Skilled migrants are the new priority in Australia

Skilled migrants will make up very nearly 70 percent of Australia's immigration program as the government gives priority to employer-sponsored visas.
Scott Morrison, the immigration minister said ''the skilled migration program required to match the country's monetary and abilities needs, will likewise give 20,000 additional Special Humanitarian ­places in excess of five years as a major aspect of Australia's humane admission".

The 2014-15 migration programs gives what added up to 190,000 spots including 128,550 for skilled migration, 60,885 spots for family movement and 565 ­places for relocation under the exceptional eligibility stream.

"In employer-sponsored visas, employers will be aided in discovering specialists to fill key positions where they have been unable to discover nearby laborers,'' Mr Morrison said.
His remarks are relied upon to raise the temper of unions, yet he said the moves had been intended to ensure "Australian specialists, who will have less regulate rivalry from autonomous transients who touch base without an ensured employment''.

The monetary allowance says the talented stream will keep on focusing on Australia's more extended term abilities needs, incorporating tending to aptitudes deficiencies in provincial Australia.
On the humanitarian side of the record, the Australian government will welcome more than 13,000 people in 2014-15 through the program, with the government saying Australia will remain one of the top three refugee resettlement countries in the world.
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