Temporary visas

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Report

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.
Briefing paper

COVID-19 and humanitarian migrants on temporary visas: assessing the public costs

This paper examines how unemployment and income loss for temporary humanitarian visa holders impacts on their health and well-being, and projects some of the subsequent fiscal implications for State and Territory governments.
Briefing paper

The impacts of COVID-19 on people seeking asylum and refugees on temporary visas

This briefing focuses on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on asylum seekers holding Bridging Visas (BVs “A”, “C” and “E”), and refugees on Safe Haven Enterprise Visas (SHEVs) and Temporary Protection Visas (TPVs).
Policy report

A fairer pathway: improving Australia's temporary migration program

Temporary migration has grown in Australia considerably since the turn of the century. There are now over 2.4 million individuals in Australia living or working on temporary visas, fundamentally shaping Australian society and the Australian economy. This report outlines the nature of temporary migration in...
Fact sheet

Fact Check: Are one in 10 workers in Australia on temporary work visas?

Australian Council of Trade Unions secretary Sally McManus has called for an end to Australia's uncapped temporary working visa system.
Briefing paper

Women on temporary visas experiencing family violence

This document outlines the various issues that some women on a temporary Australian visa face, in relation to family violence.
Report

Path to nowhere: women on temporary visas experiencing violence and their children

This report draws from data collected by an online survey which was developed for service providers to submit data on women with worked with or who sought assistance from them during the month of August 2018.
Discussion paper

Blueprint for reform

Women and their children have the right to be safe from all forms of violence in Australia, regardless of their visa status. This paper sets out some necessary reforms to help achieve safety for all women.
Dataset

3419.0.55.001 - Microdata: Australian Census and Temporary Entrants Integrated Dataset, 2016

The 2016 Australian Census and Temporary Entrants Integrated Dataset (ACTEID) has been created by linking two rich sources of migrant data together, the Australian Bureau of Statistics 2016 Australian Census of Population and Housing and temporary visa holders data from the Department of Home Affairs...
Dataset

3419.0 - Insights from the Australian Census and Temporary Entrants Integrated Dataset, 2016

The 2016 Australian Census and Temporary Entrants Integrated Dataset (ACTEID) has been created by linking two rich sources of migrant data together, the Australian Bureau of Statistics 2016 Australian Census of Population and Housing and temporary visa holders data from the Department of Home Affairs...