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Anthony Albanese migration rule changes: Thousands of migrants are about to hit Australia


Thousands more migrants could be entering Australia next year with the Albanese government preparing to let more foreign workers in to boost the economy.

Before the Covid-19 pandemic between 120,000 and 150,000 skilled migrants came to Australia each year.

However, during the extreme border shutdown more people left than arrived, sapping the economy of workers.

Treasurer Jim Chalmers has confirmed that increasing migration will be on the agenda at the Jobs and Skills summit with businesses and unions in September. 

The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry wants skilled migration levels to increase to 200,000 a year, up from the Coalition’s cap of 160,000.

Thousands more migrants could be entering Australia next year with the Albanese government preparing to let more foreign workers in to boost the economy

Thousands more migrants could be entering Australia next year with the Albanese government preparing to let more foreign workers in to boost the economy

Last month Dr Chalmers said that target sounded reasonable because labour shortages were a ‘real handbrake’ on the economy.

‘I think as we emerge from that period of…



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