The Australian International migrante intake is around 33,000 people a year
43% of Australia's population are australia’s international migrants or have a parent that is born overseas
Esta, (an international migrant) states that she moved to Australia so she could provide for her family back in her home country
Where do they move to within Australia, and why?
Migrants move mainly to NSW, QLD or Victoria as all 3 states have alot of leisure facilities and work opportunities that migrants can take part in and qualify for.
Esta said that when she first moved to Australia she lived in Campbelltown but a few years later she moved into a house near Revesby with her friend so that she could be closer to her work as it is also in Revesby.
The reason that NSW, Victoria and QLD have more work opportunities and leisure centres is because they are states have well-known cities and towns that are located on the costs which means the weather isn't too hot or too cold, they all have large and overpopulated sites which means that there are multiple work opportunities as there need to be more facilities as there are so many people
How has immigration impacted upon your chosen Local Government Area (LGA), and Australia on a national scale?
International migrants bring new skills to Australia that can be beneficial for the Australian economy
migrants can sometimes be the reason people are getting jobs, for example, the government might need to hire people to build apartments for international migrants
returning migrants can increase social reputations on communities
Migrants introduce Australia to different culture by the cultures traditions, foods and beliefs.
the can be the cause of infrastructure development
Loss of young workforce
They can be one of the reason for more traffic as the population in Canterbury continues to growth including the increase of international migrants
Migrants may have conflicts between other cutlers which can bring the reputation of a community down
Jodie (a 21 year resident of the Canterbury Bankstown LGA ) said that she has seen many changes during the 21 years of living in Milperra. She said that "there has been an increase in the cultures that have been introduced into her LGA from Lebanese to Indian".