• Michael Jacobsen

    “Charbel is efficient, fast and pleasant and brings calm to the complicated world of visas. I’ve seen him get the job done with my associates and pull off miracles driven by dedication, discipline and passion.”

  • Roland Korkomaz

    “Charbel was (and still is even after a year of us having got our visas) always present, promptly replying and handling our questions and concerns with professionalism and honesty. We felt we where working with a dedicated, knowledgeable man from day one.”

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CNA has continued to provide immigration assistance throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Zoom conferences are available to individuals in Australia and abroad.

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Australian Migration Agents & Immigration Experts in Sydney

CNA Immigration have been trusted by celebrities, sporting professionals, small business, large corporations, skilled migrants and families with their Australian immigration and visa requirements.

Our Registered Migration Agents are experts in Partner & Family Visas, Business and Investment Visas, Employer Sponsored Visas, Visa Refusals, Cancellations and requests for Ministerial Intervention.

Australian Migration Agents & Visa Experts in Sydney

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  • What is a Migration Agent?

    Registered Migration Agents use their knowledge of immigration law to offer advice or assistance to a person wishing to obtain a visa to enter or remain in Australia. They can also give assistance to people or businesses who are nominating or sponsoring visa applicants and their family members.

    Anyone who practices as a Registered Migration Agent must be registered with the Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority. People who practice as unregistered Migration Agents may be subject to penalties, ranging from fines of up to $5,500.00 to imprisonment for up to 10 years.

    The Code of Conduct for Registered Migration Agents regulates the conduct of Registered Migration Agents towards their clients. You can download a copy of the code from http://www.mara.gov.au

    Clause 2.7 (c) of the Code of Conduct states that Migration Agents ‘must not hold out unsubstantiated or unjustified prospects of success when advising clients (orally or in writing) on applications under the Migration Act or Migration Regulations’.

  • How much are Migration Agent fees?

    The fee charged by a Registered Migration Agent must be fair and reasonable. Your Migration Agent will determine their fees based on your individual circumstances and a number of other factors, including:
    - The type of visa application you will be making.
    - The amount of time it will take to prepare your Australian visa submission.
    - The level of service required.
    - Whether or not you have challenging immigration law issues that need to be addressed.

    If your Migration Agent has many years of experience, their fees might be higher.

    Before starting work, a Migration Agent will provide you with a written estimate of fees you will be charged for their services. Your written fee estimate must specify –
    - Professional service fees which may be charged either by the hour or by the service.
    - Visa application charges and other disbursements.

  • Do I need a Migration Agent to apply for a visa?

    Visa applications are usually refused because a complex legal or factual issue is decided a visa applicant. The legal/factual issues must be addressed with the right evidence and your case must be properly explained to the Department of Immigration.

    The failure to present your case in a manner which satisfies the decision-maker will result in a costly refusal. For example, 47% of Subclass 309/100 and 53.8 percent of Subclass 820/100 Partner visa applications lodged by unrepresented applicants are refused by the Department of Immigration (Source: FOI Request Number: FA 18/01/00060).

    Professional Migration Agents will help ensure your case is properly articulated to the Department of Immigration. Our objective at all times is to eliminate your risk of visa refusal.