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Weizhou, New State, has begun to reduce the population growt
Guide reading: This suggests that the new state has begun to implement the Becky Lotus target of halving the immigration growth rate from 103,198 in the past, although her government must make decisions on foreign students or skilled workers to achieve its goal.
According to a new analysis revealing key ways to reduce population intake, Australia's largest state has begun slowing population growth ahead of an important meeting next month to negotiate Australia's permanent immigration quota.
 
Over the past year, the population growth rates of Victoria and New State have declined and are expected to decline again, but the two states will have to reduce preferential measures for enrolling foreign students in order to further reduce population growth.
 
Previously, the two states had invested heavily in promoting international education in Melbourne and Sydney, helping Australia's overseas students grow to more than 500,000 last year.
 
Although Gladys Berejiklian has demanded that the number of immigrants be cut in half, her own government has demanded at least 6,000 visas for skilled workers in previous negotiations with the federal government.
 
New State has also invested taxpayer money in the StudyNSW program to attract foreign students, which accounts for a large proportion of the state's overseas immigrants.
 
Abul Rizvi, former deputy civilian director of the Immigration Department, told Fairfax media that demographic data over the past five years showed that the ambition to reduce immigration intake by 50% was possible.
 
"According to my preliminary calculation, by 2018-19, the net number of overseas immigrants in New State may fall to between 50,000 and 80,000 a year," Ritzway said.
 
"If the current employer-sponsored immigration policy continues, forcing most overseas students to leave New State to obtain temporary and subsequent permanent immigration guarantees from other state governments, the number could be close to 50,000."
 
"To ensure that this figure is close to 50,000 or even lower per year, the New State Government may stop guaranteeing business and technical immigrants in the New State, as in recent years, about 6,000 people per year."
 
"It may also stop its StudyNSW program, which encourages overseas students to study in New State."
 
"If the Victorian government wants to, it can do the same."
 
Weizhou, New State, has begun to reduce the population growth rate and is afraid of increasing the difficulty of studying in Australia.
 
Like Xinzhou, the government of Weizhou has vigorously promoted its higher education and designated international education as one of the preferred industries in the future of the State - highlighting the changes in immigration policy will curb the problems of the industry.
 
Australian Prime Minister Morrison is preparing to meet with state governors on December 12 to hear their views on the National Immigration plan, but he has said he wants to cut the annual permanent immigration quota by 30,000 people.
 
Ritzway's analysis shows that as of March, the population of Weizhou had increased 137,395, compared with 153,957 last year. The net number of overseas migrants was 83,703, down from 89,909 last year.
 
As of March, the annual growth rate in New State was 113,080, compared with 135,409 last year. The net number of overseas migrants was 90,060, down from 103,198 in the previous year.
 
This suggests that the new state has begun to implement the Becky Lotus target of halving the immigration growth rate from 103,198 in the past, although her government must make decisions on foreign students or skilled workers to achieve its goal.