Bangladeshi time 11 am to 12.15 pm on August 10, 2021, clock was ticking with delightful of excitement for eduaid. Andrew Klimek, the Assessment officer at the Immigration department from Adelaide and Kazi AHS Ahsan, CEO of eduaid, from Melbourne were interacting with the aspirant business migrants of Bangladesh. The webinar was co-hosted by the government of South Australia and eduaid on business migration to Australia for Bangladeshi applicants.
Mr Andrew Klimek spoke at length on the entire application procedure with the aid of a vivid slideshow. Mr Klimek’s presentation focused on topics including an introduction to Australian business migration, a summary of Australia’s business visas, State nomination requirements, and various avenues for business migration to Australia.
He talked about the existing business migration visas, including the Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) visa (subclass 188), the different branches of this visa, and the transitory pathways from temporary to permanent resident status in Australia.
He also focused on the recent changes in threshold requirements. In new financial year. There is a change in threshold requirement for the business visa (subclass 188). The applicants now require having an annual turnover of AUD 750,000 and holding 1.25 million worth of assets.
After the requirement and eligibility phase Mr Klimek’s illustrated the life in Australia, the superb quality of education, safe and secure housing facilities, and a relaxed and enjoyable lifestyle.
Webinar participants also learned about the City of Adelaide being recently named as the most livable city in Australia, and the third-most livable city in the world.
The most excited chapter of the session was the Question and Answers part, where the zeal of the inquisitive participants appears in the surface. Kazi Ahsan attended most of the migration related queries while Mr. Klimek responded to the business-related questions. Kazi Ahsan also spoke to the participating Bangladeshi business people on State nominations, business visa requirements, application processes, and other details of business migration to Australia. The one-hour session was unique of its kind where a representative, directly from the government, was one of the host.
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