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Thursday, 11 September 1958


Mr DOWNER (ANGAS, SOUTH AUSTRALIA) (Minister for Immigration) - We provide that British immigrants, when they come to Australia, may, if they so wish, avail themselves of legal status by the process of registration for Australian citizenship, but by and large, looking at the matter in the broad, one of the glories of membership of the British Commonwealth, especially so far as countries such as Great Britain, Australia and New Zealand are concerned, is that we have complete freedom of movement and interchange of the advantages of the laws of each of our countries.







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