Murray Bridge aged care nurse and family granted bridging visas days before deportation deadline

Clifford Chisengalumbwe, his wife, Ngoza, and their daughter, Mckayla, have been granted new bridging visas four days before they were set to be deported. Clifford is an aged care nurse working in regional South Australia. Mark Glazbrook, our CEO, says…
 
“I think, if the federal government is saying, ‘We want to attract people from overseas to address skills shortages because we’ve identified people and occupations that are in demand’, [then] we should really be looking at those people [who] are already here and helping them get residency so at least they’re settled and can move on with their lives.”
 
We are pleased to have supported Clifford and his family to have more time and will continue to support them during the next few months. 
You can read the full article here:
https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-09-29/murray-bridge-aged-care-nurse-granted-bridging-visa/101484956?utm_campaign=abc_news_web&utm_content=link&utm_medium=content_shared&utm_source=abc_news_web
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