Fraud detectives are investigating the visa-for-jobs scheme run by Sydney businessman Lubo Jack Raskovic, who is accused of leaving dozens of migrants tens of thousands of dollars out of pocket.
The scheme, first revealed in a joint SBS-Fairfax investigation, offered hopeful migrants a regional job, as a pathway to a permanent-residency visa, in return for fees of up to $70,000.
Under the scheme employers in regional areas were offered “great incentives” of up to $12,500 if they hired a migrant for a job and sponsored them for permanent residency.
Queensland’s Fraud and Cyber Crime Group has been in contact with former clients of Raskovic’s company Global Skills and Business Services. Many of the jobs offered by Raskovic were in regiona…
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