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Wednesday, 28 April 1965


Senator ANDERSON - I agree that far too often statements are made about Australia's migration policy that are not accurate and that tend to give a false impression. It is my understanding that the Canadian migration processes are as the honorable senator has indicated. She has suggested that I should ask the Minister for Immigration to consider having an appropriate statement prepared and to consider having it distributed when passports are issued. I shall certainly place the honorable senator's questions before my colleague, and I am quite certain that he will give very serious consideration to them. We have nothing to be ashamed of in relation to our migration policy. It is desirable that everybody throughout the world should know precisely what is being done in this country in this connection.







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