2018-2019 年度澳洲移民配额 － 飞出国
飞出国：澳洲2018-19年度移民配额计划（ 2018-19 Migration Program planning levels）与 2017-18年度基本保持一致，技术移民占比 68.9%，家庭团聚占比 30.8%，总移民配额接近19万。
技术移民类别里雇主担保4.8万，独立技术移民 4.4万，州担保 2.9 万，企业投资类 7260，杰出人才 200 。雇主担保，技术移民配额都比较多。
家庭团聚移民里，夫妻配偶类4.8万，父母类 8675 。夫妻团聚没有问题，父母团聚就很难了。
Fact Sheet: 2018-19 Migration Program planning levels
Migration Program planning ceilings
The Migration Program is designed to achieve a range of economic and social outcomes. The program is set annually, with the total places available capped at a ceiling of 190,000 for 2018-19, unchanged from 2017-18. The total program is broken down into the following streams:
- Skill – designed to improve the productive capacity of the economy and fill skill shortages in the labour market, including those in regional Australia. This represents most places offered (128,550 places in 2018-19).
- Family – is predominately made up of Partner visas, enabling Australians to reunite with family members from overseas, and provide them with pathways to citizenship (57,400 places in 2018-19).
Fact Sheet - Overview of family stream migration has more information.
- Special Eligibility – this covers visas for those in special circumstances that do not fit into the other streams. This can include permanent residents returning to the country after a period away, and is the smallest stream (565 places in 2018-19).
More information is available in Fact Sheet - Special Eligibility Stream.
At least 3,485 Child places will be available in 2018-19.
2018-19 Migration Program planning levels
Stream and Category 2017-18 2018-19 Skill stream Employer Sponsored 48,250 48,250 Skilled Independent 43,990 43,990 State & Territory & Regional Sponsored 28,850 28,850 Business Innovation & Investment Program 7,260 7,260 Distinguished Talent 200 200 Skill Total 128,550 128,550 Skill % of Program 68.9%* 68.9%* Family Stream Partner 47,825 47,825 Parent 8,675 8,675 Other Family 900 900 Family Total 57,400 57,400 Family % of Program 30.8%* 30.8%* Special Eligibility 565 565 Total 186,515 186,515 Child (not subject to a ceiling) 3,485 3,485
* As a percentage of the Migration Program.
Program size and composition
The size and composition of the Migration Program is set each year through the Australian Government’s Budget process. It is informed following broad public consultations with stakeholders, including business and community groups from all states and territories. Community views, economic and labour force forecasts, international research, net overseas migration and economic and fiscal modelling are all taken into account when planning the program.
The Humanitarian Program is managed outside of the permanent Migration Program and is for refugees and others in humanitarian need.