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Australia immigration Lawyers.

There are plenty of people who have good knowledge of the available migration laws and regulations of Australia and these people can assist persons in the migration process to the Australia. But this is legally wrong according to the Australian laws and they can be prosecuted under the Australian laws. If anyone want to assist in migration the person must be a registered migration agent.

If you a person who is looking for assistance to immigrate to Australia, Australian Citizenship, and Work Visas for jobs in Australia, Visa refusal Appeals, Deportation and Visa Cancellation. or a person living in Australia, who want to help your relative with migration to Australia, Australian Citizenship, Work Visas for jobs in Australia, Appeals, Deportation and Visa Cancellation., and in need of a Law firm or individual lawyer's service.

You will need the service of registered immigration Agent, Immigration Lawyer or from any of the registered lawyer firms, and you must be sure that the person must be a registered Migration Agent, as required by the Australian Law.

This lawyer or firm will arrange and take care of all the things in the interest of their clients. But sometime the department may contact the client directly for some works, like interview and so. But the dept will inform the lawyer regarding the matter.
Although the Department didn't say that it is necessary to have lawyer to clear your immigration requirements.

So you must find registered Immigration Agents who may be not a lawyer but have good knowledge in Australian migration or a migration Lawyer registered as Immigration Agent.

You can find about their services in the newspaper and in the internet.

According to MARA,
Registered Migration Agents are bound by a Code of Conduct and are required to have an in-depth knowledge of Australian migration law and procedure and meet high professional and ethical standards.

Here is the popular web site link of the office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority. www.mara.gov.au

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