Khai Kwan (ABN 32 663 687 449) is a sole proprietor Australian law firm dealing with IP strategies (prosecution and appeals), start-ups, corporate law and migration application specializing in Australian business sponsorship visas, such as subclass 457 (closing down), 186, 189 and 187 visas.
Not only do we assist you to apply for Visa, we will also plan for your arrival into Australia and more, so that you will find migrating to Australia is the right decision. Currently we are managing the following US Patents invented by khai Kwan which are available for licesing 1. US Pat 8001035 - loan syndicate , 2. US Pat 7493279 - loan negotiation management system 3. US Pat 8650126 - prepaid card payment using self-created identifier 4. US Pat 7376612 - deposit offer 5. US Pat 7742996 - printable financial instrument with password protection 6. US Pat 7487126 - inter-telco payments 7. US Pat 7461010. We assist fintech companies who want to develop strategic services to compete against established giants around the world and to ensure they also able to recruit the best talents to do so. We also run the only free "ebay" of properties www.ozrealestates.com or under our brand violater.com. We have the only system allowing users to execute a buy online by connecting conveyancing and payments together at the backend which was reported by Austalian Financial Review Our vision is to design conveyancing functions that allow users to buy and sell properties as simple as buying/selling stocks by a click of the mouse.
Khai KWAN/ MARN 1576447
Master of Applied Finance (Macquarie University 1989)
Master of Environmental Law (Sydney University 1994)
formerly PhD candidate in Information Engineering (SEDAL, Sydney University 2001)
Advocate of the High Court of Sabah and Sarawak
Solicitor (NSW), Barrister & Solicitor (High Court Australia)
Barrister (WA). Previously worked as General Counsel for a mining company in Mongolia, legal officer in the Western Australia government, banks, startups and also a patent agent in Malaysia providing strategic patenting advice (personally I also have a number of US Patents see my linkedin page)
Background in litigation and advocacy in Sabah and in WA/NSW. Was a lecturer with University Malaya in the 90s taught Environmental Law.
By using consultation over skype or email first before face to face not only saves time but also will provide an opportunity for us to engage with our clients on a personally level. In most cases migration applications takes months after filing to get a result so a preliminary would clear up some of the false expectations and anxiety. Migration in Australia is governed by a myrid of requirements, I think the most compelling issue affecting migrants is the "english" requirement unless you are in business or sponsored. Other than this, most cases are pretty straight forward save for refugees type where evidence need to be provided. If you are a graduate and your studies/work experience is within the desired occupation list, then is a matter of sending in an expression of interest. If you are a businesman then is a matter of funds you are prepared to bring into Australia to add value. Where things become tricky is when one is a borderline case.
"We provide our immigration advice with our clients via legal advice and supporting services. It is always the knowledge of law based on facts that are critical in determining an application. "
"Khai Kwan provides comprehensive migration services in relation to business sponsorship visas(SC 457/186/187). We also deliver premium advice on line regarding other various visas (Business visas, Family related visas, Point based visas, Skilled visas). We will also deliver PRE/FREE assessment before you have a detailed consultation via our consultants who are based here in Sydney or Malaysia/Mongolia, whether you are eligible/qualified for the various visas using our innovative check system."
Subclass 457 allows skilled workers to come to Australia and work for an approved business for up to four years. YYou must be sponsored by an approved business (ie business has to file for approval first with the govt) followed by an application for position nomination. A business can sponsor someone for this visa if they cannot find an Australian citizen or permanent resident to do the skilled work. You can be in or outside Australia when you lodge your application. You will also need to do a skill assessment, english test must be at least 5 (IELTS) or show you have studies at least 5 years in an english medium environment. This is probably impossible for those from China/Korea.detail view
Subclass 186 is for skilled workers who want to work in Australia. This visa involves a two-step process, firstly, nomination by an approved Australian employer and then an application under the nominated stream. This visa is a permanent residence visa. You can be in or outside Australia when you apply. If you are in Australia, you must hold a substantive visa or a bridging visa A, B or C. The visa has three streams.detail view
Subclass 187 is for skilled workers who want to work in regional Australia. This visa involves a two-step process, firstly, nomination by an approved Australian employer an???d then an application under the nominated stream. The visa is a permanent resident visa. You can be in or outside Australia when you apply. If you are in Australia, you must hold a substantive visa or a bridging visa A, B or C.detail view
This Skilled-Independent visa (subclass 189) is a permanent residence visa for points-tested skilled workers who want to work and live in Australia. To be able to apply for this visa you need to submit an expression of interest and then be invited through SkillSelect to apply. ou can be in or outside Australia when you apply and when the visa is granted.detail view
Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190) is a permanent residence visa for points-test skilled workers who want to work and live in Australia after being nominated by an Australian state or territory government agency. To be able to apply for this visa you need to submit an expression of interest and then be invited through SkillSelect to apply. You can be in or outside Australia when you apply and when the visa is granted.detail view
For family members who are included in your visa application (in either visa pathways), they must be a family member of someone who already holds this visa (subclass 489) or a provisional visa in subclass 475, 487, 495 or 496.detail view
This Business Talent visa (subclass 132) is a permanent residence visa for business people who are nominated by an Australian state or territory government agency. To be able to get this visa you need to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI)through SkillSelect and then be invited to apply. You can be in or outside Australia when you apply and when the visa is decided.detail view
This Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) visa (subclass 188) is part of the Business Innovation and Investment Programme. Business Innovation & Investment Subclass 188 visas are for investors and business owners who wish to establish business operations in Australia. The visa is valid for 4 years. Note this is a 4 year temporary visa. Once you have maintained an investment in Australia for 4 years or established an ownership interest in an Australian business, you can apply for permanent residence through the Business Innovation & Investment (Residence) Subclass 888 visa. Must submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) through SkillSelect and be nominated by a state or territory government or Austrade on behalf of the Australian government before being invited to apply for this visa.detail view
For people to stay in Australia with their partner, who are Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen. The partner visa options for you is (already in Australia) Subclass 820/801 visas. If two years after you applied for the partner visa initially and the relationship is still genuine and continuing, a permanent visa (Subclass 801) may be granted.
For people from overseas who want to migrate to and stay in Australia with their partner, who are Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen. If two years after you apply for the partner visa initially (Subclass 300) and the relationship is still genuine and continuing, a permanent visa (Subclass 100) may be granted.
This Contributory Parent visa (subclass 143) lets parents live permanently in Australia if they have a child who is an Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen who is settled in Australia. Most applicants need to be sponsored by their child. Your sponsor needs to have lived lawfully in Australia for the two years before the application is lodged. You can lodge an application for this visa in or outside Australia. If you are in Australia, you can apply only if your temporary visa allows you to apply for another visa while you are in Australia.detail view
The Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485) lets you live, study and work in Australia temporarily after you have finished your studies. Students are only able to access the Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485) once as a primary applicant.detail view
The Skilled — Recognised Graduate visa (subclass 476) allows recent engineering graduates of eligible universities to gain up to 18 months of skilled work experience in occupations. It is a temporary visa.
The applicant may be inside or outside Australia when you apply for this visa however you must be outside of Australia when the visa is decided, unless you are a New Zealand citizen who holds a Special Category visa (subclass 444). A New Zealand citizen who holds a Special Category visa (subclass 444) can be in or outside Australia when the visa is decided.detail view