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Originally Posted by wrussell View Post
The grotesque DIBP application charges no doubt play a part in this as does their relentless insistence that a RMA is not needed, coupled with their misleading statistics about the percentage of applicants whose applications are lodged by RMAs. Misleading for two reasons; the DIBP does not publish the relative success rates of DIY, RMA represented, unregistered agent represented and has no clue about how many applicants have their bacon saved by a RMA who did not lodge the application/s, but offered crucial advice in a consultation.
You're spot on, Wesley. Add to that the damage done by overseas agents, who are not registered migration agents and the odd rogue operator in Australia,plus the fact that the media seem to be unable to distinguish between registered migration agents and the rogue operators they also call migration agents. I don't understand how someone who is not licensed or registered can ever be called " migration agent" at all.

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