Australian Bureau of Statistics
3417.0.55.001 - Microdata: Australian Census and Migrants Integrated Dataset, 2011 Quality Declaration
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QUALITY DECLARATION - SUMMARY
The ACMID, 2011 contains information on persons who responded to the 9 August 2011 Census of Population and Housing AND persons who had a permanent visa record on the Department of Immigration and Border Protection's (DIBP) Settlement Database (SDB) with a date of arrival between 1 January 2000 and 9 August 2011 (inclusive). Persons excluded from the ACMID, 2011 are:
The SDB date of arrival on which the scope is based reflects an individual's latest arrival pertaining to their latest permanent visa. For an offshore applicant, the SDB arrival date is when the applicant arrives in Australia on that permanent visa. However, for a person who applies onshore for a permanent visa, the date of arrival listed on the SDB is the date of their last entry into Australia.
The Census of Population and Housing is conducted every five years. For further information see the publication How Australia Takes a Census, 2011. The ACMID, 2011 marks the first release of an integrated dataset that has linked 100% of the Census to an administrative dataset. It is expected that the two datasets will again be linked after the 2016 Census.
The information within this product should be referred to when using the microdata. It contains information including Linking Methodology, File Structure, Using the Dataset in TableBuilder, Conditions of Use and the Data Items.
The ACMID, 2011 can be accessed using TableBuilder.
Microdata products are available to approved users. Users wishing to access the microdata should read the How to apply for Microdata web page, before applying for access through Registration Centre. Users should also familiarise themselves with information available via the Microdata web pages.
A full list of available microdata can be viewed via the List of expected and available Microdata.
Any questions regarding access to microdata can be forwarded to email@example.com or phone (02) 6252 7714.
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This page last updated 14 February 2014