• 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.”

Licensed Migration Advisors

CNA Immigration has continued to provide immigration assistance throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Phone and Video consultations are available to individuals in Australia and abroad.

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Australian Migration Agents & Immigration Experts in Sydney

Since 2009, we’ve provided immigration assistance to individuals, celebrities, sporting professionals, small business, large corporations, skilled professionals and their families in Australia and abroad. Our migration agents can assist with Employer-Sponsored, Business, Global Talent, Skilled, Partner & Family Immigration to Australia.

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We’ve been around since 2009

Charbel Nehme (MARN 0851787) gained his initial registration as a Migration Agent on 26 September 2008, and has grown to enjoy working with clients in difficult circumstances. Charbel has previously worked with asylum seekers in detention facilities around Australia.

We now act for a diverse range of clients in Australia and abroad. We’d love to help you.

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COVID-19 & Australian Immigration Planning Levels

The current Migration Program Planning levels will remain at 160,000 for the 2020-21 program year. However, the distribution of places will change with an increase from 47,732 to 77,300 for Family stream places for this program year.

Employer-Sponsored, Global Talent, Business Innovation and Investment Program visas will be prioritised within the Skilled Stream.

Onshore visa applicants and Partner visa applicants where the sponsor resides in a designated regional area, will be prioritised for the 2020-21 Migration Program.

Communication Policy

Our communication strategy factors into consideration each clients unique circumstances and our professional obligations as Registered Migration Agents.  We manage your immigration matter using best practices developed in relation to –

  • Initial Consultations
  • Client Scheduling
  • Email & Phone Communication 
  • Social Media and SMS
  • Client Portal Access

Australian Migration Agents & Visa Experts in Sydney

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Our Clients

Australian Immigration Success Stories

We're proud of the work that we do.

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faq

frequently asked question's

  • What is a Migration Agent?

    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. Registered Migration agents help reunite families and facilitate the migration of those people with the qualities and skills we need to shape our community, grow Australian business and support Australian jobs.

    Migration agents provide an essential service in assisting migrants navigate Australia’s visa system.

    Anyone who practices as a Migration Agent must be registered with the Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority. People who practice as unregistered Migration Agents are investigated and prosecuted by the authorities.

  • What is the Migration Agents Code of Conduct?

    The Code of Conduct aims to establish a proper standard of conduct of registered migration agents towards their clients. These standards include the migration agents obligation to perform competently, diligently, honestly and fairly with their clients.

    At CNA Immigration, we take our professional obligations seriously. Our client communication strategy and client service guarantee have been designed with the Code of Conduct for Migration Agents as the underlying foundation.

  • How do I find a Migration Agents Registration Number?

    Registered Migration Agents are identified by their MARN, which stands for ‘Migration Agents Registration Number.’ A migration agent is required by law to provide their MARN registration details on all advertising material.

    The first two digits of a Migration Agent’s MARN (Migration Agents Registration Number) represent the year the agent was first registered.

    You can locate a 7 digit registration number of any migration agents website or advertising material. This 7 digit number is the Migration Agents Registration Number.

  • Has visa processing been suspended due to COVID-19?

    Australian visa processing has not been suspended because of COVID-19.

    The current Migration Program Planning level will remain at 160,000 for the 2020-21 program year. However, the distribution of places will change with an increase from 47,732 to 77,300 for Family stream places for this program year.

    Employer-Sponsored, Global Talent, Business Innovation and Investment Program visas will be prioritised within the Skilled Stream.

    Onshore visa applicants and Partner visa applicants where the sponsor resides in a designated regional area, will be prioritised for the 2020-21 Migration Program.

  • How do I book a consultation with a Migration Agent?

    The MARA Code of Conduct states that a migration agent must be frank and candid about the prospects of success when assessing your request for assistance or making an application under the Migration Act or Regulations.

    Please book an appointment to discuss your visa application with a Registered Migration Agent. All new enquiries are subject to our consultation policy. Please read and understand our consultation policy before you book an appointment.