SMP NSW

Chantal1

XPdite Sponsor
#4
Het is de SMP niet jongens.Kijk maar eens bij de WHAT'S NEW sectie.Daar staat nog steeds het bekende riedeltje ; Our SMP is being negotiated bla,bla,bla.....
Oef, we kregen hier bijna een hartverzakking.Wel een goeie wake-up call op een saaie maandag :grin:



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lobsters

Account Inactief (eigen verzoek)
#5
:grin: Ik schrok me ook wezenloos toen ik de nieuwe website zag. :shock:
Maar helaas, nog geen SMP nieuws. Het begint nu erg op m'n zenuwen te werken! :w00t:
 

lobsters

Account Inactief (eigen verzoek)
#10
Ok, we weten inmiddels dat we op de NSW SMP staan maar wanneer wordt het officieel bekend gemaakt?
Erg frustrerend... :angry:
 

Familie S

XPdite Sponsor
#11
Gefeliciteerd!!! Dat moet toch ook fijn zijn, zeker weten dat je erop staat!! :up:
Ja, het duurt wel giga lang met NSW!! :mad:
Hoe ben je er nu achter gekomen dat je erop staat??
 

Chantal1

XPdite Sponsor
#15
Hoi,

Op 25 januari is er een mediarelease geweest waarin NSW bekend maakte dat alle beroepen van de Sponsorlijsten op de nieuwe SMP komen te staan met daarbovenop 18 beroepen die niet op de SOL staan.De Lobsters en wij staan er dus ( eerst zwart-op-wit zien :smile: ) naar alle verwachting op.Hebben beide de SS al binnen en in december de aanvraag ingediend.Lobsters de 13e en wij de 14e .Dus dit zou prachtig nieuws zijn !Maar...zoals gezegd...eerst zien dan pas weten we het zeker.



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nesje

New Member
#16
sorry snap ik niet :
welke zijn "alle" beroepen die op de sponsorship lijst staan?
Waar heb je die mediarelease gelezen dan?
 

Chantal1

XPdite Sponsor
#17
@Nesje,


Hieronder staat de mediarelease :


MIGRANTS TO STATE’S NEEDS – BIOCHEMISTS, FITTERS AND TRADE TEACHERS
Tuesday, 25 January 2011
Premier Kristina Keneally today announced the NSW Government will increase the number of migrants that it nominates to live and work in the State each year – and has expanded the number of skilled professions to 138.
"This is about attracting the world’s best and brightest to NSW," Ms Keneally said.
"It is about matching up the needs of the State to the Federal Government’s immigration policies."
New skills include biochemists and scientists and for rural and regional NSW: trade teachers, pharmacists, toolmakers and fitters as well as cabinet makers.
NSW will increase the Federal immigration skilled migrants intake by 15 per cent to 1750 under the State Migration Plan.
The Premier made the announcement with Minister for Citizenship, John Hatzistergos at an Australia Day event celebrating NSW’s culturally diverse community.
Member for Liverpool, Paul Lynch, Member for Auburn, Barbara Perry and Member for Canterbury, Linda Burney also attended the celebrations.
The State Migration Plan outlines the number of skilled migrants nominated by NSW to have their visa processing fast tracked by the Commonwealth each year.
The NSW Government will add an extra 18 occupations to the Skilled Occupation List to better meet demand for skills in Sydney and regional NSW.
This brings the total number of occupations on the NSW State Migration List to 138.
New occupations added to the NSW State Migration Plan include:

For regional New South Wales:
• Vocational Education Teacher (Non Trades);
• Vocational Education Teacher (Trades);
• Corporate General Manager;
• Production Manager (Manufacturing);
• Pharmacist Hospital;
• Pharmacist Retail;
• Chef;
• Baker;
• Pastry chef;
• Fitter (General);
• Metal Machinist (First Class);
• Toolmaker; and
• Cabinetmaker.
For Sydney:
• Financial Investment Adviser;
• Insurance Broker;
• Solicitor;
• Life Scientist; and
• Biochemist.
"The State Migration Plan allows the Government to nominate skilled migrants in occupations where demand cannot be met locally," Ms Keneally said.
"The State Migration Plan gives NSW the flexibility to nominate skilled migrants in a broader range of occupations than those currently offered on the Skilled Occupation List and will further strengthen our economy.
"Since March 2009, more than 182,000 jobs have been created in NSW and the expansion of the NSW State Migration Plan will continue to help our economy go from strength to strength."
The NSW Government will now sign a Memorandum of Understanding with the Commonwealth Department of Immigration and Citizenship to formalise the arrangements.
Minister for Citizenship, John Hatzistergos said: "Increasing our annual intake of skilled migrants will ensure NSW continues to attract workers in high demand industries, such as finance, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology research."
"While State and Territory Governments have always been able to nominate applicants for the purposes of state-sponsored migration, the introduction of the NSW Plan will improve the targeting of skills that are relevant and in demand in NSW.
"The expansion of the Migration Plan is yet another example of NSW supporting the many benefits a multicultural society brings to the economy, education system and community life.
"The State Migration Plan also complements our strategic VET, skills and tertiary education plans in addressing the skill needs of the NSW economy."
The NSW State Migration Plan will now be forwarded to the Commonwealth for formal agreement.
Background:
• The NSW State Migration Plan formalises state-sponsored skilled migration arrangements between NSW and the Commonwealth.
• The Plan ensures that NSW can access new provisions introduced under the Commonwealth Migration Act 1958.
• These provisions allow fast-track visa processing for skilled migrants sponsored by NSW to meet the identified skills needs of our State’s economy.
• The State Migration Plan provides a more targeted approach to skilled migration by allowing NSW to nominate highly skilled migrants in occupations that are not restricted to the new Skilled Occupation List (SOL) used for visa applications under the General Skilled Migration program.
• The NSW State Migration Plan includes 138 occupations, and 18 of these occupations are off-list and are not available under the Skilled Occupation List

Fijn weekend ! Chantal1
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lobsters

Account Inactief (eigen verzoek)
#19
Hoi,

Op 25 januari is er een mediarelease geweest waarin NSW bekend maakte dat alle beroepen van de Sponsorlijsten op de nieuwe SMP komen te staan met daarbovenop 18 beroepen die niet op de SOL staan.De Lobsters en wij staan er dus ( eerst zwart-op-wit zien :smile: ) naar alle verwachting op.Hebben beide de SS al binnen en in december de aanvraag ingediend.Lobsters de 13e en wij de 14e .Dus dit zou prachtig nieuws zijn !Maar...zoals gezegd...eerst zien dan pas weten we het zeker.



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Thanx Chantal1 voor het reageren op de vraag van FamilieS! :smile:
 

Familie S

XPdite Sponsor
#20
Thanks, dus al ik het goed begrijp staat solid plasterer niet op de SMP van NSW.
Dus waren we in cat. 3 beland als we wel doorgegaan waren met Wagga Wagga. :huh:
Lang leve Tassie!! :up:
 


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