House committee seeks feedback on migration and education agents

INDIVIDUALS or organisations who have engaged the services of an Australian migration agent or education agent are encouraged to share their experiences as part of the Federal Parliament’s Joint Standing Committee on Migration’s inquiry into the efficacy of current regulation of Australian migration agents.

While the Committee is unable to intervene or provide advice or assistance in relation to individual circumstances, it wants to ensure that its findings are informed by those with personal experience As such, the Committee has launched two anonymous online questionnaires.

The first questionnaire enables people who have engaged the services of a migration agent or education agent to make a personal contribution to the inquiry, and will assist the Committee to understand the individual experiences of a broad range of people.

The second questionnaire enables Australian migration agents to put forward their views on the current migration agent regulatory regime.

Organisations are encouraged to share the questionnaire with their clients and members. You must be over 18 years old to complete the questionnaires, and it will take up to 15 minutes of your time. The questionnaires will close on Friday 1 June 2018.

To obtain more information about the inquiry, including the terms of reference, and to find out how to participate, visit the inquiry website:


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