Immigration in the past 5 years – focus on NSW

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6 Responses

  1. Immigration says:

    This statistics only shows that Australia is very open on migration. My cousin belong to skilled migrants and he love Brisbane. He’s already a permanent resident and I think he doesn’t want to return home because he fall in love with the place. I never been in Australia but based on my cousin story it’s a place of paradise (I might be exaggerating but this is how he described it) and I believe him.

  2. Jessica says:


    Interesting read.

    Could you please tell me where your statistics were taken from? How accurate are they?


  3. Anonymous says:

    The new arrivals who have been six months or so in Fairfield are still exploring things and places in Australia but what about the others??

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