On a BVA (post 457). Applied for 801/820. What happens if I lose my job?

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On a BVA (post 457). Applied for 801/820. What happens if I lose my job?


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On a BVA (post 457). Applied for 801/820. What happens if I lose my job?

Hi - I'd be grateful if anyone had thoughts on my situation.....

I was on a 457. I submitted for my 801/820 at the end of Sep 2011, and my 457 expired about 10 days later - hence I am now on the BVA with the same work limitations as my 457 (can only work for that employer).

Does anyone know what would happen if I was to lose my job? Would I be able to then go and find a job with a new employer, or would I be left unable to work?

Any help most appreciated.


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