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Australians are pro-immigration - survey says

Research in Australia shows that a strong majority of Australians believe immigration has been good for the country, which is great news for anyone considering immigration to Australia from India.

The results were part of the 6th annual Scanlon-Monash report,

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It uses various methods to measure social integration in Australia, monitoring attitudes and incidents, such as discrimination, relating to immigration to Australia and social issues. 

The findings are not purely positive, however, as it shows that Australians are increasingly distrustful of their government, and that 12% have experienced discrimination in the last year. This number is higher among recent immigrants, but still shows that a strong majority of immigrants to Australia do not experience discrimination.

84% believe multiculturalism is good for Australia 

Accepting immigration to Australia is not the only issue. As many immigrants bring their own cultures with them and stay loyal to the traditions of their homeland, it's good to see that the survey shows Australians appreciating many cultures. Australia is largely a nation of immigrants, with the native people being very much in a minority now, and the blending of nationalities and cultures has been part of its strength. 

Australia has a strong economy, and has withstood the recent financial crisis better than many other countries. It's a popular destination for skilled immigration from India, as it welcomes medical and IT professionals, engineers, construction workers, teachers and many other disciplines through its Australia skilled immigration program.

There are now around 400,000 Indians and people of Indian descent living in Australia, many of whom continue to celebrate important Indian festivals and events. In 2013, in Sydney, over 15,000 people of many different cultures and nationalities gathered to celebrate India's Independence Day at an Indian-Australian Friendship Fair, and thousands attended public celebrations of Diwali in Sydney and Melbourne.

Little sympathy for boat people

The one glaring exception to the Australian approval for immigration is their dislike for 'boat people'. These are people who arrive in Australia without an Australia immigration visa, usually by boat from south-east Asia. Typically, people arriving by boat have had a perilous journey in unsuitable crafts over long distances. Many are asylum seekers, fleeing persecution in their home countries, yet Australians show little tolerance.

As the numbers of arrivals by boat are small, both on a national and international scale, it's not clear why Australians have such a dislike for people who arrive in this way as opposed to, for example, illegal immigrants arriving by plane. Australia is also one of only 20 countries worldwide to accept refugees via the UNHCR resettlement program. However, the message to anyone wanting to live and work in Australia is clear: be sure to get a visa! With the Australia skilled immigration program accepting thousands of applicants every year, it's easier than you might think. MoreVisas are professional visa consultants and we can provide the expertise and experience you need to achieve a good result.


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