Over the decades Australia has welcomed many Irish migrants to its shores and this trend of migration continues to the present day. The Immigration Agency, located in Dublin, is owned and operated by Mege Dalton an Australian Lawyer and Migration Agent who has lived in Ireland since 2006 with her Irish husband, John.
It is her vision to provide excellent visa services to anyone based in Ireland who would like to emigrate to Australia. She is also passionate about helping Irish people to decide if applying for an Australian visa is right for them by providing an abundance of information and resources about the Australian immigration system.
Questions and discussion about issues relating to Australian immigration are encouraged onThe Immigration Agency website. The aim is provide a forum where people considering migration can share information or ask questions of a registered migration agent. So do get involved, you never know who your contributions is going to help.
The Immigration Agencyis committed to supporting the dissemination of up to date and relevant information to the Irish public regarding all aspects of immigration to Australia. It is also committed to supporting the registered migration agent community in Ireland and serving the needs of its clients who choose to be represented by the Immigration Agency.
“We need to keep nailing down the loose planks, not ripping up the floorboards,” so says Michael Easson chairman of the ministerial advisory council on skilled migration. He cited new research, to reject 457 visa rort claims announced by Immigration Minister, Brendan O’Connor two weeks ago.
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Good news tradies! Visa applicants don’t have to travel to the UK to do the second stage of their skills assessments this summer. Two Registered Training Organisations for trade occupations have announced upcoming practical assessments in Ireland. On 22/23 May, VETASSESS will be holding practical assessments for electricians and plumbers in Belfast. Applicants will have to . . . → Read More: Australian Trade Skills Assessments in Ireland this Summer