As a new year starts in Cambodia, you might be thinking about making changes in your life – new hairstyle, new food preferences or even a new pet. Or, you might want to create a bigger, more impactful change – a new market for your business expansion or if you have been long planning for a new home in a new country, perhaps?
If you’re planning to make this huge, life-changing move, Australian Migration Agents Pty Ltd (AMA) has got you covered with its reliable and professional services.
AMA, the first Australian-registered migration agent in Cambodia, delivers migration assistance with full compliance and adherence to the Australian Consumer Protection Laws, the Migration Agent’s Code of Conduct, the Privacy Act of Australia and other related Australian Government laws that aim to protect visa applicants.
With their representative office in Diamond Island, Phnom Penh and an Australian Registered Agent living in Phnom Penh available for face-to-face consult, AMA has set their goals to assist Business owners and financially-able investors settle down in the land Down Under. AMA has been in the business for decades – a solid proof of how they have thrived to become the “sought-after” migration agency.
Robert K Chelliah, principal and CEO of AMA, provided personal service and attention to clients, giving them assurance of the transparency and professionalism of the agency.
Mr Chelliah, a graduate in social sciences and a professionally qualified social worker, delivers highly ethical services, upholds empowerment and equal treatment to all his clients, irrespective of where they come from.
Mr Chelliah also takes pride in being in the list of the Australian Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARA). With over 40 years of hands on expertise in handling Australian immigration-related cases, Mr Chelliah has already established a firm reputation for himself and AMA.
Under the Australian Migration Act, people who are not registered as migration agents are not allowed to give any migration assistance, let alone collect fees from others who have high hopes of migrating to Australia someday.
Mr Chelliah, having heard stories of failed migration and seeing desperation from people, whose plans have been jeopardised by illegal migration practitioners, always reminds applicants to make sure that they only consult a registered migration agent at all stages.
AMA, for one, gives nothing but comprehensive services in your move to Australia. An end-to-end service will be offered to you until your Permanent Resident Visa is confirmed.
With this, you will be assured that you are well-guided through every phase of the process, even until you reach Australia and start the life you’ve always dreamed of.
AMA’s services stretches from one to three years, with the fees segmented accordingly to the period of assistance you require from the agency.
The periods will be discussed personally – all pros and cons laid out right before you – and will be mutually agreed in the best interest of the clients.
Here are the details of the yearly processes:
A. If you are under Provisional Visa Subclass 188 – Innovation, 188 – Investors, or Significant Investor Visa it takes up to four years for a provisional visa holder to convert to Permanent Visa. AMA provides support services for these three years in Australia.
B. If you are going under Permanent Visa Subclass 132 – Business Talent, AMA provides support services for two years until the review by the State and Commonwealth Government for your Permanent Visa to be confirmed.
Going under provisional visa you are eligible to benefits like staying in Australia, working and start your business in Australia under certain terms and requirements, purchase of commercial and residential properties. Your dependent children too can benefit from FREE education at top government schools up to high school level, access to top medical facilities and many more.
Whichever provision suits your case, be confident that AMA will provide only the most efficient and sure-fire migration services. More information on AMA can be obtained from www.austmigration.com.au