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Old 07-12-2016, 12:36 PM
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Ric why do you only offer your Agent Details on some occasions?

That is not within the rules of this site, leads to do you follow RMA rules?

You only got reregistered this year as a migration agent, do you tell customers that?


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Ric why do you only offer your Agent Details on some occasions?

That is not within the rules of this site, leads to do you follow RMA rules?

You only got reregistered this year as a migration agent, do you tell customers that?
There's no written/published rule that MARA agents need to include their details when they post, however this is something a moderator will request if we see a new agent on the forum. Ric was good enough to start including these details before I contacted him about this, although it's possible another moderator made this request.

Suggesting he doesn't follow OMARA's code of conduct or that he is misleading his clients is a rather large stretch and, in my opinion, rather insulting.

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Old 07-14-2016, 12:31 PM
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Hi ampk

Thanks for bringing that to my attention.

I agree that the registration number is very important and hence that's why it is embedded firmly in the signature component of my posts. As a newbie to the forum I was unable to use a signature for my first five posts and hence I undertook to add the relevant details manually. My registration number was omitted on two posts during the transition from manual to automatic signature use.

Nevertheless identification was attached to all of my posts as I have chosen to use my real name for my username rather than remain anonymous.

Registered agents names and registration details are on the public record at mara.org.au. The first two digits of the registration number indicates the year the agent first registered. In my case 2016.

All agents achieve registration, and maintain it by satisfying a number of stringent criteria including academic, professional competence and by having appropriate insurances and access to a professional library. Achieving this requires a considerable personal effort and financial commitment but results in clients getting the best possible service.

I look forward to participating in the forum by providing general advice on a pro-bono basis.

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Old 07-17-2016, 04:18 AM
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Hi Ric,
Would be grateful for a Quick question. On a 3 year FA 600 multiple entry visa you have to leave every 3 months, however how long cumulatively can you be in Australia without running into problems? Is there a guideline?

Thank you


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Old 07-17-2016, 10:04 AM
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On a 3 year FA 600 multiple entry visa you have to leave every 3 months, however how long cumulatively can you be in Australia without running into problems? Is there a guideline?

Thank you
A FA/600 can be granted with 3, 6 or 12 month stay periods depending on the applicant's requirements and situation.
The guidelines specify that in all cases the visa would be granted on the basis that the visa holder would not be staying (cumulatively) for more than 12 months in any 18 month period.

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Old 07-17-2016, 10:08 AM
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A FA/600 can be granted with 3, 6 or 12 month stay periods depending on the applicant's requirements and situation.
The guidelines specify that in all cases the visa would be granted on the basis that the visa holder would not be staying (cumulatively) for more than 12 months in any 18 month period.
Thank you Ric, very helpful.
The visa grant was for 3 years with the "must leave every 3 months" provision. So as long as they dont stay more than 12 months cumulatively in an 18 month period they should be ok. I am assuming it is a rolling 18 months.

Again that you for your time and reply.
Kind regards,


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I am assuming it is a rolling 18 months.

Kind regards,
Yes it is a rolling 18 month window. The visa would be granted as long as Immigration are convinced that the visa holder has a genuine intent to only stay temporarily, in other words they are a genuine visitor.

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Thank you so kindly.


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