2020-21 Migration program planning levels.
160,000 places have again been allocated, but with a big change between the Skilled and the Family Streams, with the Family stream increasing from about 30% to nearly 50% of the total.
The 2019-20 Australian Immigration program was capped at a ceiling of 160,000 for the year, but in line with the ratio set in 2013, no less than two-thirds of the total program were to be skilled migrants.
The 2020-21 ratio is a major change to this.
2020-21 Australian Migration Program Planning Levels
|13,500||Business Innovation & Investment program|
|72,300||Partner (subclass 309 and 820)|
|3,000||Child (estimate; not subject to a ceiling)|
|49.75%||Skill % of Program|
|48.31%||Family % of Program|
2019-20 Australian Migration Program Planning Levels
|9,000||Regional Skilled Employer Sponsored|
|14,000||Regional Skilled Work|
|6,862||Business Innovation & Investment program|
|39,799||Partner (subclass 309 and 820)|
|3,350||Child (estimate; not subject to a ceiling)|
|67.93%||Skill % of Program|
|29.83%||Family % of Program|
2018-19 Australian Migration Program Planning Levels
|28,850||State/Territory Nominated (+Regional)|
|7,260||Business Innovation & Investment program|
|47,825||Partner (subclass 309 and 820)|
|3,485||Child (estimate; not subject to a ceiling)|
|67.66%||Skill % of Program|
|30.21%||Family % of Program|
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