Beverly’s intention from the beginning was to make as much money as she can and was not bothered about her clients’concerns and the business in general, and this was enough for her to breach a lot of regulations and the code of conduct governing all migration agents. Beverly has first violated section 312A of the Migrations Act 1958 (Migration Act 1958, 2014) which says that a migration agent must inform about the applicant’s concerns and visa process to the department within 60 days of the application, but in fact she closed her business without notifying anyone and have breached the code of conduct of the Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARA). She has also breached the clause 6.1 and 6.1A of part 6 of the code of conduct of the MARA, which says that a migration agent must keep all records of the clients’ applications along with all their details for a period of 7 years from the date of last action on the file of the client (MARA, 2012). Thus considering this, she has breached the Migrations Act 1958 and the code of conduct for the MARA. She has also breached the clause 10.1 and 10.4 of the code of conduct of the MARA under which she is supposed to finish all pending works of clients before terminating her practice, and in addition, she also needs to give back the documents of the clients which she destroyed.