Since Australian citizenship was first introduced in 1949, more than 5 million people have become citizens. Indeed, the appeal of Australian citizenship shows no sign of abating, with 133,126 people from at least 190 different countries opting to become Australian citizens in 2015-16 alone.
So, what makes Australian citizenship so appealing? And, how does it differ from permanent residency?
There was a time when the federal budget would have given us a clear insight into Australia’s migration programme for the upcoming year. Now it’s down to guesswork.
Last year’s migration planning level was altered from a ‘target’ to a ‘ceiling’ and the migration target in the recent 2017-18 budget remains at 190,000.
Where will Australia’s migration programme go from here? And, what’s the outlook for net migration and Australia’s population over the next few years?
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