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EOIs Submitted for ANZSCO (2611) as of 20/07/2020 points (85-100)

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Dear Department of Home Affairs,

I would like to receive information about the number of EOIs in the submitted status as of as of 20/07/2020, for the following subclasses Business analyst(261111), systems analyst(261112) between 85-100 points?

Thank you so much for your time.

Yours faithfully,

FOI, Department of Home Affairs

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FOI, Department of Home Affairs


In reply please quote:
FOI Request: FA 20/08/00256

Good morning

Withdrawal of Freedom of Information Access Request

I refer to your correspondence of 20 July 2020 seeking access to documents held by the Department of Home Affairs (the Department) under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (the FOI Act).
Your request has been allocated the FOI reference number referred to above. Please include your FOI reference number in all correspondence with the Freedom of Information Section.

As you may be aware, earlier this year the Department launched a dashboard on its SkillSelect website to provide visa Expression of Interest (EOI) statistics. The Department has undertaken a review of the SkillSelect Dashboard to ensure that there is no reasonable chance of an individual being re-identified from the EOI statistics.

The dashboard is now available again and can be accessed via the Department’s SkillSelect web page and comprises a comprehensive library of historic and current statistics in relation to Expressions of Interest (EOIs). The dashboard is a one-stop shop for SkillSelect EOI statistics and is freely available on demand, without any need to formally request the statistics and wait for such a request to be processed. Bypassing the FOI process will significantly reduce delays in obtaining the same information as has previously been provided in response to FOI requests.

As this information is now publically available, you may wish to withdraw you FOI request. If you do not advise the Department that you wish to continue with this FOI request within 5 days of this email, your request will be taken to have been withdrawn.

Contacting the FOI Section
Should you wish to discuss your request you may contact the FOI Section at [DIBP request email]

Yours sincerely,
Freedom of Information Section
FOI and Records Management Branch
Data Division | Strategy and Law Enforcement Group


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