Business migrants invest $306m in Queensland

16-09-2020

Eighty-six business migrants have invested $306 million and created 306 jobs in Queensland in the past 4 years, according to data gathered by TIQ’s Business and Skilled Migration Queensland (BSMQ) team. Eighty-six business migrants have invested $306 million and created 306 jobs in Queensland in the past 4 years, according to data gathered by TIQ’s Business and Skilled Migration Queensland (BSMQ) … Continued

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‘First Date of Entry’ Information

07-09-2020

BSMQ has been receiving enquiries regarding ‘the first date of entry’ for state nominated visas granted offshore. The Department of Home Affairs is aware that visa holders may not be able to travel to Australia by ‘first date of entry’ detailed on the visa grant letter due to COVID-19 restrictions, and has released the below … Continued

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BSMQ business and skilled program remains closed on 1 July 2020

01-07-2020

BSMQ has been advised by the Department of Home Affairs (HA) that it will not be in a position to open the 2020/21 migration program on 1 July 2020. As a consequence, BSMQ’s business and skilled migration program will remain closed on 1 July 2020 until further notice. Please note:  BSMQ will not be accepting any Expressions of Interests (EOIs) submitted … Continued

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Hong Kong Trade and Investment Commissioner and BSMQ take part in innovative ‘Queensland Investment and Migration Virtual Fair’

25-06-2020

Queensland Trade and Investment Commissioner, Hong Kong – Julia Herries, and BSMQ Senior Project Officers – Marney Richardson and Cynthia Chen, were the key note speakers in a live webinar with Hong Kong based Migration firm Ascent Step Ltd International recently. The live webinar was segment of a cutting edge virtual exhibition space – in … Continued

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BSMQ skilled migrant’s business ‘ModnPods’ soars during COVID-19 crisis

19-05-2020

Throughout this adverse COVID-19 environment, Queensland state nominated skilled migrant from Texas, USA, John Christie, owner of eco-homes manufacturing business ‘ModnPods’ has seen an increase of enquiries for his pods by 40%. Mr Christie has explained that the COVID-19 environment has promoted homeowners to start thinking about additional income sources and/or how they could provide … Continued

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BSMQ supports migration agent partners through COVID-19 

23-04-2020

Supporting key migration agent partners throughout the period of the COVID-19 pandemic is a  BSMQ priority which will ensure strong relationships are maintained.   BSMQ’s Lin Han was invited by one of China’s biggest migration agents, the Austar Group, to deliver a webinar on 17 April 2020. There were over 130 Austar–client attendees, who were given updates on the current Queensland investment climate and BSMQ criteria as it currently stands.   Lin touched on the COVID-19 impact on … Continued

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COVID-19 business support webinar – for Mandarin speakers

14-04-2020

新冠肺炎疫情下澳洲企业生存策略网络研讨会 COVID-19 Business Recovery Webinar Series   新冠肺炎疫情日益严重,许多昆士兰商家企业面临挑战。澳大利亚中国工商业委员会昆士兰分会,将与战略伙伴—昆士兰州政府贸易投资厅(TIQ)一起合作举办一系列的网络研讨会,旨在支持昆州企业渡过难关。 首个网络研讨会将重点讨论新冠肺炎疫情下澳洲企业生存策略,联邦及州政府的经济刺激政策和措施, 以及中国市场经济复苏之路。 The scope and spread of the COVID-19 pandemic has far exceeded the predictions of many. As businesses in Queensland are struggling under the pressure, effective planning and strategies are more critical than ever. The Australia China Business Council (ACBC) in partnership with Trade and Investment … Continued

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Bridging Visa holders: s48 bar – unable to lodge due to entry ban

06-04-2020

If an applicant is currently on a bridging visa and has been invited to lodge documents with BSMQ for a subclass 491 visa, they must notify Business and Skilled Migration Queensland of any past visa refusals or cancellations. If an applicant has received a visa refusal or cancellation whilst on a bridging visa they are … Continued

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COVID-19 business support webinar

03-04-2020

COVID-19 continues to present intense challenges for many Queensland businesses, and support and solutions can be difficult to navigate under the current climate. Australia-China Business Council (ACBC), in partnership with Trade and Investment Queensland, will host a webinar to discuss the impacts of COVID-19 on your business, and to update you on the support and … Continued

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TIQ showcases Wide Bay opportunities for migrant investment

03-10-2019

Investment and export opportunities in the Wide Bay Burnett region were showcased to 40 business migrant investors and migration agents during a TIQ roadshow in late September. The one-week tour took Business and Skilled Migration Queensland (BSMQ) investors and agents from China, Vietnam, Papua New Guinea and Pakistan to Bundaberg, Gayndah, Kingaroy, Rainbow Beach, Tin Can Bay, … Continued

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