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The housing and other service needs of recently arrived immigrants

27 Jun 2002
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The Housing and Other Service Needs of Recently Arrived Immigrants is the final report of the Longitudinal Survey of Immigrants to Australia. The research found that recent immigrants made considerable use of government and other services, varying considerably by tenure, with home owners and home purchasers having the least recourse to assistance, and public and private tenants the greatest. Education and language assistance was the largest single service used by recent immigrants, followed by social services, employment assistance and health and aged care services.

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1834-7223
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2002
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