Q1 to the OMARA: assuming that it was not the Agent who forged the sponsor's signature and that he was not aware of the forgery, did he nevertheless facilitate the forgery by lack of diligence? Q2: assuming that the Agent's copying of the letterhead from the sponsor's website into nomination documents without the sponsor's knowledge did not involve dishonesty, was that nevertheless a misleading act? Q3: did the metadata on the Agent's file notes indicate to OMARA that those notes were not contemporaneous?
- [The RMA] was approached by [the visa applicant] who sought to engage him in relation to a subclass 187 visa application. [The visa applicant] told the Agent that an employer had already agreed to sponsor her, and that she would take all the documentation to the sponsor to sign in support of her application...
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