The principal Migration Agent at MAVAS and director Michael Alcock (MARN: 1911731) is a former Visa Integrity Expatriate at the Australian Consulate-General, Shanghai. He understands the Home Affairs visa processing and analytical systems across the North Asia Region. His insight into Home Affairs processing environment means our team can prepare our clients applications to the highest standards.
MAVAS Group strives to provide superior service to our genuine clients, while attempting to eliminate identity crime and misuse in Australia.
THE MAVAS & OCVIM VISA INTEGRITY FRAMEWORK
MAVAS adheres to the OCVIM Visa Integrity Framework model, an independent, non-government visa integrity and quality assurance process to ensure that our ‘genuine’ clients applications have the best possible success. Following the OCVIM model assists MAVAS to identity potential identify misuse or fraud.
Following the MAVAS Visa Integrity Framework model we ensure that only ‘genuine’ clients applications are lodged. Utilising a reputable Migration Agent is key to your visa success.
* OCVIM or MAVAS Group (We) do not perform any Visa Integrity Checks on behalf of the Australian Government.
* We do not screen applications on behalf of the Department of Home Affairs or any Australian Government body.
* The OCVIM Model is an independent (no government approval) fraud detection and Quality process conducted independently by OCVIM and MAVAS Group Migration.
* The Department does not officially recognise any certification or fraud/integrity checks conducted by OCVIM or MAVAS Group.
Skilled Visas News
Condition 8607 is a new condition that it is anticipated will apply to all primary TSS visa holders. It is similar to condition 8107, which currently applies to subclass 457 visa holders.
As per the Government’s 18 April 2017 announcement, TSS visa applicants will be required to have worked in the nominated occupation, or a related field, for at least two years. Work experience related caveats that apply at the nomination stage for the subclass 457 visa will not apply to TSS nominations.
LMT settings for the new TSS visa will seek to balance prioritising Australian workers and recognising industry practices, and will be informed by the approach taken by comparable countries.
Making an appeal to the AAT? MAVAS assists clients with:
Reviewing the Departments of Home Affairs Decision Record to ensure no jurisdictional error has been made.
Preparing your submission to the AAT to appeal the decision and provide support at the AAT hearing, to ensure all facts have been presented and understood by the AAT member.