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Old 06-29-2012, 11:36 PM
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Urgent Visa advice


A friend who is currently on a 457 visa had their current employment unexpectedly ceased last week.

They have been in a relationship with an australian citizen for over 3 years and are engaged to be married later this year.

His intention, before this happened, was to apply for PR and was in the process of gathering the documentation and they still wish to do this.

What is their best option from here and which visa should they look at?

They are already looking to get new employment but are very conscious of the 28 day time limit on the current 457.

They will be visiting immigration on Monday but hoped a few people could help me provide some advice and prime them for this conversation.

Thanks in advance

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