Migration agent barred for five years over fraudulent conduct
The Department of Home Affairs has barred a former migration agent for a period of five years over “serious breaches” of professional obligations resulting from his conflict of interest and “repeated fraudulent conduct” and “blatant disregard of law”.
As reported by SBS.
The Professional Standards and Integrity Section of the Migration Agents Registration Authorityhas barred Jasdeep Singh Chug in a decision delivered on March 20.
An investigation was initiated against Mr Chug after a former client complained against him in November 2016.
The former client, identified as DK, accused the former MARA agent of receiving $43,500 for facilitating an employer nomination for the purpose of applying 457 visa and subsequently a permanent employer sponsored visa from a café restaurant owned by Mr Chug’s brother in law.
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