(20th of June to the 27th of June)
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In this week’s edition, we first have an article by SBS news. A new poll from Lowy Institute revealed that less than half (47 per cent) believe that Australian migration intake is high. Recipients from the poll believe that migration “creates economic growth” (SBS, 2019).
Then there is the story by nine news. A young boy from Western Australia may be facing deportation due to his disabilities. He has hemophilia, brain injury, spastic quadriplegia, and seizures. His family had come to Australia six years ago from the Maldives. Doctors state that if the boy leaves and goes back to the Maldives, his chances of survival are slim.
These are just a few stories we have found for you. We have many more stories for you to read below.
Up first we have a story by SBS. A recent poll reveals that Australian have changed their views on migration intake.
Secondly, we have a story by nine news about a young boy potentially being deported for his disabilities.
Unfortunately, we have another story about a young Victorian boy who is also being deported due to his health. He has cystic fibrosis.
Furthermore, we have an article by the Sydney Morning Herald questioning the 2017 Amendment Citizenship Bill. There was an Australian Citizenship Legislation Amendment (strengthening the requirements for Australian citizenship and other measures) Bill 2017. However, despite this, no changes have been made.
We have a successful story from one of our clients about Citizenship, click here to read it.
Lastly, we have an article by the Australian. Since 2012, the investor visa (subclass 891) program has generated over $10 billion to Australian economy.
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