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Australiaís migration advice industry in disarray : Comments

By Murray Hunter, published 12/11/2020

Australiaís Department of Home Affairs has fragmented the profession into two distinct categories, leaving many free from scrutiny and not subject to governance or the professionís code of conduct.

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The pandemic has blocked a great deal of pent up demand potential to migrate to Australia.

This includes good, democratic heritage, citizens of Hong Kong who wish to escape Hong Kong's descent into one-party, communist government.

Many from Hong Kong are cashed up and have the high business skills Australia needs.

More see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immigration_to_Australia#Current_immigration_programs indicates:

"Employment and family visas can often lead to Australian citizenship; however, this requires the applicant to have lived in Australia for at least four years with at least one year as a permanent resident.

INVESTOR VISAS - Foreign investors could invest the business or fund in Australia to acquire the Permanent Residential of Australia, after 4 years (including the year which acquire the visa), they need to take the exam and make a declaration in order to be a citizen of Australia."
Posted by plantagenet, Thursday, 12 November 2020 8:34:05 AM
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Oh ok Murray, then let us all worry over the concerns of the wealthy looking over the future of the rich.

Since when has a lawyer ever lost out on making a motza from over-servicing for profit?
And yours would be a naivety position thinking that lawyers would not ruthlessly scorch the underling opposition of the deplorables diploma.

and if the confusion you describe is an impediment to immigrants, then thatís a great positive for Australians generally, (whatever one of those is in the new age).

Then I read the line that itís an advantage to match ethnic agents with their clients.
Iíd tell you Murray, how Iíd run the show; Iíd go right out of my way to ensure that never happened, and all negotiations were based strictly on local cultural understandings.

And why would me as a local, give a tinkers damn about the immigration processes when evidence abounds that obviously itís processes are failing miserably matching suitable immigrants to Australian culture, (whatever that is now in its remnant state).

Dan
Posted by diver dan, Thursday, 12 November 2020 9:10:30 AM
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plantagenet

Iíd prefer to wear a bandana and sport an AK 47 slung over my shoulder, shooting up beer cans for target practice, and readying my self for the disastrous consequences from your social engineering experiment; great ideas, not!

Dan
Posted by diver dan, Thursday, 12 November 2020 9:22:41 AM
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Deregulation means free from scrutiny, surely. There should be no such thing as immigration agents in the first place; they are well known crooks making money out of what should be an entirely government affair. Australia does not need mass immigration.

Minimum to zero immigration; no urgers (agents).
Posted by ttbn, Thursday, 12 November 2020 9:43:29 AM
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Those Hong Kong business people whose bilingual upbringing includes Hong Kong's Crown Colony years, speak good English. So they need little cultural education to integrate into Australia.
Posted by plantagenet, Thursday, 12 November 2020 11:57:10 AM
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The last thing Australia needs is a "world class migration advice industry", whatever that might mean.

Net migration should be 80K, which is the long term average, or much less. Not the 200K that the LibLab duopoly is dead keen to get back to ASAP.

If there's one thing the population should be consulted on, it's the population. Under LibLab, this will never happen.
Posted by Steve S, Thursday, 12 November 2020 1:55:59 PM
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