Moving to Australia or recruiting staff from overseas on a 457 visa?
Worried that your visa application will be rejected or you will fail to meet the stringent Government timelines?
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Why We Use A Migration Agency
A good migration agency can help:
- Reduce your paperwork
- Increase new 457 visa employee arrival time
- Reduce errors rates in applications
- Make your life easier
Migration & Visa Information
Here’s a quick outline of the Australian Government’s requirements for migration agents:
What is a Migration Agent?
In Australia, it is illegal for a person to provide immigration assistance unless they are registered with the Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority (Office of the MARA).
A registered agent can use their knowledge of Australia’s migration procedures to offer advice or assistance to a person wishing to obtain a visa to enter or remain in Australia.
They can also give assistance to people who are nominating or sponsoring prospective visa applicants.
Some registered migration agents are also Australian Legal Practitioners and some work for voluntary organisations and provide their advice free of charge.
However, most registered migration agents charge for their services.
All registered agents must:
- meet the qualification requirements for registration;
- be of good character;
- abide by the Migration Agents Code of Conduct. The Code includes responsibilities such as acting in a timely and professional manner and providing you with written advice about the fee they will charge and the service they will provide;
- give you a copy of the Consumer Guide before starting work for you.
If you do not feel confident in lodging a visa application, or if your case is complex, you may wish to get help.
If you do decide to seek assistance you should use a registered migration agent.