Visa changes ‘wok’ local restaurant

Riverland Hokkien Chinese Restaurant owner Zhongcui Fan is concerned about his 457 visa application to bring a chef to Australia from China after the Federal Government announcement of the visa’s abolishment this week. PHOTO: Sara Gilligan Riverland Hokkien Chinese Restaurant owner Zhongcui Fan is concerned about his 457 visa application to bring a chef to Australia from China after the Federal Government announcement of the visa’s abolishment this week. PHOTO: Sara Gilligan
THE abolishment of the 457 visa system has left a local business owner concerned about his application to bring a sponsored worker to Australia from China

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Sara Gilligan completed a Bachelor of Journalism and a Bachelor of Writing and Creative Communication at the University of South Australia in 2014. She has spent the past year working as a journalist at the Murray Pioneer's sister paper The River News in Waikerie. Sara grew up in the Adelaide Hills before moving to the Riverland to pursue her career. She enjoys reading, writing and exploring the outdoors.

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