Australian Immigration And Taxation Seminar


Have you ever considered migrating to Australia?

Are you an Australian University Alumnus who has dreamed of migrating to Australia to pursue your career and start a new life for both you and your family? Under the Australian Independent Skilled Migration Subclass visa 189, graduates from engineering, IT, accounting and many other disciplines may qualify to apply under this category. The occupation list is even broader if you can find a sponsoring employer in Australia.

You may also qualify for migration as a Business Owner or Investor.

Furthermore, if you are an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident residing in Hong Kong or receive income from Australia, you should understand the latest Australian taxation laws which may apply to you. This is also important if you are planning to migrate or return to live in Australia.

In order to provide you with detailed information on the above, FAAA has the honour to invite Mr Wilson Chan to give us an insight into the latest development of Australian Immigration and Taxation Laws. Wilson has been actively practising in the immigration profession in Australia for more than 20 years and specializes in complex cases including appeals and reviews. He is also a regular CPD presenter for fellow migration agents.

About the speaker:

  • Master of Business Administration – The University of Queensland, Australia
  • Fellow Member of the Migration Institute of Australia Ltd
  • Committee member of the QLD branch of the Migration Institute of Australia Ltd
  • Fellow Member of CPA Australia
  • Fellow Member of Chartered Accountants Australia and NZ
  • Certified Financial Planner of the Financial Planning Association of Australia Ltd
  • Professional Translator (Chinese –> English) – National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI)
  • Justice Of The Peace Qld (Qualified)

Date: 3 December 2015 (Thursday)

Time: 6:30pm Registration  7pm to 8:30pm Seminar

Venue: CPA Australia, Hong Kong Office

Address: 20/F Tai Yau Building , 181 Johnston Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong

Admission: FREE (First-come-first-served)

Seats are strictly limited. Please reserve on/before Wednesday, the 25th of November 2015. For reservation or enquiry, please contact:

Mr Ivan Chan at 9733 6247 or [email protected]; OR

Mr Charles Ng at 9832 8656 or [email protected]

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Joint Universities Alumni Bierfest 2015


Co-organized by the following alumni: Australia National University, Federation University Australia, Macquarie University, Monash University, University of Southern Queensland, University of Queensland, University of Technology Sydney

Date : 24 Oct 2015 (Saturday)
Time : 6pm – 11pm
Ticket : HK$260 per person, * includes entrance fee, 1 beer and 1 Bierfest Mug



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FAAA 20th Anniversary Ball (30 August 2015, Sunday at Hong Kong Jockey Club Happy Valley Clubhouse)

FAAA Ball 2015

Over 20 years ago, Australian alumni activities were rather scattered, therefore Australian Consulate General has suggested the establishment of a centralized team, therefore Federation of Australian Alumni Associations Hong Kong (FAAA) was formed in 1995.

Over the past two decades, FAAA has dedicated to unite various universities’ alumni chapter and has grown from 16 to 24 members. Through FAAA events, we have seen laughters, personal development, business opportunities and most important friendships, which have last for years.

Today FAAA has been one of the most active overseas alumni groups in Hong Kong. We are proud to be an Australian alumni. Please join us to celebrate the twenty years of friendship and achievement together at our 20th Anniversary Ball.

[FAAA 20th Anniversary Ball]
Date: 30 August 2015 (Sunday)
Time: cocktail from 6pm
Venue: 2/F, Chater Room, Hong Kong Jockey Club Happy Valley Clubhouse, 25 Shan Kwong Road, Hong Kong
Price: HK$980/person or HK$10,800/a table of 12
Dresscode: Black tie

Seats are limited and registration is required.

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FAAA Happy Hour with the Fred Hollows Foundation 18th June, 2015


Date: 18th June, 2015

Time: 7pm

Venue: Boujis Hong Kong

Address: G/F, 37 Pottinger Street, Central District, Hong Kong

Free entry with cash bar

The Fred Hollows Foundation is a leading Australian NGO inspired by the work of the late Professor Fred Hollows (1929–1993). Fred was an eye doctor, renowned surgeon and social justice activist. Fred was committed to improving the health of Indigenous Australians and delivering sight-saving programs in developing countries to end avoidable blindness.

Through their program work in 20 countries across Asia and Africa they have restored sight to over 1 million people. The Foundation’s new regional office in Hong Kong will lead their advocacy and fundraising efforts to support urgent program work in Greater China and the Asia region.

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2015-04-22 CEO LIVE Seminar




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Leader of Leader Seminar

FedUni Alumni Seminar 2015

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2015 March Joint Australian Uni Alumni Happy Hour


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Joint Australia University Alumni Christmas Happy Hour


Let’s celebrate Christmas


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FedUni Alumni Christmas Party 2014


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Notice of the Annual General Meeting 2014

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Annual General Meeting of the Federation University Australia (FedUni) Alumni Chapter Hong Kong former University of Ballarat Alumni Chapter (Hong Kong) will be held on Saturday, 18th October 2014 at 4pm at the:

Sino Education
2/F, Fourseas Building, 208-212 Nathan Road,
Jordan, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

The meeting is being called for the following purposes:
1. to receive and consider the annual report of the Council; the annual statement of accounts of the chapter and the Auditor’s report thereon;
2. the election of Council members;
3. the election of Auditors for the ensuing twelve months where required in accordance with the Chapter Memorandum and Articles of Association;
4. to discuss and resolve such matters as the Council may wish to raise; and
5. to discuss such matters of general interest raised by members of the Chapter provided due notice of the same is given to the Council at least seven days before the meeting and no such motion shall come before the meeting unless such notice has been given, or unless the Council members see fit to dispense with this rule in any particular case

In case of adjournment, the revised date, time and venue for the adjourned meeting will be announced via the chapter website at

Call for Nominations & RSVP: [email protected]


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Joint Australia Uni Alumni Networking Drink (2014-09-04)


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ANZAC EVE Joint University Alumni Happy Hour 2014 April


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Joint Australian University Networking Drinks 2013 Nov


Meet New & Old Friends

Date : 28 Nov 2013 (Thur)
Time : 7pm – 10pm
Venue : Show Club, G/F, 29 Wyndham Street, Central, HK
Cost : Cash Bar

Organised by : Curtin University, Griffith University, Queensland University of Technology, University of Ballarat, University of Queensland, University of South Australia, University of Southern Queensland, University of Technology Sydney

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Bierfest 2013


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Cupcake Making Class


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AGM 2013


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Happy Hour Network Drink – 2013-08-29

2013-08-29 HH

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2013-08-15 FAAA & Engineers Australia Networking Drink

2013-08-15 HH

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2013-06-05 Joint Australian University Alumni Networking Drink

2013-06-05 HH

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2013-04-25 Joint Australian University Alumni Networking Drink

2013-04-25 HH

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