We take the time to really get to know your business so we can tailor our advice and services to your individual needs and be part of your success story.
Led by our top expert Nicolas Miranda, our Migration Service covers the full range of visas for businesses and individuals and we manage appeals if needed.
Business Set Up
We can advise you on the best structure for your business to maximise commercial, tax and asset protections and manage all registrations needed to get your business up and running quickly and efficiently.
Reduce your auditing fees by engaging our experienced team led by Brian Welsh who has 30 years experience including with Big 4 firms. We can apply our expertise to any company from any industry.
BD Welsh has been an expert in Australia taxation law and advisory for 25 years. We stay across all changes but also potential changes to offer quality and timely advice to our clients.
We provide Commercial Representation on behalf of clients to first assess and validate the product or service for the Australian market. Once a business proposition is validated, we provide market research and market entry planning as building blocks for successfully setting up a business in Australia. In addition to licensing and registration, our scope of work includes commercial representation in negotiating partnerships and business agreements with suppliers as well as hiring staff and remote operational management of the local business.
Big business service capability
We’ve built client relationships of 20-years standing with large, market leading companies - some with over a $1 billion dollars in turnover. The reason clients choose BDWelsh & Co is because our most senior people lead every assignment as a working member of the delivery team. The technical skills and knowledge of the big accounting firms but superior client service: that’s the BDWelsh & Co difference.
Expanding Employer Sponsored Pathways to Permanent Residence (PR) On 11 December 2023, the Government released the long awaited Migration Strategy, a 100-page document that includes the strategy that the…Read More
Expanding Employer Sponsored Pathways to Permanent Residence (PR) The Australian Government has announced changes to Australia’s migration system to ensure temporary skilled workers have a pathway to PR. To…Read More
States and Territories – Nominations status – Subclasses 190 and 491 The program places for the States and Territories nomination programs have been drastically reduced for the 2023-24 program…Read More
Pandemic stream SC 408 Visa closing Migration (COVID-19 Pandemic event for Temporary Activity (Subclass 408) visa) Amendment Instrument (LIN 23/061) 2023, amends LIN 22/046 with the effect of closing the ‘COVID’ stream of this visa subclass to…Read More
Department produces guidance of employers The Australian Department of Home Affairs is making information more readily available for employers wanting to: employ a visa holder already in Australia, or…Read More
International Graduates The Australian Department of Home Affairs has implemented changes to the Migration Regulations. The updated rule extends the allowable post-study stay period for certain international students graduating…Read More
NZ Citizens – Australian Citizenship The Australian Citizenship (Permanent Resident) Amendment Determination 2023 – LIN 23/024 does not automatically grant permanent residency to NZ citizen Special Category Visa (SCV) holders.Read More
REGIONAL VISA GRANT INCREASE The government has recently announced that the number of regional visas granted under the RSMS (subclass 187) programme has increased by 179%, and the Regional Skilled…Read More
NEW REGIONAL VISAS and CLOSURE OF 187/RSMS PROGRAM New skilled regional visas, both independent and employer sponsored will begin on 16th November 2019. On that date existing regional visas (RSMS/187…Read More
Designated Area Migration Agreements (DAMAs) Designated Area Migration Agreements (DAMA) are agreements between particular geographical areas in Australia and the Department of Home Affairs, to allow prospective migrants to access…Read More
New Regional Visas, including employer sponsored visas The new skilled regional provisional visas will be for skilled migrants, and dependent family members, who want to live and work in Australia, and…Read More