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Using a MARA-registered Migration Agent

The visa application process can be time-consuming, frustrating and incredibly stressful. Navigating paperwork, red tape, rules and regulations, sudden changes and refusals can be overwhelming for even the most organised people. If you’re starting to feel the pressure, perhaps you should considered working with a MARA-registered Migration Agent, rather than going it alone. MARA stands for Migration Agents Registration Authority. MARA is affiliated with the Department of Immigration and Border Protection, and acts as a regulator for the industry. You should only ever use an Agent that is MARA-registered. You can search online to ensure that your Agent is fully […]


10 Reasons to Move to Australia – In Pictures

Living down under isn’t just about our amazing cities like Sydney and Melbourne you know….. 1. There are amazing beaches like this … literally everywhere! 2. There are sunsets like this… 3. It’s the BBQ capital of the world. 4. The coastal roads are pretty awesome… 5. The average full-time adult salary is $1,516 per week 6. It’s home to Canberra – The world’s best city to live, according to the OECD. 7. It’s home to cute critters like this! 8. And beautiful natural attractions… 9. It’s a wonderful place for families. 10. You can spend Christmas on the beach!


Construction Jobs In Australia

Construction work in Australia

Australia’s population is growing – a fact that has left many people in a flap about a lack of housing supply. We discussed this in a recent blog post, and we came to the conclusion that we shouldn’t be reaching for the panic button just yet. Building activity reaches a nine-year high According to new research published by the Australian Industry Group and Housing Industry Association (HIA), September was a particularly productive month for the nation’s building firms. Contrary to recent headlines, there are still construction jobs in Australia for people with the right skills. The Australian Performance of Construction […]


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