LSIA

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LSIALongitudinal Survey of Immigrants to Australia (Australia)
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LSIA: Longitudinal Survey of Immigrants to Australia
Evidence from the third Longitudinal Survey of Immigrants to Australia confirms the better occupational outcomes for highly qualified immigrants (principal applicants), where employers play a role in providing a predetermined job for the incoming immigrants (Birrell and Healy, 2008).
(1) The first publication generated from The Migrant Experience: A Longitudinal Survey of Immigrants to Australia devoted one chapter to the issue of English proficiency (DIMA, 1997).
This study of immigrant language skills used data from the Longitudinal Survey of Immigrants to Australia, which followed a cohort of settler arrivals for the first 3.5 years of their residence in Australia, surveying them at three points in time.
The first was the New Settlers' Questionnaire Schedule (NSQS), an instrument informed by the migrant research literature and a longitudinal survey of immigrants to Australia (Bureau of Immigration & Population Research, 1996).
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