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Is Australian Immigration Consultancy Fake Or Genuine? How to Check Yourself?

Author: Aspire World Immigration
by Aspire World Immigration
Posted: Nov 02, 2018

Nowadays there is a very rapid growth can be seen in all types of visa application for Australia. This is we can say a good time for businesses who do the visa and immigration service anywhere in any state or city in India. People are much more confident and prepare these days to immigrate to Australia. This is the good time everyone but there are companies and consultancies who are taking the advantage of this boom in the industry by making fool of people by miss commitment and misguiding and taking money for nothing but for denial cases. There are several cases have been found where people have lost not only the money but their confidence as well. On the name of Australia Immigration Consultants, they are just doing the fake service. They are doing this all in so confidence that until the visa gets verified you cannot judge if the visa you get is fake or genuine. So this is always advisable to every candidates and client to do their homework pretty well such as do some research about the consultant or anyone who claims to be an Australia Immigration Consultancy read about them on other social media page if they have read the google reviews on their Google search page list. Ask for their registration and other track records. We also request if anyone has found any company or constancy doing fake business practice please report them to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).

Here we are going here to explain a few of the signs which indicate if you are connecting with any fake consultant.

Do not entertain if you get an offer for a ‘guaranteed’ Australian visa or an offer for Family Resettlement in Australia. The offer comes via email, post, over the phone, on a website or even face-to-face on any mentioned offer on services which says you can save money and all like that. Never trust someone if they promise you for a visa is offered in return for payments, personal details and identity documents do not share you any personal details to such people. There are a lot of available who claims or if the person making the offer claims to know someone in the Australian High Commission, and may present as a ‘registered agent’ or ‘Australian visa application service’. It claims to be a ‘once in a lifetime opportunity’, or your ‘only’ chance to travel or migrate to Australia. You are asked to pay the scammer upfront to ‘register’ your interest in getting a visa never ever pay without any invoice or payment receipt. The scammer asks you to pay them directly rather than paying the government department and claims that only they can pay the department’s fees never do that because every application fee goes to the govt department you never know if they going to pay that bill on your behalf or not. Such scammer claims to have a special relationship with DIBP ask for the proof. They tell you they need to keep your original documents never leave your original docs with any consultant you can bring that to them but just to verification by the experts not to leave there with them. They may try to trick you into believing they are genuine by posing as staff from an Australian Government department, or by using websites which look like official Government sites. They commonly give you incorrect advice, ask you to lie on application forms, demand money and fail to deliver services.

Now we will let you know how to protect yourself when you are looking for Australia Permanent Resident Visa From India or any Best Immigration consultancy for yourself.

Be suspicious if you are contacted by phone, post, email or approached in person about a visa you did not apply for you may get such calls based on your online searches or if you submit your name number or email on such websites which ask for this information before you browse for any information. Make sure that the department does not contact people offering visas or asking for money to rectify a mistake. Any new information is always updated on DIBP’s official website you must follow the updates on this website. If you wish to use an Australian migration agent, check they are registered on the Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority website Never give or send anyone your original identity documents. Government departments may wish to view your original documents in person or may ask for certified photocopies but should never ask to keep your original documents. Never provide your personal, credit card or banking details in an email or over the phone—scammers will use your details to commit identity fraud or steal your money. If you think you have provided your bank account details to a scammer, contact your bank or financial institution immediately. Never provide private information online unless it is a secure site and you know who you are dealing with. Secure sites are locked with a padlock in the browser window or secure URL at the beginning of the address Job offers should be approached with caution and verified with the business in Australia. Always remember you only can be made a fool if you are not doing your job and become totally dependent on your consultant.

At the end we would like to suggest some steps which may help you to get a genuine and smooth service from any Australia PR Visa consultants in India you only have to visit them in person to their offices and ask as much as possible question related to your visa or immigration service you are looking for to get settled in Australia. You can track an update about your application. There is only one official Australian Government provider of visas - the Department of Home Affairs (HA). HA’s official website is accessible on all type of browser only you need to check that you are visiting the secure website. If you receive an email from the Australian High Commission in New Delhi the email will end in If you receive an email from the HA processing office in Australia the email address must end in It is easy for illegal operators to copy a real website or build one that looks professional. Even if one character is different, it can mean it is a different website or an email address. You can pay the fee directly to the department and do not require an agent to pay this fee on your behalf. No one can influence the outcome of a visa application or the visa decision-making process. Visas are granted only by authorized officers from HA if the relevant visa requirements are met.

Beware of fake visa labels. Unscrupulous agents and operators are charging large sums of money for Australian visas. They are then manufacturing fake visa labels and affixing them to clients’ passports as purported evidence they have been issued a visa. Now always remember that the Australian government no longer issues visa labels.

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Aspire World Immigration Consultancy Services LLP is one of the quickly developing and dependable and Top Permanent Resident Visa Consultants, Visa Consultants India, Immigration specialists in India and Overseas Job Consultants.

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