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Chelsea P

Can anyone recommend a migration agent, are playfair or iscah good?

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Hi there,

We are looking for a highly rated migration agent to do our EOI and visa application (189/190) any recommendations?

Has anyone used Playfair or ISCAH?

I'm a nurse so preferably the agent has experience with people in my position.

Thanks in advance

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I’m just nervous about making a mistake. Our application is quite straightforward I think but I understand that if you make a mistake your application is thrown out, or is that not the case ? 

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I would use one of the agents who regularly post on this forum. 


I just want PIO to be a happy place where people are nice to each other and unicorns poop rainbows

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8 hours ago, Chelsea P said:

Hi there,

We are looking for a highly rated migration agent to do our EOI and visa application (189/190) any recommendations?

Has anyone used Playfair or ISCAH?

I'm a nurse so preferably the agent has experience with people in my position.

Thanks in advance

If you are wanting to use an Australian Migration Agent, ISCAH have a very good reputation. 

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22 minutes ago, mrsmac said:

If you are wanting to use an Australian Migration Agent, ISCAH have a very good reputation. 

With whom?  They are registered migration agents so they should be fine, but I don't think I've ever seen anyone recommend them on these forums.

If I needed an agent, I'd go with one of the ones who post regularly on these forums.The site owners are fussy about who they allow to post here so I'd feel confident those agents are kosher.

Edited by Marisawright

Scot by birth, emigrated 1985 | Aussie husband applied UK spouse visa Jan 2015, granted March 2015, moved to UK May 2015 | Returned to Oz June 2016

"The stranger who comes home does not make himself at home but makes home itself strange." -- Rainer Maria Rilke

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ISCAH has been recommended by many people on other forums, including Alan Collett. Of the two that were mentioned, ISCAH is the one I recall being recommended, that's all. Obviously there are others, which of course have also been mentioned in the thread.

 

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There are many good registered migration agents who post on the forum who I wouldn't hesitate to recommend.

 Westly Russell - http://www.pinoyau.com/  

Raul Senise - http://www.ozimmigration.com 

Richard Gregan - http://www.overseas-emigration.co.uk/ 

Alan Collett -  https://www.gmvisas.com/ 

All MARA registered, many years experience as agents, all have contributed on the forum for around a decade or more.

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12 hours ago, ali said:

I would use one of the agents who regularly post on this forum. 

 

28 minutes ago, Cerberus1 said:

There are many good registered migration agents who post on the forum who I wouldn't hesitate to recommend.

 Westly Russell - http://www.pinoyau.com/  

Raul Senise - http://www.ozimmigration.com 

Richard Gregan - http://www.overseas-emigration.co.uk/ 

Alan Collett -  https://www.gmvisas.com/ 

All MARA registered, many years experience as agents, all have contributed on the forum for around a decade or more.

Thanks I will take a look at these agents now 😁

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  • We're currently using Overseas Emigration and they've been fantastic so far, really helpful and always able to chat and answer any questions and they've pointed out loads we haven't realised despite a lot of research on our part. They've been invaluable. 

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