Queensland: ‘Registered migration agents and solicitors … shared their 2019 resolutions and predictions and offered some words of inspiration for the year ahead’
The Business & Skilled Migration Queensland’s website contains an article that includes the following passages:
What is your top new year’s resolution for 2019?
“To try and achieve a better work-life balance. I am hoping to achieve this through better time and work practices and managing my case load more efficiently.”
Jason Browne, Director and Registered Migration Agent MARN 1576529, Heenan & Browne Visa and Migration Services
“On the professional side of things, my 2019 resolution is to aim is to seek new markets and use more creative, out-of-the box marketing initiatives to reach a wider client footprint.”
Ahmad Shady, Managing Director and Registered Migration Agent MARN 1575106, A2Z Consult Pty Ltd
What do you see as the biggest opportunities and challenges for the migration profession in 2019?
“I am interested in how the concept of sending migrants to regional areas for longer periods will look. Agents should research areas and work with local councils to assist in helping migrants identify possible suitable locations to create a win-win for all involved.”
Siobhan Chisholm, Operations Manager and Registered Migration Agent MARN 1679938, Education and Migration Services Australia
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