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Old 11-09-2018, 09:52 PM
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Hi what I a RMA and how can they help
A RMA is a Registered Migration Agent. They know the migration regulations and have current immigration policy procedures - they can help a lot!




Do you know of a good one in Adelaide


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They can be located anywhere most use the internet or phone for communication - as most applications for visas are electronic - it is a good way to do it.

I used one in Sydney when I was in Darwin and while I live in Cairns now and used a MRA that lives in Cairns I only meet him after using him and that was just to have a beer.

I know a number that are very good, your case would possibly determine one a bit more than the other. I only know where a few live.


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[QUOTE=ampk;1919795]They can be located anywhere most use the internet or phone for communication - as most applications for visas are electronic - it is a good way to do it.

I used one in Sydney when I was in Darwin and while I live in Cairns now and used a MRA that lives in Cairns I only meet him after using him and that was just to have a beer.

I know a number that are very good, your case would possibly determine one a bit more than the other. I only know where a few live.[/QUOTE


OK thank you for all your help would it possible to get a phone number please]


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Old 11-09-2018, 10:46 PM
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These are all very good.

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