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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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Slip-ups, mishaps, a broken bone perhaps! As cliché as it sounds, accidents do happen. Personal Accident and Illness Insurance (IPA Cover) offers financial protection when you can no longer work due to an injury or sickness. A policy will cover your lost income while you aren’t working or pay you a lump sum payment if you are permanently unable to work due to a severe injury or illness.

The cover is a great option for those that aren’t covered by Worker’s Compensation such as consultants, contractors, sole traders or directors, and can also act as a top up for when your income exceeds the weekly benefits that a Worker’s Comp cover will pay. It also is flexible and adaptable to your current situation. There’s many reason to love Personal Accident cover but here are just a few of them:

1. No Health Checks

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Exactly where do the boundaries of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal’s jurisdiction? 

Or, to put the question in another way, under what circumstances can you seek merits review against the refusal of a 457 visa application? 

This has perhaps been one of the most intensively litigated questions in the Federal courts over the last couple of years.  

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