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Why use a registered migration agent?

Registered Migration Agents are professionals who specialize in providing expert advice and assistance to individuals and businesses seeking to migrate to Australia. With in-depth knowledge of the Australian immigration system, they help clients understand the requirements, regulations, and options available to them.

By engaging the services of a migration agent who is registered with the Migration Agents Registration Authority, you can have confidence in their professionalism, ethical practices, and commitment to maintaining their knowledge of the ever-evolving immigration laws and policies.

Whether you are seeking a temporary visa, permanent residency, or citizenship, a registered migration agent will guide you through the entire process, provide personalized advice, help you make informed decisions, and maximize your chances of a successful outcome. From assessing your eligibility and preparing your application to liaise with the Department of Home Affairs on your behalf, a registered migration agent acts as your trusted advocate throughout the entire immigration journey, providing valuable insights and ensuring that your application is accurate, complete, and submitted within the required timeframes.

Embarking on a new life in Australia is an exciting prospect, and an Australian Registered Migration Agent can help turn your dreams into reality. Contact us to start your journey today and discover the possibilities that await you in the land Down Under.

What We Do What We Do

One-Off Consultation

Maybe you have already started the process of applying for your visa and struck a dead end you need to untangle. Maybe you just have a specific question you would like to discuss or you have applied for a visa and received a refusal.

A one-off consultation is designed to assess your unique circumstances and provide tailored advice. In a virtual meeting we will discuss you questions and work out a way forward.

Document Checking Service

I also offer a document checking service for applicants who would like to submit their own application, but still would like the peace of mind that a registered Migration Agent has checked the application before submitting. In fact many of my clients who booked their initial assessments with me feel they can handle their own application with the added peace of mind of someone having checked their documents and application forms.

If this is you, feel free to contact me for a quote.

Eligibility Assessment

In an initial Assessment we will evaluate your chances to migrate to Australia.

In most cases, consultations consist of a detailed written summary outlining all your options and cost estimate. This will be followed up with a virtual meeting to discuss your questions. First, I’ll collect all information required. This may require a detailed CV plus some additional information and it will take a few days to complete.

We will discuss whether there is a chance for you to migrate to Australia and identify potential issues. If possible, we’ll also talk about a strategy on how to deal with them. You will also be provided with information about the visa category best suited to your needs, a brief overview of the application process, length, and cost.

To get started complete my contact form providing as much information as possible. I’ll then run an initial screening free of charge. Alternatively, you may also email an up-to-date CV along with a few sentences about your situation to margot@migration-advice.com.

Full Visa assistance

If you have got better things to do then to worry about forms and documents you may want to consider my full visa service, which includes:

  • Comprehensive advice on suitable pathways, providing a detailed cost estimate and advice on timing.
  • Advising you on supporting documents required, ensuring they’re in an appropriate form and certifying them if practical and required.
  • If some documents require translations, I am working with a number of NAATI accredited translators and can arrange for quotes and translations.
  • Preparation and lodgment of applications with related authorities if required. This may include skills assessment authorities, state nomination, employer sponsorship/nomination applications, etc.
  • Preparation and lodgment of visa and/or sponsorship applications with the Department of Home Affairs.
  • Liasing with the Department of Home Affairs, the relevant overseas posts and other government agencies.
  • Updating you on the progress of your application, changes in immigration law or policy that may affect your application.
  • If required and agreed prior: handling of subsequent visa applications, such as visitor visas or bridging visas until the Department of Home Affairs makes a decision on your primary visa application.

Fees for full visa assistance are determined on a case-by-case basis and will be outlined before we start the process.

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