Students stranded, homeless in a van

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.

Help for migrant community

South Australians are wrapping their arms around financially struggling migrants who are out of work because of COVID-19 but not eligible for federal relief, such as JobKeeper payments.

SA’s ‘forgotten’ migrant families relying on food vouchers

“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 …

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Visa holders feel abandoned

Migration Solutions chief executive Mark Glazbrook unsuccessfully lobbied the Government to support skilled visa holders not eligible for $1500 payments. After hundreds of calls from migrants seeking help, Mr Glazbrook raised the money himself. Read the article here.

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