Beginning a new life in the Australia without the views of the Opera House in Sydney or surfing at the Bondi Beach with the Australian government thinking a limitation on few immigrants from residing in big cities.
Alan Tudge, Cities, Urban Infrastructure and Population Minister told Tuesday that Australian government requires to cut the immigrants number moving to Melbourne and Sydney in a bid to lessen congestion in two most prominent cities of Australia.
Tudge announced setting requirements on visas that require immigrants to live in less popular centers for many years could rise the likelihood that they could live in those places forever.
Australia is one of the common sparsely populated nations in the globe but has an excellent high dimension of its population — presently 25 million people are living only in cities. Approximately two in every 05 Australians live in Melbourne and Sydney alone.
The Australian government is thinking of preventing immigrants from living in Melbourne and Sydney for 05 years after they reach in the country, The newspaper of Australia published.
An expert on transport and cities, Marion Terrill, from the Grattan Institute, Melbourne-based told the government need to develop infrastructure in larger cities preferably than check population growth.
Immigrant advocate in Canberra, Carla Wilshire, recommended that the government spend on services outside Melbourne and Sydney to advance smaller towns more beautiful to immigrants.
Secretary of Unions NSW, Mark Morey, told the proposal of the government could leave immigrants alone, with lesser job opportunities and with lower pay than they would hope for in large cities.
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