New service of migration advice launched in Australia

October 08, 2015
A new website service has been launched for providing the advice on migration to Australia to the people from across the world. The service would be more reliable, affordable and easy to access.  

People who apply for the Australian visas from abroad would get difficulties in finding out the right advice for different circumstances. According to the Association of Immigration Lawyer and Migration Agent of Australia (AMAILA).

New service of advice on migration launched in Australia

People often search for a migration agent by doing online search and they expose themselves to the fraud as they do not know whether that agent whom they are dealing with is in Australia or not and whether he is registered in Australia or not.

The new site has been launched which is called as ‘Ask an Agent’ for people to get the bonafide answers to the questions which arises from their situation. Apart from that it also provides advice on migration from the trusted qualified agents.

Many cases of the agents who are unregistered asks for the upfront money for advice and then the fees for the advice on queries related to visa, migration and citizenship.  People need to be aware of the fake operators, and they should always check that whether the agent is registered with the Authority of Migration Agents Registration (MARA) or not. According to the Australia’s Migration Institute (MIA).

The MIA regularly conducts the training on professional standards and ethics along with its members of Registered Migration Agent for ensuring that all the members are operating with the professional conduct and high ethics.

MIA spokesman said that the fake agents who are operated on both sides onshore and offshore, provides false information and also charges excessive fees. They operates with impunity to detriment the visa programmes integrity and of their clients, and they also work without the integrity. 

This new service charges low fees and provides affordable advice only from the agents who are registered. The service also guarantees that the answers are given by the registered and highly qualified agent, immigration lawyer or immigration advisor who posses license. MIA spokesman added.

He also explained that the migrants can ask questions related to their circumstances or can seek advice for a fee which is affordable from the certified and registered agent’s panel. People would get faster response comfortably from their home. Agents are there to help people 7 days a week and 24 hours a day. People can get their advice delivered to their mail inbox. He added.

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