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Why use a Registered Migration Agent?

To be successful, you must accurately respond to highly technical requirements and provide comprehensive evidence to support your case.

Errors in your application may cause delays or may result in refusal.

Registered Migration Agents know the law, the complexities and criteria applicable to presenting an immigration application and we know how to best compile, prepare and present your case to the Australian Immigration Department.

Presenting the best possible case to the Immigration department reduces the number of queries that occur as they verify information.  Each query results in a significant delay in the processing time for the visa.

All Registered Migration Agents are required to undertake ongoing intensive annual studies to keep their knowledge current.  This is a requirement of the yearly re-registration as an Agent.

Australian Registered Migration Agents are bound to act according to a Code of Conduct.


How we can help you?

Australian Immigration law is very complex  is also constantly changing. To be successful, you need up to date advice, and this can only come from  a Registered Migration Agent.

We will help you by:

  • Identifying problems or weaknesses in your application at the beginning - this saves time and money and frustration later. We will honestly advise you if your application has little or no chance of success and what you can do to improve your chance of success at a later date.
  • Using our experience to lead you through the application process - we simplify the process and prepare the paper work for you.

  • Knowing what information is important to the success of the application and which information is unhelpful

  • Developing the best strategy for your application - we build the strongest case based on your circumstances and needs.

  • Dealing with officials from the Australian Immigration department.

  • Dealing on your behalf, with Government and non-Government agencies such as:

    • Skills assessment organisations
    • Business sponsorship bodies
  • Respecting your confidentiality and maintaining professional ethical standards.

  • Providing a budget of government charges and professional fees required

Use our on-line visa assessment form for an honest opinion in about the potential success of your application