16 November - which will be probably be for the 491. Is that correct ?

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I have one serious Question, that many other members may have.

How can the number invitations be so much different from the number of visas issued for a program year?

Foe Example, in 2016-2017, 16500 invites were given for 189 visa, but the number of visas are 39000 as per the migration institute of Australia.
Very few of the invitees will have a skilled partner and so very few people get an extra visa for an invite. How can the invitation and visa numbers be so different?

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I have one serious Question, that many other members may have.

How can the number invitations be so much different from the number of visas issued for a program year?

Foe Example, in 2016-2017, 16500 invites were given for 189 visa, but the number of visas are 39000 as per the migration institute of Australia.
Very few of the invitees will have a skilled partner and so very few people get an extra visa for an invite. How can the invitation and visa numbers be so different?
You can add your spouse and children to the application irrespective of whether they are skilled or not
So itís nearly 1.8 applicants per grant
Secondly this 39,000 also includes grants given to NZ citizens who donít need an invite but are part of the 189 quota

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You can add your spouse and children to the application irrespective of whether they are skilled or not
So itís nearly 1.8 applicants per grant
Secondly this 39,000 also includes grants given to NZ citizens who donít need an invite but are part of the 189 quota

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Then what is dependent Visas? Dependent visas are granted in huge numbers to partners. Then how can all the unskilled visas granted for 189 invitees dependents be considered under 189, while they have a separate category?

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In that case, why did my lawyer suggest that removing 189 and 190 from my EOI and keeping only the 489 will improve my chances of getting an invite ? Sorry I'm not questioning what you say, just trying to understand why she suggested that.







So that means if I do not get an invite before 10th September for the 489, there is no way I will get an invite until 16 November - which will be probably be for the 491. Is that correct ?
Seems like she is ignorant of how EOI works or perhaps just a way to make you understand otherwise you can check multiple EOI questions in the same forums and it would reflect the same thing that if multiple EOIs then getting on invite one makes auto suspend so that you don't get multiple invites and that's the reason we all file multiple EOIs so that we can get the desired invite. If EOI would have been multiple even then suspending or withdrawal only helps for reducing the overall count as it doesn't harm anyone because that won't get selected. In short removing one EOI doesn't improve any chances. So it's just a myth your lawyer have created. For 489 just make sure the state is mentioned properly and not as Any.

For the dates check https://www.iscah.com/update-dha-new...november-2019/

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Then what is dependent Visas? Dependent visas are granted in huge numbers to partners. Then how can all the unskilled visas granted for 189 invitees dependents be considered under 189, while they have a separate category?
189 is for the families emigrating together while the dependant visa is for the spouse who emigrate separately. For example students, workers, PR and citizen getting married to non Australian and hence need a partner visa to come to Australia. Wait time for that visa is around 18 months and have quota of it's own like parents visa. You can Google the family visa categories and it's number for 2018-2019

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