Skilled Migration

Government's Call to bring back Skilled Migrants

The Joint Standing Committee on Migration today presented an interim report for its inquiry into Australia’s skilled migration program.

  • 500,000 temporary visa holders leaving Australia during the COVID pandemic

  • Australia's excellent response to the health and economic challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic has made Australia an even more attractive destination.


The Government will now focus to attract highly talented individuals and businesses to Australia.
The report recommends several measures to streamline the system to ensure that Australia capitalizes on the opportunity to attract Skilled Migrants to fill skills gaps.
The interim report makes some positive recommendations:

  • Assist in the recovery from the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

  • A wider focus on long-term reform of the skilled migration program.

  • The report recognized the importance of bringing back skilled migration, to fill essential gaps and to help create more jobs for Australians.

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