The group’s newly launched service expedites the process for applicants interested in the country’s immigration program, revamped for 2022-2023, intended to boost the economy’s productive capacity and address labour market skill shortages.
Australia’s permanent migration program aims to accomplish a variety of economic and social goals that are in line with the country’s needs. Most economists on record in Australia believe the country should aim for at least 190,000 migrants each year, up from the 160,000 per year target established pre-pandemic.
Under the recently unveiled plan, the government has opted to maintain the previous target levels – for now – but increase the allocations for skilled workers by 30,000, demonstrating the impact of the pandemic on labour shortages. Furthermore the program’s ‘family stream’ allows for partners, children, parents, and other family members to secure visas and pathways to citizenship.
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