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At the outset let me declare my interest in this speech as a Registered Migration Agent, Accredited Specialist Immigration Lawyer, and Australian Citizen.   None of these characteristics disqualifies me from having an opinion. 

The Annual John Curtin lecture by Senator Keneally, albeit it in a partisan forum, exposes some interesting problems, but does not posit any solutions.


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For Australia's 'internet brides', the reality of wedded bliss is abuse and exploitation

Between 3,000 and 7,000 people move to Australia on 'Prospective Marriage' visas each year. An explosion of social media sites promoting prospective young Asian brides has caused a spike in abuse and exploitation, with reports some women are being held captive in suburban homes in situations that could constitute human trafficking.

Key points:Up to 7,000 people move to Australia on 'Prospective Marriage' visas each year.

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In the past two years, Australia has secured 0 human trafficking convictions. Let’s be clear here: this is not because human trafficking doesn’t occur in Australia. In fact, Australia is a prime destination country for trafficking, with many Asian women and children being trafficked into Australia as sex slaves. It happens, and it happens right under our noses, often in illegal brothels and often in the most unsuspecting of suburbs. Many Melbournians would be surprised to learn that a notorious Thai sex slave trafficking racket was based at the (now closed!) Clifton Hotel, right in the middle of prestigious Kew Junction. 

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