Mark Glazbrook, an Adelaide-based migration consultant said the concessions, though significant, are not applicable to people who already hold a 485 visa
Summing up these changes, Adelaide-based migration agent Mark Glazbrook said an increase in allocation for partner and GTI scheme and a renewed focus on business and investor visas is bound to have a detrimental impact on the General Skilled Migration program
Adelaide-based migration agent Mark Glazbrook said there is no doubt that the government will continue to push new migrants into settling in regional areas to fan their “congestion-busting agenda.”
Migration agent Mark Glazbrook argues the growth SA was seeing up until March was comprised significantly of international students, which “had risen by about 8000 a year in SA”.
Adelaide-based migration agent Mark Glazbrook said the Department must honour its commitment made to international students stuck outside the country because of the restrictions imposed by the federal government
Mark Glazbrook, the CEO of an Adelaide-based migration consultancy says the pandemic has forced states to make temporary adjustments to these programs and it seems “small and targeted” approach to skilled migration will be the way forward in this financial year
On a quiet street in Adelaide, a young Brazilian couple and their rescue dog find themselves without a job, homeless and more than 14,000 km from home.
Calls for change after just six visas granted under SA’s DAMAs in first year. Only six visas have been granted in the first year of a migration program designed to breathe new life into SA by attracting up to 1050 overseas workers each year
“Once the coronavirus started it became clear very quickly that the Federal Government position on temporary visa holders was if you can’t support yourself, go home,” migration agent Mark Glazbrook told InDaily. But many have little money and no other home than here in South Australia. Glazbrook has been gutted by the government’s response to deny …
Adelaide-based migration consultant Mark Glazbrook said the Department would have to reevaluate its skilled migration program in a post-pandemic world, as rising unemployment would mean more Australians and onshore work visa holders would be available for job roles that were earlier filled by overseas workers.