Become an OISC Immigration Advisor - We help with registration and training
- 11 days ago
Start your a new career as an Immigration Advisor.
We assist new applicants to register with the Office of Immigration Service Commissioner (OISC) at level 1, 2 or 3.
You do not need any formal qualifications. OISC is an easy pathway to becoming a qualified advisor in the shortest time.
Once you are accredited you can legally practice in immigration law.
Whether you are a new advisor or wanting to upgrade your level, we offer professional and personalised assistance with the application.
The application can be complicated and can take many months to prepare. We can save you time, by explaining the application prerequisites and process in simple terms. We will draft your policy documents according to your proposed immigration business.
Our services includes:
* Drafting policy documents in compliance with the OISC Codes of practice
* Assistance in completing application form
* Drafting an effective competency statement
* Checking through your application to ensure its meets the OISC requirements
* Dealing with any OISC requisitions
* Advice on self employed person or a limited liability company
* Website design
* Marketing services
* Immigration Training
*And much more
We have a high success rate of registering new advisors.
The test is currently held online. It is an open book exam which means you do not need to worry about memorising all the Immigration rules. We can advice you how to prepare your materials and notes effectively so you can access the information quickly during the exam and pass the test. The current pass mark is only 60%.
If you would like to discuss how we may assist you, please contact us.
We can speak in the following languages: English, Urdu, Punjabi, Bangladesh, Turkish and Farsi.
Genuine applicants reply only.
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