From a Dummy's perspective of Aus immigration the process broadly meant that you had to have 120 points independantly and a job on the SOL to apply for GSM, and if you did not reach 120 points you could make up extra points by obtaining state, family or work sponsorship. MODL meant extra points and those jobs were processed quicker...RIGHT??
Now they suspended the MODL, a new SOL is on the way and there is this talk about state migration plans. My question is what are the state migration plans going to mean?
Does it mean that if your job is on a state's migration plan, then you can apply for immigration sponsorship through that state? Which means some restrictions on where to live and work? So what is the diffs between the old state sponsorships (such as subclass 475) and state migration plans??