Migrant Reju Raphel loving life in Henty after 14-year process to become permanent Australian resident

Beau Greenway
By Beau Greenway
July 3 2022 - 9:30pm
SUCCESS STORY: Indian migrant Reju Raphel, meeting with Regional Development Australia Murray chief executive Edwina Hayes, hasn't looked back since he moved to Henty from Melbourne in 2016. Picture: MARK JESSER

An Indian migrant who now calls Henty home has opened up on his 14-year ordeal to become a permanent Australian resident.

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Beau Greenway

Beau Greenway

Journalist

I like to tell the stories of great people in our communities. Email: beau.greenway@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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