Why Middle East many people interested in being a migrant in Australia?
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Why Middle East many people interested in being a migrant in Australia?

Sydney : Australia | Feb 07, 2012 at 10:41 PM PST
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Why Middle East many people interested in being a migrant in Australia? In fact, they dare to sacrifice lives and treasure in order to become citizens of Australia.
According to an Australian citizen, Dorcas (31) which is now working as a government employee in the State of Western Australia, many citizens of the world including the Middle East, interested in settling down in Australia because Australia offers a better life than the country of origin.
"Obviously, they seek a better life and this is available in Australia,".
In addition, says Dorcas, geographical location of Australia from the Middle East and other Asian countries, much closer than with other developed countries, like Canada and the United States who is also a favorite destination of migrants.
Especially for the citizens of Afghanistan and Iraq, said Dorcas, they also make Australia a major destination country for migration. Because, in the region for decades, is still a conflict.
This has led to local residents choose to leave their country to Australia since James Cook discovered in 1778, known as a country rich in natural resources.

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