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Thursday, 5 December 1974
Page: 4837


Mr MacKellar asked the Minister for Labor and Immigration, upon notice:

(1)   How many persons have been granted migrant visas for entry to Australia from (a) Hong Kong, (b) the Philippines, (c) Burma, (d) India, (e) Bangladesh. (f) Sri Lanka.

(g)   Malaysia, (h) Singapore, (i) Indonesia, (j) Fiji, (k) the United Kingdom, (I) Sweden, (m) Germany, (n) Spain, (o) Italy, (p) Greece, (q) Turkey, (r) Lebanon, (s) Chile and (t) Iran.

(2   ) What is their nationality, and where were they born.


Mr Clyde Cameron (HINDMARSH, SOUTH AUSTRALIA) - I am advised as follows:

Migrant Visas issued to Persons by Country of Issue

 

Statistics for migrant visas issued, by nationality and place of birth, are not available.

* United Kingdom figures are not comparable as British Europeans do not require migrant visas for Australia until after January 1st 1975.







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