A person commits an offence if he offers to provide immigration advice or immigration services1 and provision by him of the advice or services would constitute an offence2. A person offers to provide advice or services if he:
(1) makes an offer to a particular person or class of person3;
(2) makes arrangements for an advertisement in which he offers to provide advice or services4; or
(3) makes arrangements for an advertisement in which he is described or presented as competent to
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