Tougher to get from the US to Australia than the UK, a new study shows.
It says migrants from the United States, UK and China are “at greater risk of becoming trapped” in Australia’s borders as a result of US President Donald Trump’s executive order barring travellers from the six countries from entering the US.
“As a result, we have seen a significant rise in the number of people who are trying to cross the border from the UK to the US,” said Dr Rebecca Hoggart, from the Australian National University’s School of Population and Global Health, who led the study.
Dr Hoggarth and colleagues at the University of Adelaide and the University at Albany in New York found migrants from China and the United Kingdom, as well as South Korea, had the highest likelihood of entering Australia through the Northern Territory. “
We need to address the risk and to be aware of the challenges in coming weeks and months.”
Dr Hoggarth and colleagues at the University of Adelaide and the University at Albany in New York found migrants from China and the United Kingdom, as well as South Korea, had the highest likelihood of entering Australia through the Northern Territory.
The research was funded by the Australian government’s Migration and Border Protection Strategy.
In the past two years, the number arriving in Australia has doubled, to about 8,000 per week, and by the end of next year, there will be more than 25,000 migrants arriving in the country each day, she said.
“The number of migrants is on the rise, with many coming to Australia through New Zealand and other Pacific islands,” Dr Haggart said.
“Some are highly educated, and some are in their early 20s. “
“So it’s a very complicated migration system that requires a lot of coordination and planning.” “
She said the study was based on information from more than 1,000 interviews conducted over a two-year period. “
So it’s a very complicated migration system that requires a lot of coordination and planning.”
She said the study was based on information from more than 1,000 interviews conducted over a two-year period.
The study used data from the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Act 2013, which established the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees as the “primary representative of the international community for asylum seekers”.
The study also looked at migrant flows from the Central African Republic and Somalia, which are the two countries with the highest number of arrivals.
“Many of these people are coming from areas that are not well-off and poor, but there are some that are quite wealthy, and that’s why we need to be concerned about the impact of the order,” Dr Foy said.
Dr Hagan said the United Nation had been working with the United Arab Emirates and Egypt to help the Central American countries address the challenges.
“Our focus has been on the Central Americans and the Central Asians, who are more vulnerable,” she said, “but we have also been looking at the Middle East, which is a lot more of a problem in the Gulf and in the Mediterranean.”
The study is part of a larger trend to increase the numbers of people from Asia, Africa and South America who are coming to the United State in search of better lives.
“If we don’t address the issue of economic inequality and inequality in migration, it is going to have an impact on the people who come to this state, and if we can’t provide a better quality of life for those people, then we’re not going to be able to get the number back up,” Dr Dr Huggart said in an interview with ABC News.
‘Not going to happen’ Dr Haughey said while it was important to take a long-term view on the future of migration, the findings did not mean that it was impossible for a country to reverse course.
“What I don’t think is that we’re going to see a dramatic turnaround,” she told the ABC.
“But it’s going to take some really serious effort.”
It’s going for a long time to come, and it’s not going be a quick turnaround.
“It’s a long process, and we can get there but we have to do it now.”