From these proposals it can be inferred that the Minister wants to deny permanent resident status to the large number of onshore students waiting in the pipeline. He is telling the 85% of the students “you came, you studied and gained knowledge, there is no ready employment here for you, start packing and return to where you came from and join the offshore queue."
By extension, the Minister is telling the offshore applicants wait in the queue for two or three years OR get an employer to sponsor you for a shortcut from the queue.
With the imminent resource- based boom, it would be better for most migration agents to perform the dual role of recruitment agent as well and offer a one window approach.
I am now a job placement (International) agent as well. Anyone interested can contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org
. I currently have requests for Carpenters (Malaysia), Electricians (Singapore), and Non-Destructive Technicians (NDT) (Australia)
Robert K Chelliah