My daughter is a proud Australian citizen who is proud to be a woman, she told the ABC’s AM program.
My son is a strong Australian citizen.
“I’m proud to have come to Australia,” the 36-year-old woman said.
“Australia is a very good country to be from.”
Her son, 25-year old Michael, is a dual citizen of the US and Australia.
“We’re both proud to belong here,” she said.
I’m a father of two kids, I’m proud of all of them, she said, but she said she had to tell her son to stay in the US.
“He’s a grown man now,” she told AM.
“If he wants to come to the US, he’ll have to go to the Immigration Department.”
My kids will live here, she warned. “
My kids will be in the country for two or three years, and then they’ll go back home.”
My kids will live here, she warned.
“But I have a message for my kids: I’m not a country, I don’t belong here.”
I don`t belong here, I told the program.
“You have to do something about it, you have to say something,” she explained.
‘It`s not right’ In the last few months, many parents have told stories of children being forced to leave the country.
They are either born here, or have parents who are.
“They come to this country with their parents,” one Australian mother told the programme.
“These kids are born here and they are here. “
I don�t want them to have to leave.” “
These kids are born here and they are here.
I don�t want them to have to leave.”
Ms Martin said she was disappointed by the Government`s decision, but also worried about the children who were left behind.
You don`re going to be safer.” “
That`s why I said to my husband: ‘I don`ve got to be here to be safe’.” “I can`t stay here.
You don`re going to be safer.”
Australian Migration Minister Scott Morrison says Australia will not stop refugees being taken away from families and communities like this.
He says the Government has “the strongest system of immigration in the world”.
He says Australia has a high level of immigration and has a low level of detention centres.
“As far as I can tell, Australia has the strongest system in the region, which includes immigration detention, detention in community detention, community detention in regional processing centres,” he told the media on Tuesday.
“So there`s no way of reducing that number of places, as there are more places.”
“As I have said many times before, this government is not going to turn its back on people in need,” he added.
Mr Morrison told the interviewers the Government is committed to keeping Australia safe, but it has a “huge” and “significant” security operation in place.
“There is an extremely strong and credible security response in place to deal with people who are seeking to enter our country, and that is the only way we are going to stop people from entering our country,” he said.