1. Up-to-date knowledge of Australian migration law
It is a prejudice that Registered Migratin agents only fill and submit forms and that the work can be done by yourself with the same result. It
is true that migration work involves a lot of administrative tasks but Migration law covers a wide range of legislation, policy and procedure. Filling forms and providing “recommended” evidence is not enough. You need to understand what the legislative requirements ar in order to be able to meet them.
In Australia, an Agent needs to be registered with the Migration Agents Registration Authority and needs to meet the Code of Conduct.
Get it right the first time and avoid delays within the visa process. Often, the provided checklist by the Government is not enough. Not knowing what you are doing and failing is not only a waist of money but also of time and effort. It can have negative consequences and some things cannot be undone. We have the sufficient knowledge of migration law and procedures.
3. Concentrate on what you do best, we do the rest
A Registered Migration Agent has to be realistic about your chances of getting an Australian visa. An will also give you an agreement of service beforehand with a breakdown of costs you may expect. The costs may vary depending on the type of visa. We charge you reasonable fees and we keep you informed about the process of application. We let you know about the in writing as soon as possible.
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