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190 PR visa 2 year requirement


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Old 05-17-2016, 09:43 AM
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190 PR visa 2 year requirement

Hi,
I had my 190 PR visa granted in March 2016 in SA. I lived and studied in SA for 10 years and started working as a dentist in December last year. I have a full time job in a rural practice about 300km away from Adelaide but I am not happy with my job. There's a lot of issues with my boss and management. Right now, I know jobs in SA are generally scarce because of the economy and health industry is no different. I'd like to know what will happen if I moved interstate before 2 year period was up? I think I can genuinely prove that I have tried to find another job.

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Old 05-17-2016, 12:19 PM
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Legally nothing can happen to you if you move away from SA to find a job in another State. Probably a good idea to let SA know that you are looking for a job outside SA as you can't find a suitable position in SA. There is nothing they can do if your move to another state inside the two year period even though you have indicated that agree to stay in SA for two years.

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Old 05-19-2016, 12:41 AM
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Legally nothing can happen to you if you move away from SA to find a job in another State. Probably a good idea to let SA know that you are looking for a job outside SA as you can't find a suitable position in SA. There is nothing they can do if your move to another state inside the two year period even though you have indicated that agree to stay in SA for two years.
Hi TS, firstly I'd like to apologise for hijacking your thread. However, I have a similar enquiry.

Hi Jeremy, I know this question has been asked over and over again and I understand that we are not legally obliged to live in the state for 2 years.

Basically, I have been granted a 190 visa recently from SA. However, in one of the emails sent by Immigration SA, it states that "they are required to monitor my residence in SA for the first 2 years after my arrival in Australia to live and work"

Would this affect my citizenship if I were to move interstate?

Thank you.


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