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The Education Destination : The Education Destination
ofessionalism Interested in Migra?on? ? ? ? ? ? Only professionals qualified by Australian law to give advice - Registered Migra?on Agents (RMAs) RMAs are located in capital ci?es around the world. There are 3,800 agents interna?onally and in Australia Simply look up an agent on The Migra?on Agents Registry Authority website www.mara.com.au Most likely ‘yes’. You can look up an agent by language on www.mara.com.au – a mul?lingual website Registered Migra?on Agents can tell you the best, most up-to-date, op?ons for eligibility for permanent residency ? Educa?on agents give educa?on advice. Registered Migra?on Agents are qualified to advise on migra?on. They are required to maintain current knowledge of Australian migra?on laws. • Some educa?on agents are also qualified as Registered Migra?on Agents • By law - in Australia - only Registered Migra?on Agents, can give migra?on advice • You do not have to employ an agent to submit visa applica?ons - this can be done directly with the DIAC - the Department of Immigra?on and Ci?zenship - h?p://www.immi.gov.au
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