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Booklet - 'Australia Welcomes Business People', Department of Immigration and Ethnic Affairs, circa 1994 Document Reg. No: SH 980500

Summary:
Booklet titled 'Australia Welcomes Business People', published by the Department of Immigration and Ethnic Affairs and printed by Inprint Limited, circa 1994. The booklet outlines the process of applying to immigrate under the business skills migration category and provides the points test so prospective migrants can see whether they meet the skill and other requirements for this migration category.
Description:
A4 sized booklet with thin red cardboard covers and 28 glossy pages. Inside the back pocket is a quadrant shaped pocket which holds an A4 sized booklet with glossy covers and 4 mat pages. Behind this, glued to the back cover, is a manila pocket with library issuing details. The cover is red, with a photograph of Ayers Rock and two businessmen shaking hands, along with a small amount of gold text. Inside is text and photographs aimed at attracting business migrants to Australia.
Acquisition Information:
Collected, 1998
Discipline: History
Dimensions: 30.50 cm (Height), 21.30 cm (Length)

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Tagged with: immigration, immigration policies, immigration selection, skilled workers
Themes this item is part of: Getting In, Immigration Museum Exhibition, 2003-2015, Migration Collection
Primary Classification: MIGRATION
Secondary Classification: Orientation
Tertiary Classification: promotional materials
Inscriptions: Front cover: AUSTRALIA WELCOMES BUSINESS PEOPLE/ Department of Immigration and Ethnic Affairs Insert front cover: AUSTRALIA WELCOMES BUSINESS PEOPLE/ Business Skills Migration/"What's Required to Get You Started"
Publisher: Department of Immigration & Ethnic Affairs, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia, circa 1994
Printer: Inprint Limited, Australia, circa 1994

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