Migrate to Australia
Today, more than 25% of Australians are foreign-born, while more than 40% are of mixed cultural origin. In Australian homes, 226 different languages are spoken; after English, the most popular languages spoken are Italian, Greek, Cantonese, and Arabic. The federal government sets immigration intake numbers yearly. Their immigration policies are non-discriminatory, with all applicants having to meet the same selection criteria. The Australian government is currently focusing on migrants who can demonstrate that they will bring Professional, Trade, or Business skills to Australia. Permanent migrants enter Australia via one of three distinct programs — the Migration Program for skilled and family migrants or the Humanitarian Program for refugees and those in refugee-like situations. The third program is the Australia Business Visa and Investment regime that makes migration of businessmen, entrepreneurs, and investors possible.