Skilled visa scheme nomination declaration




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SKILLED VISA SCHEME NOMINATION DECLARATION
Declaration as to Primary Applicant’s Information

My Full Name is (the primary applicant)
My Agent’s Name (the migration agent)

(if you are using a migration agent)

Further to my application for the nomination by the Victorian Government under the Skilled Visa Scheme I DECLARE THAT for myself as the primary applicant and my dependents:

  • all information provided in this application is true and accurate; and

  • we understand that if providing false documentation, it will not only result in the refusal of Victorian Government nomination, but is also serious misconduct; and

  • we will comply with the attached conditions and limitations which have been explained to me and I understand how these apply to myself and my dependents.




  1. I consider that myself and my dependents qualify for and meet the criteria as set out under the Skilled visa scheme, and that I meet the minimum criteria required to be eligible for nomination by the Victorian Government.

  2. If the application is successful, my dependents and I intend to live in Victoria for at least two years. I understand that this two year commitment commences from the time that my sponsored visa is granted if I am already living in Victoria; or upon my arrival in Australia if I am currently living overseas.

  3. I declare that I have sufficient financial resources to support myself and my dependents.

  4. I understand that whilst the State of Victoria may grant my application under the skilled visa scheme, all decisions concerning eligibility for migrant visas are the separate responsibility of the Australian Government and its Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP).

  5. I agree that, in assessing my application, the Victorian Government may:

  • Pass on my written work history and/or other relevant personal information, consistently with the provisions of the Health Records Act 2000 and Information Privacy Act 2000, to third parties involved in this process; and

  • Contact my employer to confirm an offer of employment (if applicable); and

  • Call for further information from me if required, including requesting an interview.

  1. I also acknowledge that DIBP may require information about applicants, their dependants or families who have applied for the Skilled visa scheme. The Victorian Government may provide information (including health information) to DIBP if it is requested to do so. Without limiting the circumstance in which information may be provided to DIBP, I understand that information may be provided in order for DIBP to conduct various surveys.

  2. Whilst the application form and guidelines for the Skilled visa scheme are kept up to date by the Victorian Government, I understand that the Victorian Government and its officers are not liable for any inaccuracies or omissions in the information provided as to eligibility.

  3. I understand that the Victorian Government is not responsible for finding employment, accommodation, or providing financial or establishment assistance to me or my dependents.

  4. I understand that, if my application is successful, the Skilled visa scheme nomination will be provided with the following conditions:

  • I agree to advise the Victorian Government of my DIBP visa application outcome and migration plans.

  • I must continue to meet my DIBP visa conditions whilst I am in Australia.

  • I will keep the Victorian Government informed of my contact details prior to arriving in Victoria and while living in Victoria for a period of two years (e.g. telephone number and address).

  • If my application is successful, I understand that the Victorian Government may contact me in relation to my nomination at any stage during the period of my visa, and that I will complete surveys if requested by the State, including a survey upon arrival and at six monthly intervals for the two years after visa grant or arrival in Victoria.

SKILLED VISA SCHEME NOMINATION DECLARATION

DECLARATION BY PRIMARY APPLICANT AND MIGRATION AGENT

You and Your Agent (if you are using a migration agent) must read through each of these limitations before checking and signing your declaration document.

Limitations

State nomination is only one element of obtaining a visa to Australia under the General Skilled Migration Program.

The Victorian Government treat all applications for state nomination on their merits. In acknowledging the limitations of state nomination, the primary applicant or agent acting on their behalf is aware that:


  • The Government of Australia, not individual States or Territories, has sole responsibility for granting visas to enter or stay in Australia.

  • State nomination for a particular applicant by the Victorian Government does not constitute the granting of a visa to enter or stay in Australia.

  • Approval of state nomination by the Victorian Government does not in any way imply that a visa application will be approved by the Government of Australia.

  • No unemployment benefits are available to skilled migrants until they have been a permanent resident of Australia for two years.

Primary Applicant Declaration

This section must be completed, even where the primary applicant is using a migration agent.

I,

have read and understood the limitations and declaration above.

Signature

Date

Migration Agent Declaration

This section is to be completed only when a Migration Agent is acting on behalf of an applicant.

I,

acting on behalf of my client

declare that I have informed the primary applicant of the limitations and they are declaring as true and correct as listed above, I believe that the applicant understands these limitations and the declaration.

Signature

Date



Please print and fill in this Declaration, and attach it to your online application for nomination to the Victorian Government under the Skilled visa scheme.
Privacy Statement

Protecting your privacy and personal information is important to the Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources. The Department has implemented technology and security policies, rules and measures to protect the personal information that it has under its control from unauthorised access, improper use, alteration, unlawful or accidental destruction and accidental loss. We are committed to protecting the information we collect and use by complying with the Information Privacy Act 2000. For more information on how DEDJTR handles your personal information go to www.dsdbi.vic.gov.au/privacy.



OPTING FOR EMPLOYER CONTACT

My Full Name is (the primary applicant)

The Skilled and Business Migration Program consults with a range of industry representatives in regard to recognising skills needs in Victoria and identifying applicants who have high prospects of employment in their field.

From time to time, employers or recruitment agencies request to be put in touch with State nominated applicants with specific skill sets for the purpose of filling job vacancies in Victoria.

To indicate whether or not you wish to be contacted by employers or recruitment agencies, you must complete this form and attach it to your online application for Victorian Government nomination.

If you indicate that you would like to be contacted your CV/resume and contact details will be made available to employers or recruitment agencies on request. Note that only applicants who are successful with their State nomination application will have their details forwarded to employers or recruitment agencies.
 I would like to be contacted by employers/recruiters in regard to possible employment opportunities in Victoria.
 I do NOT wish to be contacted by employers/recruiters in regard to possible employment opportunities in Victoria.

Name

Signature

Date



Additional Information
Some employers and recruitment agencies may wish to discuss the option of temporary employer sponsorship with you, depending on how quickly a position would need to be filled. An offer of state nomination will not be affected if you wish to accept an employment offer and be sponsored by an employer on a temporary business visa. Please contact the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) for further information on alternative visas.

IMPORTANT: The Victorian Government’s Skilled and Business Migration Program does not endorse or promote any employers or recruitment agencies and is not able to provide any advice or assistance with regard to the employer sponsorship process. It is solely your responsibility if you wish to accept an offer of employment and/or an offer for temporary employer sponsorship from an employer.

If you would like to know more about temporary employer sponsorship, including your rights and responsibilities, refer to the DIBP website: www.immi.gov.au/skilled/skilled-workers/sbs/

If you have further questions about this form, contact the Skilled and Business Migration Program via email: smp.applications@liveinvictoria.vic.gov.au

Privacy Statement

Protecting your privacy and personal information is important to the Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources. The Department has implemented technology and security policies, rules and measures to protect the personal information that it has under its control from unauthorised access, improper use, alteration, unlawful or accidental destruction and accidental loss. We are committed to protecting the information we collect and use by complying with the Information Privacy Act 2000. For more information on how DEDJTR handles your personal information go to www.dsdbi.vic.gov.au/privacy.






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