Do you want criminals to pay from their own pocket for the immigration detention before they are deported? If the answer is yes, here is a story you will like. In a media release, attacking the Labor Opposition’s softer approach, Ministers Karen Andrews (Home Affairs) and Alex Hawke (Immigration) say
THE HON ALEX HAWKE MP MINISTER FOR IMMIGRATION, CITIZENSHIP, MIGRANT SERVICES AND MULTICULTURAL AFFAIRS STATEMENT REGARDING LABOR CAMPAIGN TARGETING GLADYS LIU MP The Australian Labor Party is conducting a desperate, dishonest and racist campaign targeting the first Chinese Australian person to sit in the Australian House of Representatives, the
THE HON ALEX HAWKE MP MINISTER FOR IMMIGRATION, CITIZENSHIP, MIGRANT SERVICES AND MULTICULTURAL AFFAIRS MESSAGE FOR HOLI 2022 Happy Holi to all Indian Australians, joining with people around the world in celebrating the Festival of Colours. Our cultural calendar has be blessed with the vibrancy and joy of Holi
Australian Government offers further flexibility for Temporary Migrants Australia welcomes the return to Australia of a range of temporary migrants which will support our pandemic recovery in critical roles. The numbers of – international students, Working Holiday Makers, Skilled Workers and Temporary Graduate Visa holders are very encouraging and show
On 20 October the Australian Labor Party blocked legislation to bring in important new changes to the laws regarding character test under the Migration Act 1958 that would remove more dangerous criminals from Australia. Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs Alex Hawke said the Australian Labor Party
Largest Partner Visa program in over 25 years India has been the second biggest beneficiary of the 2020-21 migration program, only second to China from the largest number of migrants were awarded settlement visas under the program. More than 6,000 Indians partner visa program applicants were reunited with their partners.
Increased flexibility for Australian Citizenship applicants The Australian Government has announced changes that will streamline the pathway to citizenship for some of our most talented prospective Australians. Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs, Alex Hawke MP, has introduced additional flexibility to recognise the unique difficulties faced by
Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Immigration minister Alex Hawke met with senior leaders from Sydney’s multicultural communities to listen to their concerns about Sydney’s COVID-19 outbreak, and discuss the support being made available by the Australian Government. Grappling with a severe second wave, South West and Western Sydney in particular