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LIV makes 18 recommendations for Australia's Skilled Migration Program

LIV makes 18 recommendations for Australia's Skilled Migration Program

By Administrative Law and Human Rights Section

Immigration Regional 


In a submission to the Inquiry into Australia's Skilled Migration Program, the Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) has made 18 recommendations to the Joint Standing Committee on Migration.

The LIV is  concerned  that  the  skilled  migration  program  is  not  currently  meeting  its  intended objectives of attracting migrants who will make a significant contribution to the Australian economy.

The LIV's submission makes recommendations to increase the classification of occupations under the PMSOL, to decrease processing times, and to allow a higher number of visas to be allocated for grant in the 2020-21 year under the 189 Visa subclass program. 

Read the full submission here.


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