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Old 03-19-2016, 07:39 AM
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Hi I really need some advice. My 6 months of working for the same company ends of Monday. ..is it possible to work 3 days over the six won't have mark ?is didn't realise I had been there so long and I need to give notice! Thank you so much


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Hi I really need some advice. My 6 months of working for the same company ends of Monday. ..is it possible to work 3 days over the six won't have mark ?is didn't realise I had been there so long and I need to give notice! Thank you so much
It is six months and not a day longer unfortunately.

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Hi I really need some advice. My 6 months of working for the same company ends of Monday. ..is it possible to work 3 days over the six won't have mark ?is didn't realise I had been there so long and I need to give notice! Thank you so much
Visa holders who work for more than 6 months with an employer without prior written permission from the department are in breach of their visa condition and their visa may be subject to cancellation

Explain the problem to the employer, I would hope they would allow you to trim the notice period by three days.

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Visa holders who work for more than 6 months with an employer without prior written permission from the department are in breach of their visa condition and their visa may be subject to cancellation

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