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Old 03-30-2018, 04:35 AM
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Thank you all for the input!

So maybe she should wait until they get back to her.

Would checking VEVO alert Immi if she has become unlawful?

I'm not 100% sure what forms she signed with the agent but if form 956 was initially completed, would she need to sign another if another agent from the same agency takes over? If so then this hasn't been done yet (she only found out that her agent quit yesterday).

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Would checking VEVO alert Immi if she has become unlawful?
The Department of Home Affairs does monitor VEVO searches.

As far as I understand, both the former agent (unless his appointment was formally terminated) and the agency remain responsible for the application.

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All the OMARA can do is drag a RMA over the coals. All other parties are immune to their tactics.

If a complaint to the OMARA is made there would be a confllict of interest in acting further for a client.

Get the facts (and the fies?) and try to come to a satisfatory arrangement with the agency.

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