The world is steadily growing smaller, and borders are opening wider and wider. With that, a lot of opportunities await outside the confines of your country. Moving abroad can be an enriching experience for you and your family. Whether you’re a professional seeking to advance your career, or a traveler looking for new cultural experiences, Australia has a lot to offer to you.
With that said, if you want to travel to Australia for any reason, it would be a great idea to seek professional assistance. This way, you can streamline the application process and achieve your goal of travelling to Australia within a reasonable time frame.
You can find a good migration agent for your needs via the Migration Institute of Australia (MIA). This non-profit organization boasts of linking qualified migration agents across various specializations, speak different languages, and have excellent track records. To be a member of the MIA, one has to go through a stringent application process to ensure ethical and professional credibility.
The MIA has maintained its vast network of migration agents since 1992. Since then, it has provided continuous learning and development services, coordinated with stakeholders from both public and private sectors, and kept its members up-to-date on new migration laws, as well as other pertinent information.
Aside from the above mentioned, this organization has also held conferences with noteworthy speakers on relevant migration issues, such as journalist Peter Mares, author of “Not Quite Australian: How Temporary Migration Is Changing the Nation” and Dr. Jamal Rifi, founder of the Muslim Doctors Against Violence and staunch advocate of immigrant youth volunteerism.
The MIA has continued to serve both migrants and migration agents through the years by capitalizing on its linkages. Through this, the Institution has developed a reputation of developing awareness, competence, and ethics among its members, to enable them to provide nothing but the best service to their clients.
You can contact the MIA through their website: http://www.mia.org.au/.