The following changes to skilled occupation lists apply from 17 January 2018. Some new caveats (special conditions) apply for specific occupations. Please note, more than 1 STSOL and MLTSSL exists. To ensure that you meet requirements to apply for a visa, book an assessment with one of our Registered Immigration Specialists. Find out more about what a migration assessment involves.
Occupations added to the STSOL
|612115||Real estate representative||Yes|
Occupations moved from the STSOL to the MLTSSL
Occupations removed from the lists
|312112||Building associate *this occupation is still available for the RSMS187|
|142114||Hair or beauty salon manager *this occupation is still available for the RSMS187|
Occupations with caveat only changes
|141999||Accommodation and hospitality managers nec||New caveat|
|221112||Management accountant||New caveat|
|411611||Massage therapist||Wording amendment|
|223112||Recruitment consultant||Amended caveat|
|133611||Supply and distribution manager||Amended caveat|
|221113||Taxation accountant||Amended caveat|
Do you qualify for a visa?
A migration assessment with a registered Australian Immigration Specialist is a very important and worthwhile part of the migration process as it will allow you to obtain precise information for your situation based on updated legislation. Find out more about what a migration assessment involves.