Under the leadership of new Prime Minister Scott Morrison, Australia has been going through major and powerful Immigration changes and embedment. As per the intended plan by Prime Minister, all the states will be asked to give an outline about their annual immigration intake. This would conclusively put major roles to the states in deciding the yearly immigration take in their particular states and territories.
As per the latest reports, the government is pondering to make some important changes in Australia Immigration programs and in addition to that, a policy is being set to give full right to states in deciding the annual intake of immigrants. Presently, the Australian Government allows 190,000 immigrants including skilled and family class expats. Under the Skilled Migration Stream, there are various visa categories through which an immigrant can migrate to the Kangaroo land. According to the media sources, this discussion has been debated among the Senior officials of the government.
As we know, the Australian States plays an important role in the Immigration process. The states make sure how many applicants they want to invite as well as provide evidence related to the infrastructure facilities to the population in different regions of the state. The states must be capable enough to handle the population that arises due to the annual immigration intake.
Previously, under the house of the former government, there were fewer intakes of immigrants i.e. 160,000 as compared to the annual cap limit which is 190,000, and this ultimately disappointed many sectors of several Industries and companies. And, even various Business groups were unhappy with the shrinkage in immigration rate of the nation.
With the newly appointed cabinet, Immigrants are hoping for the new policies in the support of immigrants. Even, the new government is concentrating on the immigration scenario and looking for the best streams and policies to improve Immigration situation. If you have any plans to settle in Australia and looking for the assistance, you can dial official helpline +91-7042184185 or write down your queries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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