PAUL BERNADOU & CO.was established in 1993 by Mr. Paul Bernadou.
Mr. Bernadou graduated from Melbourne University and holds a BA and a LLB degree. He was admitted to practice as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria and of the High Court of Australia. He is a member of the Migration Institute of Australia and the Law Institute of Victoria. He was a Mentor in the Legal Practice course at Leo Cussen Institute in Melbourne. He has specialized in migration law since 1985 and becomes a registered MARA agent. He specializes in handling all types of immigration applications and appeals. His professional qualifications and extensive experience are well recognized. In 1993, Mr. Bernadou moved to Hong Kong and established Paul Bernadou & Co. He has successfully assisted thousands of people from all over the world to immigrate and study overseas.
Our services included:
Immigration to Australia – 188A business innovation visa, 188B investor visa, 188C significant investor visa, skill migration, spouse visa, resident return visa, parent visa, investor retirement visa, etc.
- Immigration to New Zealand – investor visa, skill migration, spouse visa
- Immigration to Hong Kong – admission schemes for quality migrant, mainland talents and professionals, investment as entrepreneurs, general employment, etc.
- Immigration to USA – EB-5 visa, EB-3 visa
- Immigration to Canada – Prince Edward Island provincial nominee program, BC provincial nominee program, skill migration, spouse visa
- Immigration to UK – investor visa, entrepreneur visa
- Immigration programs to other countries – Antigua, Cyprus, Greece, Malta, Portugal, Spain, St. Kitts, etc.
- Other services – study overseas, invest real estate overseas, business dealings, settlement, etc.
Mr. Bernadou has been featured on many media outlets, including:
- Radio Television Hong Kong TV, Metro Finance Radio, South China Morning Post, Apple Daily, Private Banking Magazine by Hong Kong Economic Times
- Japan NHK, weekly magazine Shukan Bunshan
- The Age, The Australian, The Australian Entrepreneur, Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), Fairfax Press, etc.
- The Straits Times Singapore.