PRIVACY STATEMENT MYVISA IMMIGRATION LAWYERS
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We only collect the information from you that we need in order to perform our visa assessment, consultation services and any other related services (“Services”). We comply at all times with the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) which regulates how personal information is handled including but not limited to your personal financial, business, work history, health, criminal record and other details (‘Personal Information’) which are sensitive information. We will not disclose your Personal Information without your consent except to enable us to perform the Services, unless required due to a medical emergency, legal requirement, law enforcement request or similar and we will only do so to a qualified professional who is under the same duty of confidentiality.
In order to provide our Services, we may be required to provide your Personal Information to third parties, including but not limited to: Immigration lawyers, migration agents, government officials, government regulatory bodies or agencies, vocational education and training assessment providers, educational institutions and colleges.
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We keep your Personal Information secure and do not use it for any purposes unrelated to our services. All our employees and any staff who may have access this personal information are under a strict duty of confidentiality and privacy practices are adhered to. Please note: we securely destroy all your Personal Information after 1 year if you have ceased using our Services.
From time to time, we may use your Personal Information to contact you in relation to information on our Services. You can unsubscribe at any time or advise us that you withdraw your consent to these specific uses and be removed from any further marketing or information we may send.
Important Note: You take full responsibility for making the informed decision to use our Services. You hereby agree to irrevocably release and waive any claims you may have now or in the future against us.
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