Migration to Australia conference is being organised under the joint association of Global Pathways Consultants and Emerson Migration Law at Udaipur on Sunday, 14 April. The conference seeks to educate and guide students who are looking at studying in Australia, and skilled professionals, viz. Doctors, Chartered Accountants, IT Professionals, Bankers, Lawyers, etc. as well as businessmen/entrepreneurs who are looking at migrating to Australia. The conference will have Archana Singh and Aishwarya Somel as the main speakers and counsellors.
The motive of this open conference is to guide candidates on the processes and procedures as well as legal requirements related to migration to Australia. Students who are seeking to pursue their higher studies abroad and are looking at Australia as one of the available options, will benefit from the conference as Global Pathways is legally authorised by universities in Queensland, Australia. Global Pathways is a recognised legal consultant in Queensland and along with Emerson Migration Law, provides the last mile consulting services for migration to Australia. Pre-requirements, qualifications, skill sets will be elaborately discussed as a part of this conference, the fees for which is Rs 100/-. The conference is scheduled to begin at 9:30am on 14 April at RCERT, Opposite Saheliyon ki Badi.
Schedule of the Conference:
8:30AM: Registration Process
9:30AM: Seating and Introduction
10:30AM: Presentation by Global Pathways
11:00AM: Presentation by Emerson Migration Law
12:00PM: Q&A session followed by refreshments for all participants
Post Lunch Session
3PM: Student Counselling One to One
4PM: Skilled Professionals Migration Consulting One to One
5PM: Busineesmen and Business set up and Migration Consulting One to One
About Global Pathways
Global Pathways is a Queensland Australia based Education and Migration consulting company. The Director of Global Pathways, Aishwarya Somel is a qualified lawyer. She is a QEA Certified Education Counsellor and a registered migration agent with Office of Migration Agents Registration Authority. She is also a solicitor with the Supreme Court of Queensland, an accredited collaborative law practitioner and accredited mediator.
She is also an active member of Migration Institute of Australia, Queensland Law Society, QUeensland Collaborative Law Group, Family Law Practitioners Association of Queensland and Law Council of Australia – Family Law Section.