Australian Migration Programs
There are two classes of Australian Migration programs; Migration and Humanitarian programs.
Under the Migration program, there are 3 categories as follows:
- Family migration, people that were sponsored by a relative who’s already an Australian citizen or a permanent resident.
- Skilled migration, are for people with particular business or work skills or outstanding talents and has a separate quota for states or territories with particular skill shortages.
- Special eligibility migration, are former citizens or residents that wish to return to Australia and stay here permanently.
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Important Information about Receiving Immigration Assistance © immi.gov.au
In Australia, only people registered as migration agents can give immigration assistance to people who want to enter or stay in Australia.
It is a criminal offence for an unregistered person to provide immigration assistance or to advertise migration services. Penalties include fines and imprisonment.
If you choose to use the services of a migration agent make sure they are registered by visiting www.mara.com.au or phoning 1300 22 62 72.
What are the dangers of using an unregistered person?
Unregistered people could:
What are the benefits of using a registered migration agent?
Registered migration agents are required to:
Reporting unregistered people
If you make a report about an unregistered person, this will not affect your visa application in any way. Any information will be treated in confidence.
You can make a report by phoning the department free of charge on 1800 009 623
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