The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has released visitor arrivals and departures statistics for the month of November, which reveals that the number of permanent and long-term arrivals into Australia remains turbo-charged.
In the year to November 2019, there were 844,960 permanent and long-term arrivals into Australia, up 2% from November 2018, and only partly offset by 547,920 permanent and long-term departures:
Subtracting departures from arrivals, there were 297,040 net permanent and long-term arrivals into Australia in the year to November 2019, up 3% on November 2018 and way above the 43-year average of 156,745:
Despite the Coalition promising to cut immigration, migrants continue to flood into Australia en masse.
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