Adelheide is been living with Alderbert but is not a defacto member of the family head of Alderbert, though both are Belgians. If he is able to prove that he is a defacto partner of Alderbert’s family head and is living with him, the he may be able to apply for a secondaryvisa along with Alderbert. The definition of family head here needs to be defined which can make the process easier, because in several scenarios, it is possible that a defacto partner is a far and distant family member but is not dependent on the family head. Besides, today’s scenarios do not have a single family head because since they are separated, they are independent and consider themselves their own family head, so there is ambiguity in the definition and the requirements for Adelheide to be considered as a secondary applicant along with Alderbert.
If there is a complain after 2 years of Beverly stopping her services as a migration agent, the MARA can take action against her according to section 306(D) clause (2) which says that the MARA can give a written notice to the inactive migration agent for recovering the documents of the clients, if it thinks appropriate to do so. The MARA in their notice must give a time period of 14 days to recover the documents, and those documents may not belong to a particular client but a general group of client. This is imperative as the security agency of the country who is constantly searching for suspicious activities of people who are supposed illegal residents will need to have complete details of who and when anyone is coming to the country and leaving back. A person is liable to be found guilty of within the stipulated time, does not deliver the relevant documents of clients held when the practice was active and the clients also have full rights in obtaining all relevant documents.