The Policy Pitch reading list: resetting permanent skilled migration after the pandemic
Learn about permanent skilled migration post-pandemic with these free online and print resources, and join us for a live webinar discussion on Thursday 27 May 2021 to hear from experts in the industry.
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- Interim report of the inquiry into Australia's skilled migration program. Includes submissions received by the inquiry. March 2021.
- A good match: optimising Australia's permanent skilled migration. CEDA, March 2021. (See also Migration is a quick fix for skills shortages. Building on Australians’ skills is better. Pi-Chen Set and Janice Jones, The Conversation, 21 April 2021.)
- Visa statistics. Statistics and reports on visit, study, work, migration, and humanitarian visas. Department of Home Affairs, June 2020. (See also Migration–permanent and temporary visa trends. Henry Sherrell, Parliamentary Library Briefing Book, July 2019.)
- COVID-19 impacts on immigration law and policy. Ron Kessels, LSJ: Law Society of NSW Journal, July 2020. Succinct survey of legal situation, referring to changes flagged to Skilled occupation list. (Login required)
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