Turning genealogy into a career

Wherever in the world you are conducting research, the same basic qualities apply: any professional genealogist should have ethics, knowledge, skill and experience. Additionally, they should strive to obtain professional credentials to be able to conduct competent research on behalf of clients. They also guarantee clients redress if they are unhappy with the services.

The credentials relevant to Australia and New Zealand are provided by the Australasian Association of Genealogists and Record Agents (AAGRA). Becoming a part of this

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