HALC assisted Jeremy and Maureen with their temporary, and later their permanent skilled sponsored visas. Maureen is a nurse and Jeremy works in insurance. The couple and their young children are from Zimbabwe. Their migration matter was complicated by Jeremy’s HIV diagnosis, however through perseverance eight years after the family arrived in Australia they were granted permanent residency. They continue to make significant contributions in areas of skill shortage in Australia.
Maureen and Jeremy write:
“We would like to sincerely thank everyone who was involved in making our immigration issue a success. Our Permanent resident visa was granted through the hard work, dedication, perseverance, patience and tireless efforts from the staff at HALC. We felt welcome and became part of the HALC family. Without your help, we cannot imagine where we could be today. Words alone cannot thank you enough. Keep up doing the great job you have done for us. May god richly bless all of you. Thank you very much. Greatly appreciated, now and forever.”
[all names and information that might identify any individual have been changed for confidentiality purposes]
’45 Days, 45 Lives’ Campaign