Coalition will introduce new skilled worker visas that require three years’ residence in regions as a pre-condition for permanent residency

The Morrison government will cap permanent migration at 160,000 for the next four years, and introduce new skilled worker visas, covering 23,000 entrants, requiring three years’ residence in the regions as a pre-condition for securing permanent residency.

Morrison will on Wednesday unveil his government’s much telegraphed population policy, which will include a permanent migration intake very similar to last year’s and the introduction of two new regional visas for skilled workers.

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