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Issam Sam-Issa

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Registered Migration Agents/solicitors should be aware of the Migration Amendment (Regulation of Migration Agenst) Bill 2017 and of the Parliamentary Senate committee recommendation that solicitors no longer be regulated by the Office of the Migration Agent Registration Authority (OMARA).

The Parliamentary Senate committee has been receiving submissions into this matter. I recently stumbled upon a submission which was written by Ms Angela Julian-Armitage, who was the former head of the Northern Territory and Queensland branches of the Migration Institute of Australia (MIA).  This was submitted to the Parliamentary Senate Committee on 1 September 2017, strongly arguing for the case that  solicitors should remain regulated by OMARA.

MIAParliament.pdf (The MIA submission to Parliament)

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