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OMARA Complaints and How to Avoid

This course offers an in-depth analysis of the notices the OMARA can give agents and how they should respond to them and to investigations. (RMAs are eligible for 1 Category A point. Lawyers are eligible for CPD points as per the rules in their jurisdictions). Early Bird Promo until 2 August 2022 $54. (Regular Price $59)

Description

This course offers an in-depth analysis of the notices the OMARA can give agents and how they should respond to them and to investigations. It also discusses how to deal with complaints, the making of admissions and how to avoid complaints in the first place. This course also discusses several recent OMARA sanctions to help participants adopt best practices and avoid conduct that is conducive to sanctions. It also discusses some recent trends relating to sanctions.

Open to Australian lawyers, barristers and OMARA RMAs. Approved OMARA CPD Activity Code: M1A10037 (Cat A Online Workshop).

Lawyers can claim 1 hour of CPD points. RMAs will be eligible for 1 Cat A (mandatory ethics/code of conduct subject) point.

Presenter

 

Sergio Zanotti Stagliorio is an immigration barrister. Sergio holds a Juris Doctor from Sydney University, a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from The College of Law and a Graduate Certificate in Australian Migration Law & Practice from the Australian National University. Before becoming a barrister, he practised as an immigration solicitor and registered migration agent. Sergio also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering.  In addition to teaching at Migration Law Training, Sergio publishes Migration Law Updates, the industry’s leading newsletter for migration professionals. Sergio is a former Lecturer and Unit Coordinator at UWS and a former Assessor at UTS (Graduate Diploma in Australian Migration Law).

Sergio Zanotti Stagliorio is a barrister and publisher of industry newsletter Migration Law Updates. Sergio holds a Juris Doctor from Sydney University, Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from The College of Law, and Graduate Certificate in Migration Law and Practice from the Australian National University. In addition, he is a former lecturer in the Graduate Diploma in Migration Law and Practice.

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