Registered Migration Agent Australia MARN: 0640720 DALGETY, s.r.o.

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Our firm DALGETY, s.r.o. was established in 2003. Director of DALGETY, s.r.o. is Australian Registered Migration Agent - MARN: 0640720 registered with the Migration Agents Registration Authority Australia and is authorised to represent his clients and communicate on their behalf with the Department of Immigration and Citizenship, Australia. He has the required knowledge of Australian migration laws, regulations, policies and procedures within their complex and often complicated framework and is examined on a regular basis.

The Australian economy benefits immensely from the contribution made by migrants. The present Australian immigration system offers a wide range of classes and subclasses to encourage migrants, students and visitors to come to Australia. However, whilst the successive Australian Governments do encourage migration to Australia, the approval process has been tightened to ensure the whole system works in the best interests of the Australian community. Individual prospective migrants seeking entry or/and permission to remain in Australia therefore benefit from speaking to a registered migration agent, who has detailed knowledge of the current migration laws, regulations, policies, procedures and an immediate access to all updates of it.

To verify our registration, please visit the Australian Government web page and do a keyword search on MARN 0640720 or country: Slovakia

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The Australian Immigration Law is essentially based on a set of continuously updated legislation:
  • Migration Act 1958
  • Migration Regulations 1994
  • Citizenship Act 1948
  • Migration Agents Regulations 1998
The legislation is updated and changed several times per year in order to reflect Australian interests: demography, labour market needs etc. In order to ensure that the potential migrant successfully passes the visa approval process it is necessary to be fully aware of the current legislation and secure timely and accurate advise.

The Australian Government implemented laws to regulate the activities of people who offer immigration related services:

"Anyone who uses knowledge of Australian migration procedures to offer advice or assistance to a person wishing to obtain a visa needs to be registered as a migration agent. Anyone who makes representations or otherwise communicates with the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) for a fee or other reward needs to register as a migration agent."

The penalties for unregistered practice range from fines up to AUD$ 5500 to 10 years of imprisonment.

The requirements that one has to satisfy to become registered have changed over the years as the migration advice profession developed and matured.

Apart from other things and conditions, to become a holder of Migration Licence, the person has to:
  • Prove that he/she has a prescribed qualification in Migration Law.
  • Prove he/she is Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident.
  • Prove his/her proficiency in the English Language.
  • Provide an Australian Federal Police Criminal History Check.
  • Provide evidence of holding Professional Indemnity Insurance
    (minimum AUD$ 250 000).
  • Provide evidence of Continuing Professional Development.
  • Provide evidence of maintaining a professional library.
  • Follow strict Code of Conduct.
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