QSOL update

BSMQ Update to QSOL – Engineering Technologists

16-07-2018

Engineering Technologist (233914) will be removed from all the Queensland Skilled Occupation Lists (QSOLs) on 16 July 2018 as BSMQ has received large number of EOIs for this occupation and have filled the quota. If you have not received an invitation by today, BSMQ is no longer in a position to issue any new invitations. … Continued

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BSMQ Teams up with Landmark in Ho Chi Minh City

15-07-2018

BSMQ teamed up with Brisbane-based Landmark Business Consultants to deliver a business migration and investment seminar in Ho Chi Minh City. Team Queensland, dressed in Brisbane Broncos jerseys, entertained the 60 strong Saigon business community outlining State’s diversified industry profile, investment opportunities across a range of industries and tax and legal advice on how to … Continued

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BSMQ Migration and Investment Roadshow in Ho Chi Minh City

11-07-2018

BSMQ Migration and Investment Roadshow to Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam from 8–10 July 2018 to promote awareness of Queensland as a business migration destination. BSMQ Manager Greg Mckean conducted presentation on the seminar hosted by AIMs attracted over 150 potential migrants.                

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Suncorp Stadium. Image Courtesy of Tourism and Events Queensland.

BSMQ issuing new invitations for business visa applications. Invitations for skilled applications are still currently suspended.

21-05-2018

Business nominations BSMQ is continuing to issue new invitations for business applications, however due to a backlog of applications, the processing of new business visa applications may be delayed until July 2018.   Skilled nominations BSMQ currently has a backlog of applications and is temporarily suspending issuing new invitations for skilled applications until July 2018. … Continued

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Trade 2018: Health and Knowledge Program

Trade 2018: Health and Knowledge Program

14-05-2018

BSMQ hosted a health and aged care delegation to Trade 2018, the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Trade and Investment Program, from 9-13 April 2018. The delegates were given an exclusive access to Queensland leaders in the fields of health, biomedical, life sciences, and aged care. They also learnt about Queensland capabilities in health, including world leading … Continued

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Important information for Queensland skilled and business visa holders

Important information for Queensland skilled and business visa holders

23-01-2018

Congratulations on being nominated by Queensland. As a Queensland state nominated visa holder, you must advise BSMQ by email (migration@qld.gov.au) of your residential address and contact details once you are living in permanent accommodation and must continue to notify BSMQ of subsequent changes to your residential address and contact details during the period of your visa. If you … Continued

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Visa updates

Important notice for Significant Investor Visa (SIV) holders (subclass 188)

07-12-2017

Please note this notice does not constitute legal advice and we would highly recommend you seek the advice of a registered migration agent as to your individual circumstances. Lodgement of visa subclass 888 application If you applied for your provisional visa (subclass 188) in the Significant Investor stream prior to 1 July 2015, you are eligible to … Continued

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Advance Rockhampton seminar

Event: BSMQ Asialink Queensland investment seminar

23-10-2017

Business and Skilled Migration Queensland (BSMQ), in conjunction with Asialink and McCullough Robertson, held an investment focused lunch-time seminar “Queensland – the emerging international investment destination for business migrants” on 19 October 2017. It was well attended by over 55 people, with informative speakers and a panel discussion on Queensland as an ideal location for business migration … Continued

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Migration agents looking to North Queensland

Migration agents looking to North Queensland

23-06-2017

Townsville and Burdekin Shire was the focus of an inbound delegation of migration agents who help their clients identify investment opportunities. The delegation of 22 agents spent a day in Brisbane, three days in Townsville and a one day visit to the town of Ayr. The program showcased north Queensland’s strengths in food and agribusiness, pharmaceutical … Continued

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