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For information on the Australian Government’s Migrant Skills Incentive Program and eligibility requirements please click here.

Waiting times: Approximately 5 weeks to assessment completion

Work experience verification processes have been revised as part of ANMAC's commitment to continuous quality improvement. As a result, skilled migration assessments, including re-issues, may take longer to process. Processing times will vary depending on the number of professional references submitted in your application and the time taken to verify all documentation. 

If ANMAC confirms non-genuine documentation, the applicant will be found unsuitable for the purposes of skilled migration. This decision remains for 2 years and cannot be changed.  

Skilled migration services

Skilled migration services

ANMAC is the Government approved independent assessing authority for nurses and midwives applying for Australian migration under the General Skilled Migration program, as stated in Schedule 1 of the Migration Regulations 1994 – Specification of Skilled Occupations, Relevant Assessing Authorities and Countries for General Skilled Migration Visas – IMM12/023.  

ANMAC’s role as an assessing authority is authorised by the Department of Home Affairs and approved by the Department of Education, Skills and Employment . 

Skilled migration services is responsible for assessing the skills and qualifications of nurses and midwives seeking to migrate to Australia.  

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