‘Immigration SA would like to announce that we have met our Federal quota of Subclass 188 and 132 business nomination approvals for the 2018/19 financial year’
The Immigration South Australia’s website contains the following announcement:
18 Jun 2019
Immigration SA would like to announce that we have met our Federal quota of Subclass 188 and 132 business nomination approvals for the 2018/19 financial year.
This has been yet another strong year for the South Australian Business Migration Program, with the number of applications submitted and approved increasing significantly in recent years.
Subclass 188 and 132 business nomination applications that have already been submitted but not processed, will be processed from July 1 2019, when the Federal quota for South Australia resets.
The online application system will remain open, and will continue to accept business nomination applications.
Immigration SA would like to thank all agencies for their continued strong support of the State and look forward to continuing to working with you in the future.
Note: Subclass 892/893/888 and 132 review applications will continue to be processed, as they do not count towards the Federal quota given to South Australia
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