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Following the OMARA's recent decision to cease printing RMA Registration Cards and RMA practising certificates, Migration Alliance, with the support of LTA, now offers these two essential items for sale to RMAs.
 
The RMA registration cards and practising certificates now feature a unique QR code which links back to the OMARA website, allowing clients to scan and verify that the RMA named on the card / certificate is currently registered (not suspended, cancelled, lapsed).
 
To purchase your RMA Registration card and/or Practising Certificate, or for more information and a full description, please click here
 
Examples below:
 
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Regulatory reforms are supposed to make life easier, not harder.  Cutting red tape is part of this government's agenda. 

That’s right, isn’t it? 

Will that be the case if “dual regulation” of lawyers is ended, as recommended by the “Kendall Report” concerning the “Independent Review of the Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority”? 

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Legal cases can sometimes seem like a tangled mess of yarn!! 

You don’t need to go any farther than the case of Josan v Minister for Immigration & Anor (2016) FCCA 493 (11 March 2016) to understand how true this can be! 

The puzzle in this case involved this (complicated!) question: Suppose the AAT incorrectly finds that an applicant has failed to satisfy PIC 4020, but for other reasons, the applicant is still not entitled to the grant of the visa in question.  

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How can you tell whether the Tribunal’s decision-making process has “gone off the rails” and that your client may have strong prospects for success with a judicial review application? 

And under what circumstances can it be said that the Tribunal has a responsibility to make an inquiry and to consider information held in the Department’s files, so that when it fails to make such an inquiry, it can be said that the Tribunal has failed to meet its statutory obligation to conduct a review? 

These very important questions were explored in a decision that was handed down on 15 July 2016 by Justice Neville of the Federal Circuit Court, and which appeared this morning on Austlii: Al Mamun v Minister for Immigration & Anor (2016) FCCA 1777. 

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