Australian Migration Program Report 2009-2015



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Australian Migration Program Report.

2009-10 Migration Summary.

Executive Summary

At 30 June 2010, the total Migration Program outcome was 168,623 against a planning level of 168,700 which is 77 places or 0.05 per cent below the planning
level.
The majority of the Migration Program was sourced from the United Kingdom (25,738), China (24,768), and India (23,164).

The overall Program can be broken down into:
?½ The Skill Stream ?? 107,868 places delivered (0.2 per cent below the planning level).
?½ The Family Stream ?? 60,254 places delivered (0.1 per cent below the planning level).
?½ The Special Eligibility Stream ?? 501 places delivered (67.0 per cent above the planning level).
https://www.border.gov.au/ReportsandPublications/Documents/statistics/report-on-migration-program-2009-10.pdf

2010-11 Migration Summary.

Executive Summary

The total migration program outcome for 2010-11 was 168,685 places against a planning level of 168,700 which is 15 places or 0.009 per cent below the planning
level.
The majority of the migration program was sourced from China (29,547), the United Kingdom (23,931) and India (21,768).

Within the overall program the breakdown by visa stream was:
?½ the skill stream: 113,725 places delivered (-0.11 per cent below the planning level);
?½ the family stream: 54,543 places delivered (-0.01 per cent below the planning level); and
?½ the special eligibility stream: 417 places delivered (39.0 per cent above the planning level).
https://www.border.gov.au/ReportsandPublications/Documents/statistics/report-on-migration-program-2010-11.pdf


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2011 ??12 Migration Summary.

Executive Summary

The total migration program outcome for 2011-12 was 184,998 places against a planning
level of 185,000 which is 2 places below the planning level.
The major source countries in the migration program were India (29,018), China (25,509) and the United Kingdom (25,274).

Within the overall program the breakdown by visa streams was:
?½ the skill stream: 125,755 places delivered (5 places above the planning level);
?½ the family stream: 58,604 places delivered (4 places above the planning level); and
?½ the special eligibility stream: 639 places delivered (11 places below the planning level).
https://www.border.gov.au/ReportsandPublications/Documents/statistics/report-on-migration-program-2011-12.pdf

2012-13 Migration Summary.

Executive Summary

The total migration program outcome for 2012-13 was 190,000 places, on target with its planning level of 190,000.
The major source countries in the migration program were India (40,051), China (27,334) and the United Kingdom (21,711).

Within the overall program the breakdown by visa streams was:
?½ 128,973 places delivered in the skilled stream (3 places above the planning level);
?½ 60,185 places delivered in the family stream (on target with the planning level); and
?½ 842 places delivered in the special eligibility stream (3 places below the planning level).
https://www.border.gov.au/ReportsandPublications/Documents/statistics/report-on-migration-program-2012-13.pdf

2013-14 Migration Summary.

Executive summary

The total migration programme outcome for 2013 ??14 was 190,000 places, on target with its planning level of 190,000.
The major source countries in the migration programme were India (39,026), China (26,776) and the United Kingdom (23,220).

Within the overall programme the breakdown by programme stream was:
?½ 128,550 places delivered in the Skill stream (on target with the planning level);
?½ 61,112 places delivered in the Family stream (on target with the planning level); and
?½ 338 places delivered in the Special Eligibility stream (on target with the planning level).
https://www.border.gov.au/ReportsandPublications/Documents/statistics/report-migration-programme-2013-14.pdf

2014-15 Migration Summary.

Executive summary

The total migration programme outcome for 2014 ??15 was 189,097 places.
The major source countries in the migration programme were India (34,874), China (27,872) and the United Kingdom (21,078).

Within the overall programme the breakdown by programme stream was:
?½ 127,774 places delivered in the Skill stream;
?½ 61,085 places delivered in the Family stream; and
?½ 238 places delivered in the Special Eligibility stream.
https://www.border.gov.au/ReportsandPublications/Documents/statistics/2014-15-Migration-Programme-Report.pdf

Migration Numbers by the top Five Countries.

India

2009-10 23,164
2010-11 21,768
2011-12 29,018
2012-13 40,051
2013-14 39,026
2014-15 34,874
A total of 187,901

China

2009-10 24,768
2010-11 29,547
2011-12 25,509
2012-13 27,334
2013-14 26,776
2014-15 27,872
A total of 161,806

United Kingdom

2009-10 25,738
2010-11 23,931
2011-12 25,274
2012-13 21,711
2013-14 23,220
2014-15 21,078
A total of 140,952

The nearest next Two countries in the top five are:

Philippines

2009-10 10,160
2010-11 10,825
2011-12 12,933
2012-13 10,639
2013-14 10,379
2014-15 11,886
A total of 66,822

South Africa

2009-10 11,081
2010-11 8,612
2011-12 7,640
2012-13 5,476
2013-14 4,908
2014-15 4,284
A total of 42,001

Source: https://www.border.gov.au/about/reports-publications/research-statistics/statistics/live-in-australia/migration-programme


The information we give is based on personal experiences, reading and formulation of available statistics.
Some Visa Applicants might find an Experienced Australian Migration Agent of great assistance.

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