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Mohammad Reza Azimi

Mohammad Reza Azimi

Mohammad is the principal migration agent in Shada Migration and Education Services.

As an Australian qualified education agent, he holds a Bachelor Degree in English Language Translation and a Graduate Certificate in Migration Law from the Australian National University. Mohammad is fluent in spoken and written Farsi, Dari and English, and is an accredited and licensed NAATI Persian translator. NAATI (The National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters) is the national standards and accreditation body for translators and interpreters in Australia.

Mohammad is active member of Migration Alliance, the professional associations for Australian migration service providers.He has worked as a tour guide for overseas visitors throughout Iran, and has a heartfelt understanding of his native country, Iran.

Between 1997 and 1999, he was an English Teacher at both the Open Education Centre of Azad University and the National Organization for Development of Brilliant Talents, in Tehran.In both Iran and Australia, Mohammad has worked as a translator, and has five publications to his credit.

Mohammad has extensive experiences in employment sector and community services in Australia and he has worked as an employment consultant for Mission Australia for 3 years.He was appointed as a representative of Mission Australia in Campsie Centrelink to helping the long-term unemployed and disadvantaged youth back into work.

From 2001 to 2006, he was the Iranian Correspondent for Archaeological Diggings, Australia's foremost Archaeological magazine.Between 2006 and 2008 he was a Journalist, where he contributed stories, essays and articles about the Iranian community in Australia.

He also owns and manages Shada Migration and Education Services.

Spoken Language(s): English; Persian; Dari.

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Allan Hornery

Allan Hornery

Fr. Allan Hornery is well renowned for his diverse roles within many communities of NSW. Allan is a highly respected Priest, Counsellor, and Immigration Advisor for a Federal Member of Parliament, past Deputy Chair of the Board of Management for the Liverpool Migrant Resource Centre and a Migration Agent for Just Legal Solicitors, Barristers and Immigration and Shada Migration and Education Services.

In his early years, he took on a journey of spiritual enlightenment and joined a religious congregation where he spent twelve happy years of prayer, study, and teaching. This led him onto roles as Principal in schools of the Diocese of Bathurst, Wollongong and in the city of Sydney. Through his achievements, Allan was then appointed as a member of the NSW Disadvantaged Schools Commission for NSW and Educational Consultant for the Diocese of Wollongong.

In 1981 Allan decided to study for the Catholic Priesthood and was ordained to the Catholic Priesthood in December 1987. He was appointed as Director of Catholic Media, was a broadcaster on radio with a talk back program, wrote scripts for both radio and television and during this time studied for his Diploma of Media as well as managed Parishes and schools. He also held many posts in Chaplaincy to Hospitals and Nursing homes. In 2007 he decided to again take a different path and resigned from active parish Ministry to pursue the world at large and take on new ministry challenges.

Counselling has always been Allan's passion. Allan possesses over thirty years' experience as a counsellor assisting people and migrants of all nationalities through difficult times of separation, death, grief, marriage, drugs, alcohol and life counselling. With his relentless passion to help others, it had come with no surprise that he took the path as migration Agent to assist and reunite families, partners and refugees with a temporary or permanent visa to Australia.

Australia's migration system changes frequently and can be complex and confusing. As an experienced registered migration agent bound by the Code of Conduct, Allan can confidently guide you through the migration system and provide you with the advice and assistance you need. Please feel free to contact Allan by telephone or email to arrange an initial consultation. If you are unable to attend an initial consultation in person, a telephone conference can be arranged.

Credentials: Post.Grad.Mig.Law & Prac., Dip.Ed, Dip Counselling, Cert IV, Training & Assessment, Dip.Media.

Spoken Language(s): English.

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Riaz Haffejee

Mara number: 1462200

Riaz Haffejee is an Australian Solicitor and Registered Migration Agent.

He works as an independent consultant with Shada Migration and Education Services, a migration firm that offers a full suite of migration services, especially to the Iranian community. At Shada he deals with all aspects of skilled migration and protection visa applications.

Riaz also has over 14 years’ experience as a lawyer in South Africa where he handled thousands of cases, in a deadline driven, litigation environment. His experience extends to consulting with clients, preparing case documentation, drafting correspondence and court documents, writing legal opinion, advocacy in court and settlement negotiations.

He attributes his past success as a lawyer in South Africa, and growth in his current role as an Australian migration agent, to a strong skillset, that includes analytical, time management and organisational skills. Clients and colleagues appreciate his empathy, technical knowledge, attention to detail and commitment to delivering results.

Away from the office, Riaz is active in community initiatives for the upliftment and integration of migrants in Australia. He volunteers at a free migration advice bureau, and also convenes English conversation classes for migrants who wish to improve their ability to communicate in English.

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Submission to the Minister for Immigration

Anyone who has had their visa application reviewed and decided by Administrative Appeals Tribunal or is in detention (whether or not they have had their visa application reviewed and decided by the AAT may write to the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection (‘Minister’) asking the Minister to consider issuing a visa in the “public interest”. This is generally referred to as a request for Ministerial intervention.

If the Minister decides to exercise his / her discretion, he or she will issue the visa which is considered to be the most appropriate. This may be a temporary or permanent visa.

Shada Migration and Education Services can assist you to seek Ministerial intervention and we are able to prepare the submission on your behalf and include documents according to Ministerial Guidelines.

If you wish to discuss about your case, feel free to contact us.


 

Immigration to Australia

Immigration to Australia

Shada Migration and Education Services deal with all migration matters for clients wishing to reside permanently or temporarily in Australia. We provide services for the following visa programs:Business Migration Program, Skilled Migration Program, Family Migration Program.

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Study in Australia

Study in Australia

Australia has a world-class education system that is open to everyone. If you have the entry requirement you can get into any level of education. Australians are open, relaxed & friendly people so students usually find a warm welcome in Australia. Reasons you will love studying in Australia are the following

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AAT

AAT

AAT review decisions made by officers of the Department of Immigration and Border Protection to refuse or cancel visas.  AAT can also review decisions relating to approval and cancellation of sponsorship and nomination. AAT is the amalgamated tribunal, will undertake the same functions as the MRT and RRT,

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Services for Refugees

Services for Refugees

Australia is a party to the Refugees Convention and the Refugees Protocol and generally speaking, has protection obligations to people who are refugees as defined in them. A refugee is a person who:“owing to a well founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality,

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Free Migration Assessment

Free Migration Assessment

If you wish to migrate to Australia either through skilled migration program or Business Migration Program, we can provide you with a free initial assessment. It is an easy process, you only need to complete an online assessment form and we advise you whether have a reasonable chance to migrate to Australia

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Submission to the Minister

Submission to the Minister

Anyone who has had their visa application reviewed and decided by AAT or is in Australia's detention centres may write to the Minister for Immigration asking the Minister to consider issuing a visa in the “public interest”. This is generally referred to as a request for Ministerial Intervention.

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Immigration Advice

Immigration Advice

Shada Migration Services can give professional migration advice and visa application assistance to the people who wish to migrate to Australia.Advice can be provided over the phone or face-to-face conversation. In some cases, the advice may need to be followed by assistance in preparing and lodging a visa application.

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Letter of Advice

Letter of Advice

A Letter of Advice is a stand-alone document that informs you whether you can secure a visa to Australia on temporary or permanent basis. In most cases, a Letter of Advice will be sent to you before you sign a contract with us, provided that we are confident that you have a good chance of securing a visa to Australia

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