IMPACT — MEDIUM
The Australian and Indian governments signed an agreement to promote migration for students, graduates and academic professionals to live and work in each other’s countries.
Additional Information: Indian authorities are expected to announce reciprocal program details in the coming weeks. More information is available here.
BAL Analysis: The governments of Australia and India signed the mobility agreement to attract highly skilled workers to each other’s countries and increase economic cooperation. BAL will provide more information regarding the new immigration programs as it is made available.
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