Queensland will be hosting a seminar on the Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) visa (subclass 188), Significant Investor stream. The event will occur on 29 May 2019, is free of charge, but there are limited places available. The seminar is open to RMAs and migrants.
The BSMQ website includes the following announcement:
Significant Investor Visa (SIV) Seminar 29 May 2019
Moelis Australia and Business and Skilled Migration Queensland invite registered migration agents, immigration lawyers and migrants interested in the Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) visa (subclass 188) Significant Investor stream to a seminar on this stream.
The event is free of charge and there are strictly limited places available.
Enda Stankard, Executive Director, Moelis Australia
Greg McKean, Manager, Business and Skilled Migration Queensland
- Update on the SIV program
- SIV statistics to date
- Moelis SIV complying investments including Queensland investments
- Applying for Queensland Government SIV nomination
Event date and time:
The event will be held on Wednesday 29 May 2019 from 4.00pm – 7.00pm (registration from 3.30pm) and will be followed by an informal drinks reception and networking event.
email@example.com (numbers are strictly limited)
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