CDC ready to meet the new challenges in Australian migration

The ever increasing successes of the Career Development Centre (CDC) in the field of overseas migration has been the result of years of dedication to build a name that strikes an image as unmatched in its competence to deliver results to make come true the dreams of those who seek greener pastures. Over the years the numbers who have reaped the benefits of seeking CDC’s guidance in migration consultancy have rarely seen a negative result. The constant and conscientious attention to each applicant’s case has been and is one of the hallmarks that define CDC and its nature of customer focused service. After all it’s not only about the money but to ensure that the client achieves his own goal, which is what drives the CDC to reach its heights.

With individual attention given to each case every applicant’s case is monitored personally by the senior consultant herself the CDC’s dynamic enterprising Managing Directress –Samanthika Pathirage. The years of experience in overseas migration consultancy has ensured that an exponent is always providing her expertise to guide each application through the complexities of the multilayered process. Through transparency and keeping the clients constantly updated of the processing the CDC has built up a reputation amongst its clientele for reliability and assurance, which can be hugely comforting to a hopeful migrant who needs to know what his status is and what plans can be drawn up for the big move beyond Sri Lankan shores. Confidence in the company handling your application is paramount to feel that your precious money has been entrusted wisely to see your dream of migration to Australia comes true.

Making your dream of migrating to Australia isn’t as easy as booking a plane ticket and certainly requires immense preparations in terms of the complex paper work and other criteria such as IELTS scores and so on. The other most pressing concern is the constant flux in migration policy changes on the part of the Australian migration authorities. The migration policy changes tend to take effect midyear around July and the changes in 2009 and 2010 were instances where several backlogs occurred with a few clients who had sought CDC’s services after being let down by other migration consultants. The flux in migration policies of the Australian migration authorities can be frustrating at times to hopeful migrants who may find that all of a sudden the requirement criteria that they’ve been building up is no longer fully valid or is now incomplete. The CDC’s diligent eyes keeps constant track of upcoming migration policy changes and thus they strategize to meet deadlines and keep to their commitments to their ever valued customers.

When a migration policy change is introduced there are many changes to the system that happen. At such instances many hopeful migrants may feel they have been made to feel helpless since they had been targeting a particular type of visa and were preparing to meet the criteria set for that. However CDC can confidently claim that it is ever ready to meet the almost unannounced changes that come up.
The policy reforms for Australian migration are due again this year in July. End of 2010 and beginning of this year saw a stable flow of successful migrations to Australia while the upcoming changes appear to be ones that will create a number of complex hurdles for hopeful Sri Lankans.

However CDC is up to the task to ensure that all their clients who have targeted visas under the present system will have applications duly completed and ready for submission to avoid the post-reforms scenario. Dedicated service that is willing to run into overtime to ensure customer satisfaction, coupled with the expertise garnered over years of success has helped many a near failed case to pull through into a success story. The commitment put in for every single case has been one of the secrets of CDC’s success and very much defines the philosophy behind their enterprise. The MD has found great resourcefulness in her staff members notably Damith Diunugala, Deshani Edirisooriya and Jugini Sivagananathan who have applied themselves fully to achieve the company’s goal of ensuring customer satisfaction which is always the basis on which a company finds its success and sustenance.

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