From the web...interesting immigration strategy Melbourne suburbs property packages China-style: house, land and a visa Kunming, China: With his coiffed hair, polished shoes and a generously collared pinstriped shirt, John Leonard Fitzgerald looks and sounds like a Gold Coast motivational speaker. "In the next hour we spend together I promise you one thing: it will be the most important hour of your financial life," he says, introducing his tailored 10-year wealth plan, which will boost your initial $150,000 by 1200 per cent. The founder of the JLF Group is speaking at a four-star hotel conference room, working every molecule of his charisma to convince his followers that the secrets of wealth and happiness lie in the "high elevation" house-and-land packages of Melton and Sunbury, on Melbourne's far-western suburban fringe. The twist, though, is that Fitzgerald is not spruiking his sight-unseen properties in his usual strongholds around Brisbane, but in the provincial city of Kunming, in China's far south-west. His gives his impressive figures in Chinese currency while his words are translated by the head of China operations, Maggie Zhang, standing at his side. And the wrinkle, which the company lawyer later hastens to iron out, is that Fitzgerald combines his promises of spectacular real estate returns with equally fantastic claims about fast-tracked immigration.