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Planning Levels 2020-2021

icomanmanicomanman ManilaPosts: 28Member

Hello Everyone,

Did anyone look at the planning levels/allocations for 2020-2021?

Like many members here, I am also monitoring updates from DHA re skilled migration programs. I have this puzzle in mind about the planning levels/allocations for 2020-2021 in relation to the number of invitations that would be issued this April (last quarter round).

As of January 2021
Skilled Independent (189) = 1192 / 6500 = 18.34%
Skilled Nominated (190) = 2648 / 11200 = 23.64%
Regional (491 – Family) = 1692 / 11200 = 15.11% (no data outside of family-sponsored so could be higher)

Historically, the numbers are always above 80% (the least figure I could remember). Now we might say that “the pandemic, you know.”, BUT the allocations were made in the middle of the pandemic, while addressing the current (and supposedly future) issues. Furthermore, part of the recovery response was highlighted too (i.e., PMSOL, targeted draws and may probably also why the 189 allocations were reduced from 18k+ down to 6500).

Ang palaisipan sa isip ko eh: maghahabol kaya sila? Last quarter na. Ano sa tingin nyo?

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Planning Levels

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  • Capuccino_2017Capuccino_2017 Philippines
    Posts: 30Member
    Joined: Dec 15, 2020

    @icomanman said:
    Hello Everyone,

    Did anyone look at the planning levels/allocations for 2020-2021?

    Like many members here, I am also monitoring updates from DHA re skilled migration programs. I have this puzzle in mind about the planning levels/allocations for 2020-2021 in relation to the number of invitations that would be issued this April (last quarter round).

    As of January 2021
    Skilled Independent (189) = 1192 / 6500 = 18.34%
    Skilled Nominated (190) = 2648 / 11200 = 23.64%
    Regional (491 – Family) = 1692 / 11200 = 15.11% (no data outside of family-sponsored so could be higher)

    Historically, the numbers are always above 80% (the least figure I could remember). Now we might say that “the pandemic, you know.”, BUT the allocations were made in the middle of the pandemic, while addressing the current (and supposedly future) issues. Furthermore, part of the recovery response was highlighted too (i.e., PMSOL, targeted draws and may probably also why the 189 allocations were reduced from 18k+ down to 6500).

    Ang palaisipan sa isip ko eh: maghahabol kaya sila? Last quarter na. Ano sa tingin nyo?

    Sources:
    Invitations
    Planning Levels

    Hi @icomanman
    sa tingin ko, after this april round , DHA will change their landscape, hopefully mag landslide nga ng invitations. mass migration.. praying for that.. 🙏🏻
    I think mas nag iingat lang sila na di makapasok ang covid at ma overwelm ang nga hotels nila.. pinag aaralan nila mabuti.. how to open their economy. kahit gusto nila magpapasok ng mga visa holders parang super ingat sila.. yun lang yun feeling ko..
    at the same time may mga issue pa sa vaccination nila for their citizens, ilang percent pa lang ang nabakunahan nila and only one type of vaccine is being administered which is Astrazeneca nga.. unlike for example SG, three types of vaccine(pfizer, moderna and Sinovac) ang approved for use. so kung for example may issue sa sinovac naka hold sya pero on going ang moderna at pfizer.. on going ang vaccination hindi sila uurong sulong.. yun lang napansin ko.. sa AU only astra so pag may issue sa Astra, stop ang vaccination uurong ang target date na dapat ilang percentage ng population ang mababakunahan..
    and may nabasa ako na na namention ni Ms Rhea that theres a push na mga list of occupations to be added to PMSOL. like chefs and mostly are in the engineering field, so madami na ipa priority, pasok na din ang offshore once nasa priority list na sila.. may nabasa din ako this coming April 12 they will have a meeting sa Gov so hopefully makapag discuss sila ng concrete plan.. Im also patiently waiting..

  • icomanmanicomanman Manila
    Posts: 28Member
    Joined: Jan 21, 2019

    Thank you @Capuccino_2017 . Hoping for mass invites din. Kasi kung tutuusin, pwede naman nila i arrange yung pag pasok ng migrants na hindi sabay sabay or by batch depende sa conditions ng visa. Also, taking into account yun processing times eh hindi naman agad agad ma ga grant.

    Re PMSOL, hindi ako hopeful dito kasi sa pagkaka intindi ko, PMSOL is mostly for employer-sonsored and active applications (not EOIs). Besides, sabi naman sa page eh may certain visas lang ang pasok dito: PMSOL

    Yung mga nangyaring offshore invitations eh based sa targeted occupations na sinabi rin naman nila.

  • Capuccino_2017Capuccino_2017 Philippines
    Posts: 30Member
    Joined: Dec 15, 2020

    @icomanman said:
    Thank you @Capuccino_2017 . Hoping for mass invites din. Kasi kung tutuusin, pwede naman nila i arrange yung pag pasok ng migrants na hindi sabay sabay or by batch depende sa conditions ng visa. Also, taking into account yun processing times eh hindi naman agad agad ma ga grant.

    Parang ang napansin ko depende din ata sa need ng every state.. like Victoria Student visa ang nasa priority nila not the skilled, then ang NSW sa skilled namn ang gusto nya na iprioritise.. good point nga yun, na batch by batch na lang nila papasukin at iquarantine, at kung ano lang muna visa holders ang priority ng bawat state.. 👍

    Re PMSOL, hindi ako hopeful dito kasi sa pagkaka intindi ko, PMSOL is mostly for employer-sonsored and active applications (not EOIs). Besides, sabi naman sa page eh may certain visas lang ang pasok dito: PMSOL

    oh i see, base kase sa nabasa from an agent in this forum din is advising yun mentioned occupations na possible na ma add sa PMSOL , for them to get ready and submit EOI’s as soon as possible.. so pag kaintindi ko is to lodge the EOI and may chance na mainvite even offshore..

  • icomanmanicomanman Manila
    Posts: 28Member
    Joined: Jan 21, 2019

    Sana nga mali ako ng pagka initindi. Sana yung sinasabi dyan na visa applications eh kasama ang mga nasa EOI ng 189/190/491. Kaso nakalagay din sa baba yung mismong visa subclasses and wala yang 3 doon. So ewan. Hintay pa rin...

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