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Following the OMARA's decision to cease printing RMA Registration Cards and RMA practising certificates, Migration Alliance, with the support of LTA, offers these two essential items for sale to RMAs.   Also for sale are lapel badges (pins), and RMA Keyrings.
 
The RMA registration cards and practising certificates 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, Lapel Pin or Keyring,  or for more information and a full description, please click here
 
Examples below:
 
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All practitioners need to be aware of a recent requirement to document all instances of staff or client complaints:

Please access the attached form and implement immediately.

 

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Larney v Minister for Immigration & Anor [2018] FCCA 2707 is a recent decision of the Federal Court out of Western Australia.

www.judgments.fedcourt.gov.au/judgments/Judgments/fca/single/2019/2019fca0700

This was a case where the applicant for the visa asserted that he had no previous "relationships" and that the fact of there being 2 children as a result of those relationships did not mean that he had a "relationship"  (spouse or defacto) and on that basis PIC4020 was not enlivened.

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I do not know what is happening but perhaps there has been a rip in the space time continuum.

An unbelievable number of enquiries from both practitioners and individual applicants who seem infected by a virus which sees them lodge an application onshore, get a BVA but then travel and get stuck offshore.

One of my clients who had a complex and at that stage unresolved application for review, rang me on after Christmas and said, "They wont let me board my flight".

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A recent decision of the Full Federal Court will be of interest to practitioners

http://www.judgments.fedcourt.gov.au/judgments/Judgments/fca/full/2019/2019fcafc0079

Minister for Home Affairs v G [2019] FCAFC 79 by reason of its discussion of the role of the ACI's  (Australian Citizenship Instructions)

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