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No one teaches you to become an Australian

Each year, approximately 200,000 people from across the seas choose to make Australia their permanent home. This inquiry had a particular consideration of the social engagement of youth migrants, and what can be done to address issues arising from anti-social behaviour such as gang activity.
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The report of the Inquiry into review processes associated with visa cancellations made on criminal grounds

Long-term permanent residents of Australia from all countries must understand that they are not protected from possible deportation for criminal activity, regardless of the length of time they have lived in Australia.
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Negotiating the maze: review of arrangements for overseas skills recognition, upgrading and licensing

This report aims to address lost productivity and skill wastage in the labour force by promoting an efficient skills recognition and licensing system that is responsive to the needs of both industry and clients, while maintaining Australian occupational standards.
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Interim report of the Inquiry into Australia's Skilled Migration Program

COVID-19 has had a significant effect on Australia’s workforce. This interim report makes recommendations specifically to deal with the economic effects of the pandemic.
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Final report of the Inquiry into Australia's Skilled Migration Program

In gathering evidence for this final report, the Committee considered skilled migration in the context of the other levers available to government. It became apparent that greater coordination of effort across the Commonwealth and across jurisdictions is needed to identify labour shortages and formulate the...
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Final report of the Inquiry into the Working Holiday Maker Program

The focus of the terms of reference for this inquiry was, in part, on the economic impact of the disruption of access to Working Holiday Makers (WHMs) caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Interim report of the Inquiry into the Working Holiday Maker Program

The Joint Committee on Migration has decided to produce this interim report for the inquiry into the Working Holiday Maker Program because of the urgent need to address the substantial labour shortages Australia’s agricultural and horticultural industry is facing for the upcoming harvest season.
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Report of the Inquiry into the Business Innovation and Investment Programme

The goal of Australia’s migration programme is to meet Australia’s economic and social needs through building the economy, shaping society, supporting the labour market and reuniting family. The Business Innovation and Investment Programme is designed to meet those needs by attracting high quality investors and...