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Interpretation of Australia A 50% drop in immigration?
Guide reading:These are just some adjustments to the present fiscal year, and November is the "window period" of the policy. The coup d'etat in November happened with the age of Australia's accompanying children falling to 23 years old. Considering the development
Australian immigrants are about to change their faces again. Under the weight of three hammers, many immigrant visitors feel cool. Let's see what these three hammers are.
 
First: New immigrants "going to the mountains and the countryside" is a foregone conclusion?
According to Australian media reports, in order to prevent the explosive growth of population in Melbourne and Sydney, the new Prime Minister Morrison announced shortly after taking office that new immigrants should be restricted to live in big cities. Later, some new immigrants applying for PR should live in remote areas for five years.
 
A few days ago, Australian Population Minister Alan Tudge said in an interview that the plan for new immigrants to live in remote areas had been finalized and that violators might be cancelled visas.
 
Interpretation of Australia A 50% drop in immigration?
 
The move caused a stir on the Internet, but Alan Tudge said that Australia's demographic structure has now been seriously affected, putting considerable pressure on housing and infrastructure in big cities. Therefore, guiding new immigrants to work and live in remote areas will become an effective way to solve this problem.
 
Although the campaign is only aimed at skilled migrants, not long ago, Australia's population exceeded 25 million. Many people worried that big cities like Melbourne and Sydney could not bear the rapid population growth. Therefore, whether the development will eventually spread to commercial migrants and forced investors to live in remote areas is uncertain, but we still need to be vigilant!
 
Second: New South Wales cuts immigration by 50%?
For the Chinese, Sydney's state of New South Wales is the destination most people would choose to emigrate. But on Wednesday, New State Governor Gladys Berejiklian said he hoped to slash the number of overseas immigrants by up to 50%.
 
Interpretation of Australia A 50% drop in immigration?
 
"The number of New State immigrants has risen from 45,000 a decade ago to 100,000 now," she said. Because of the huge number, our infrastructure construction is far behind the growth rate of immigration.  We really need to stop to ensure that our infrastructure is in place and that our population growth is sustainable.
 
"We need to make appropriate plans for the future, and I look forward to these discussions with the Prime Minister and our federal colleagues, who have invited the States to attend. I want to make sure we can breathe, because we are not yet able to cope with the overgrowth of the population.
 
Three: Western Australia has a full annual quota for more than three months?
Yesterday, in the course of official communication between Xintong and Western Australia, we learned that due to the surge in the number of applicants, the state's 188A immigration application volume will reach the full quota for fiscal year 2018-2019, which is only three months after the opening of the new fiscal year in July this year.
 
That is to say, according to the current application volume, Western Australia will soon run out of quotas, and will face the dilemma of no quotas available in the next time.
 
Interpretation of Australia A 50% drop in immigration?
 
Officials also told us that in order to avoid this situation, the applicants will be screened by scoring and investment, and the quota will be issued from high to low. For many applicants who have just met federal requirements in terms of scores and investments, there is an opportunity to be approved when the quota is adequate, and in the current situation, it is likely to be replaced by more advantageous people.
 
These are just some adjustments to the present fiscal year, and November is the "window period" of the policy. The coup d'etat in November happened with the age of Australia's accompanying children falling to 23 years old. Considering the development rule of Australian immigration policy for many years, this is indeed a time to be vigilant.
 
Therefore, the immediate priority is early planning, early submission, early quota locking, early immigration, do not wait until the day of the coup to regret!