On April 27, 2023, following a review commissioned by the Australian government, the Australian Minister for Home Affairs Claire O’Neill declared the nation’s migration system to be “broken” due to Australia’s uncapped restrictions on temporary visa-holders. This system doubles migrant numbers without a clear pathway for them to obtain permanent residency. In a statement to the press, O’Neill said, “Australia’s migration system has become dominated by a very large, poorly designed, temporary program, which is not delivering the skills we need to tackle urgent national challenges. And, that program created the essential ingredients for exploitation of migrant workers.” Following the government’s review, the Department of Home Affairs published a report on the Australian migration system that identifies the major shortcomings of the system. The report contends that “the system fails to prioritize the migrants [Australia] need[s] to enhance economic prosperity and security” and that it is “too complex for employers and migrants.” The Australian government is believed to continue inquiring into this issue and will craft a comprehensive Migration Strategy to resolve these issues.