Divorce Services

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

 

We are sorry to inform that with immediate effect the Islamic Shia Council of Queensland (ISCQ) will no longer be able to continue to provide any assistance or services or any document for the Islamic Divorce. 

 

Divorce is not a favourable act, hence the voluntary community services provided by our matrimonial team has been stopped due to the increased number of Divorce cases, shortage of resources and lack of community assistance and support.

 

Regrettably as of today ( 23rd September 2021) No official divorce document will be issued nor any members of the ISCQ management, scholars and/or volunteers is authorised to issue any official document regarding the personal Divorce on behalf of the ISCQ. Any document issued will be considered null and void.

 

InshaAllah we will try our best to continue providing matrimonial, Funerals and various other services with the assistance and support of our dedicated community volunteers. We are always looking out for volunteers hence come forward and help us as our volunteers continued assistance and support is highly appreciated.

 

On behalf of 

ISCQ Elders

YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (RYP)

YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (RYP)

Allhamdolillah Shia Council has organised ‘Realise Your Potential’ RYP program for developing the YOUTH of our community in various trades. InshaAllah our Plan includes but not limited to:

• Organise training sessions
• Mentoring
• Assist in CV development
• Assist in Job placements

Please note that this is FREE of cost!

For enrolling in the program and for further information please contact Dr Issa Taqavi 0431088958 email info@iscq.org

Please try to inform your family and friends who have youths interested to participate in the program

Labaik Ya Mahdi

Birth Anniversary Syeda Zainab (sa)

 

 

Information for our influential community membersI am getting in touch on behalf of Australian Business Registry Services, managed by the Australian Taxation Office, regarding director identification number (director ID).

A director ID is a unique 15-digit identifier that all directors or people intending to become directors need.

Applying for a director ID is free and only needs to be done once. A director must apply for their own director ID and verify their identity using their personal records. Authorised tax, BAS or the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), or internal secretaries or business managers cannot apply on a director’s behalf.

Directors of an Australian company are required to apply for a director ID by 30 November 2022. This includes people who may be:

  • company directors
  • a corporate trustee for example of a self-managed super fund (SMSF)
  • a charity or not for profit organisation that is a company or a registered Australian body such as an incorporated association that is registered with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).

For a full list of who does and does not need a director ID, visit abrs.gov.au/directorID

Attached are resources that can be shared with your community to help people who identify as directors understand the requirements. You can use these resources on your website, social channels, newsletters or by building them into existing activities and conversations with your community

We appreciate any assistance you can provide to share these resources. Translated resources will soon be available.
Thank you for your support and we look forward to working with you.

For more information, phone me on 0411 781 752 or email projects@embracesosciety.com.au Kind regards,  Maria Moroney Embrace Society is a multicultural communications agency contracted by the Australian Taxation Office to raise awareness about director ID. If you would like to confirm the validity of this email, reach out to diverseaudiences@ato.gov.au

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