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Please Eleanor , spare me your LNP bashing , we have just endured six years of incompetent and incompetent labor , that has clogged processing channels with thousands of illegal and undocumented invaders . Coalition is in power for a very short time and i am sure will do its best to speed up the process and clean up this enormous mess left by greens and labor. Please keep your labor/green bias to yourself.
At the risk of going off topic - despite what Tony Abbott says, it's not illegal to seek asylum.

Back on topic: first new change to the immigration process that I've heard under the new government: Work rules relaxed for foreign students | News.com.au

Based on this, I'm foreseeing a more relaxed attitude to work-related visas, but I'm still not sure as to how it will affect other visa streams.

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At the risk of going off topic - despite what Tony Abbott says, it's not illegal to seek asylum.
Where you like it or not LNP are now in government and will work towards speedier processing of persons who do the right thing by applying through correct channels and playing by the rules. There are millions of people wanting asylum in camps all over the world wanting to come here but do not have the money to pay people smugglers , I am completely supporting the immigration policies of the coalition government.

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Where you like it or not LNP are now in government and will work towards speedier processing of persons who do the right thing by applying through correct channels and playing by the rules. There are millions of people wanting asylum in camps all over the world wanting to come here but do not have the money to pay people smugglers , I am completely supporting the immigration policies of the coalition government.
Look, I certainly hope you are right about speedier processing - I was simply pointing out a pet peeve of mine.


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I hope i am right too , we have been waining for PMV for almost 15 month with labor in charge , so now you see where this intense dislike of them comes from. Immigration department officials strongly hinted that delays are caused by the huge workload processing tens of thousands of undocumented arrivals .


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thank you gold fish ,and just like you ,if i have some thing to say then i will say it,and if i offend you well tough titties, and for the record i was not bashing the greens or the labor party at all, i was just quoting what our new leader said, but now you have brought up labor bashing i will say one thing , we almost elected an absolute idiot with mark lathem, this time we went all the way. have a nice day.


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Please Eleanor , spare me your LNP bashing , we have just endured six years of incompetent and incompetent labor , that has clogged processing channels with thousands of illegal and undocumented invaders . Coalition is in power for a very short time and i am sure will do its best to speed up the process and clean up this enormous mess left by greens and labor. Please keep your labor/green bias to yourself.

At the risk of going off topic - despite what Tony Abbott says, it's not illegal to seek asylum.
Where you like it or not LNP are now in government and will work towards speedier processing of persons who do the right thing by applying through correct channels and playing by the rules. There are millions of people wanting asylum in camps all over the world wanting to come here but do not have the money to pay people smugglers , I am completely supporting the immigration policies of the coalition government.
Goldfish, I love this!

I don't have a problem with asylum seekers but i think they need to go it about the right way. Like Goldfish said, when they arrive illegally (yes, illegally meaning they arrive with no visa) then they are put into a camp which overflow's, meaning these people have to be processed faster than the people who have done the right thing are desperately waiting in their country for a humanitarian visa.... I realise it's a terrible situation but it's not fair that people who can afford to pay these despicable people smugglers thousands of dollars should get their visa first.

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So, asylum seeker...?


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Goldfish, I love this!

I don't have a problem with asylum seekers but i think they need to go it about the right way. Like Goldfish said, when they arrive illegally (yes, illegally meaning they arrive with no visa)....
I understand the frustration with the situation. Really I do. But it is not going to change the fact that you are absolutely 100% wrong in saying that they arrive illegally. Yes, they arrive without a visa and in any other situation, it would be illegal. However, Australian law permits unauthorised entry for the purposes of seeking asylum, regardless of whether a person holds valid identity or travel documents. That is fact.

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(2) Are asylum seekers who arrive by boat illegal immigrants? | Factsheets | Go Back to Where You Came From | SBS

I am more than happy to provide the exact international and domestic law if anyone is interested.


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I understand the frustration with the situation. Really I do. But it is not going to change the fact that you are absolutely 100% wrong in saying that they arrive illegally. Yes, they arrive without a visa and in any other situation, it would be illegal. However, Australian law permits unauthorised entry for the purposes of seeking asylum, regardless of whether a person holds valid identity or travel documents. That is fact.

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Scott Morrison correct on 'illegal entry' of people without a visa - Fact Check - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

"The verdict:
Mr Morrison is correct.

Based on the definition set out in the people smuggling protocol, people who have come to Australia without a valid visa have illegally entered the country.

That is the case even though these people have not committed any crime, nor broken any Australian or international law."


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Danegirl, you just don't get it, If they are true Asylum seekers no problems. But 99% are illegal immigrants overloading our system

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