‘The NSW Department of Industry is seeking feedback on elements of it’s Regional Migration Program (Subclass 489 only) as managed by participating Regional Development Australia offices’.
The writer has received an email from email@example.com on 26 October 2018 that includes the following:
The NSW Department of Industry is seeking feedback on elements of it’s Regional Migration Program (Subclass 489 only) as managed by participating Regional Development Australia offices.
In particular, we are interested in examples of where levels of client service have not met expectations or where they has been unexplained delays or decisions to applications lodged.
It is our aim to ensure the NSW migration program delivers real benefit to NSW whilst simultaneously providing an overall positive experience for both clients and agents alike.
Please feel free to provide any comments by return email.
Senior Manager, Business & Skilled Migration
NSW Department of Industry
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