All adviserslicensed for nz & au
Individuals, and not companies, are licensed by the Immigration Advisers Authority under the Government’s regulatory system. Since May 2010, all advisers not exempt must be licensed, regardless of where they are based. The only advice that can be offered in respect of visas or permits by the unlicensed or those exempt is that which is “publicly available”.
All licensed advisers are required to adhere to a strict set of guidelines in regards to how we provide advice, manage our business and deal with the various immigration authorities. The IAA operates a Code of Conduct under which all Advisers operate.
For your own protection, do not work with anyone who is not licensed or working under the supervision of someone who is. If you would like to know more about the licensing regime, please visit the website for the Immigration Advisers Authority which is the government’s regulatory body.
Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARA) operates nationally to regulate the migration advice profession under section 316 of the Migration Act 1958.
MARA is responsible for registering migration agents (it is against the law to operate if you are not registered) and administering a scheme of continuing professional development that ensures migration agents keep their knowledge up to date.
All registered migration agents are required to adhere to a strict set of guidelines in regards to how we provide advice, manage our business and deal with the various immigration authorities.
For your own protection, do not work with anyone who is not registered or working under the supervision of someone who is.
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