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Australia to cut migration by 30 000

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The Government's latest plan to address Australia's rapid population growth is to curb permanent migration.

But Abul Rizvi, a former deputy secretary of the Department of Immigration, says Mr Morrison made three key decisions which have contributed to the population problem Australia now faces.
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Mr Rizvi said immigration policy needed to be thought of as a,"long-term lever, not just something you whipped together before an election".

Mr Morrison has signalled a cut to permanent migration by approximately 30,000, the biggest reduction to Australia's migration program since the 1990s, according to Mr Rizvi.

It is the latest chapter in the population conversation in lieu of any formal policy announcement, designed to soothe city-siders stuck in traffic, but not malign the business community, or regional areas, who need growth.

In February, Mr Morrison said a cut of 80,000,"would cost the budget $4 billion or $5 billion over four years".
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Of course migrants have caused the congestion in the cities! They come to use roads, schools and hospitals that they have not paid for. They crowd out the infrastructure that was adequate for the people who DID pay for them. Migrants come to increase their consumption of the earth's resources. Every extra person bumps up Australia's carbon footprint.
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Australia will totally collapse economically and become a banana republic if all immigrants leave as immigrants pay lots of taxes and create jobs as they own many companies in Australia.
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Just a thought... I wonder, when the Australian constitution was created, if they could foresee that Australia (America and Europe) would be exploited by immigration for decades and burdened with supporting immigrants indefinitely, because there are no jobs? Of course I think it is 'nice' to offer children born on foreign soil citizenship, and it is the Christian thing to do (if you really want to tick the morality box) but it is no longer realistic, productive or economically feasible in the world we live in today.
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Australia will totally collapse economically and become a banana republic if all immigrants leave as immigrants pay lots of taxes and create jobs as they own many companies in Australia.
This is quite true Andrea, one of the key drivers of growth in the Australian economy has been strong population growth. Australia's quarter century of uninterrupted growth is due in no small part to a swelling population.
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This is quite true Andrea, one of the key drivers of growth in the Australian economy has been strong population growth. Australia's quarter century of uninterrupted growth is due in no small part to a swelling population.
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