飞出国：近日，澳洲移民局发布了2020-21 移民计划报告，其中配偶移民下签数量为 25 年来之最，超过 72,000 个。
2020-21 年移民规划配额为160,000个，实际下签 160,052 个，其中大部分给了境内申请人。整体下签数量比 2019-20 年的 140,366 个有所增加。
The Government has delivered the 2020-21 Migration Program, including the largest Partner Program in over 25 years by processing in excess of 72,000 places for couples seeking to reunite.
The 2020-21 Migration Program has delivered 160,052 places against the planning level of 160,000 places, with the majority going to applicants already onshore. This has increased from 140,366 places delivered in 2019-20.
签证处理侧重于境内申请人和紧缺领域和职业的申请人。 71.2% 的技术类移民配额和 64.8% 的家庭移民类配额主要发放给了境内的申请人。
对于技术签证，重点是支持澳大利亚应对 COVID-19 大流行，让澳大利亚雇主能够雇用维持其业务所需的工人并推动澳大利亚从大流行中复苏。
Visa processing focused on onshore applicants and applicants in critical sectors and occupations. 71.2 per cent of applicants finalised in the Skill Stream and 64.8 per cent of Family places were delivered to applicants onshore.
For skilled visas, the focus was on supporting Australia’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic by enabling Australian employers to hire the workers needed to maintain their businesses and drive Australia’s recovery from the pandemic.
“我们将继续优先考虑推动澳大利亚经济增长、创造就业和投资的技术签证，”移民部长霍克说。“移民计划将保持灵活性，以应对 COVID-19 引起的不确定的健康、边境和经济状况。政府将继续保持灵活性，并适应全球移民不断变化的情况。”
“We will continue to give priority to skilled visas that drive economic growth, job creation and investment in Australia," Minister Hawke said.
“There will be ongoing flexibility within the migration program to respond to uncertain health, border and economic conditions arising from COVID-19," he said.
“The Government will continue to be flexible and adapt to changing circumstances in global migration," Minister Hawke said.
2021-22 年移民计划的总体规划水平为 160,000 个配额，并延续 2020-21 年移民计划的构成和规划水平，包括在技术类移民中灵活调动配额，提供灵活性以支持澳大利亚的应对管理 COVID-19。
The 2021-22 Migration Program will have an overall planning level of 160,000 places and carry over the 2020-21 Migration Program composition and planning levels, including the flexibility to move places within the Skill stream to provide flexibility to support Australia’s response to managing COVID-19.