During 2013-2014 Indians beat Chinese to become the top immigrants to Australia

June 19, 2015
In order to become the top Australian migrants Indians beat Chinese during 2013-2014

Australia might be the next place of an active dispersal on the USA, UK, and Canada with rising figure from here selecting the nation down through the figures of migration showing that Indians beat the Chinese in order to become the figure one in the category of migrants during 2013-2014.

During 2013-2014, migrants over 207,900 have permanently settled in Australia. On Wednesday, the figures of the latest Australian government has released showing that around one among the five of 207,900 migrants who have permanently settled in Australia have come from India during the year 2013-2014.

The report of the Migration trends of Australia during the year 2013-2014 shows that India has remained the key source nation for the immigrants with nearly 40,000 individuals from India immigrating to Australia in the year 2013-2014. During the similar year nearly 30,000 people who were Indian inborn selected to become the citizens of Australia according to the government of Australia.

Most of the Indian migrants have left the United Kingdom, New Zealand, and China selecting Australia as their home.  Last November, this has been the main reason for the success of the public event of Narendra Modi with the Indian diaspora. The main aspect of the international policy is the diaspora outreach for joining with community which has left India during different points of time in the history of both the recent as well as the old.

The migration continues to be the major element of the growth of the population in Australia. Between the month of June 1996 and the month of June 2013, the born population of Australian overseas has increased by 51.2% to the 6.4 m. The growth in the residents who were born in the overseas is changing the ethnic composition of Australia. The figure of the Australian residents who were born in china has been more than tripled to 427,590 individuals in the previous 17 years.

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