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Old 03-07-2013, 10:42 AM
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Hi Ganesh -

Each state has the ability to add their own requirements that an applicant has to meet for approval, such as increased English, specific work experience, existing employment in that state, etc.

However after you have been approved for the visa, DIAC's rules kick in which say that you're obligated to live and work in that state for 2 years, assuming you are successful in finding a job that's suited for you. If you are not able to find a job after a good faith effort, then of course they cannot force you to stay in that state and you have to go where the work is. Your visa would not be cancelled in this case, unless somehow it was proven you obtained the visa fraudulently, etc.

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Thank you for the reply, Ganesh. I really appreciate it

Yes, I have also heard of the same feedback about ACT. But, ACT is the only option available to me, so, need to grab that. I feel there might be enough jobs in private sector for me to explore, otherwise, I don't see a reason why ACT would sponsor me

Do you know what is the period that we need to be in the sponsored location, before being allowed to go to other locations, assuming we don't find suitable jobs?

Thank you for your time.

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Hi Satya -

There's no fixed period, but I would suggest a good faith job search would be the minimum necessary to show that you did your best to try and live and work in the sponsoring state. You may wish to consult directly with state authorities to see what their regulations are in circumstances where a sponsored PR visa holder cannot find suitable work in the state.

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Thank you for jumping in, Mark. Does the job search need to be done by being in the state, after which a person will be allowed to move further? Or, will someone be eligible even if the good faith search (once applied to many suitable jobs) was done abroad?

I don't want to be too pessimistic about my opportunities. I like Canberra and surely want to stay there for more than the minimum required period, but I just want to be prepared for the worst case scenario as well if I am not able to find suitable jobs, as most ACT jobs require citizenship and security clearance.

Could you be kind enough to help me in this query as well?


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I don't know of any specific rules from ACT re: where you have to be re: the job search, however ACT has a lot of info on their website about "settling in ACT" and issues like that. I expect there are jobs available in ACT for permanent residents, or ACT would not be sponsoring people in those occupations - don't be too quick to assume things without undertaking a comprehensive job search yourself first.

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Hi Mark,

Thank you for your time. I am also of the same view as you I.e. ACT must be sponsoring only if there are enough jobs. I will give my 100% to migrate to ACT permanently.

Your replies are detailed and have cleared my concerns. Thanks much!!!

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You're welcome! Good luck with all.

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Hi All,

I have been nominated for subclass 190 from ACT. About filling the visa application and i need a clarification.

During your visa application.

What did you add in the field where a question was asked about dependants not migrating with the primary applicant?

Looking at the Australia guide, i have been thinking parents, brothers and sisters can be included AS DEPENDANTS.

Though, DEPENDANTS was defined as someone financially dependent(either wholly or substantially) on you.

I also hope it will not have an impact in granting the visa to the applicant if you have more dependants.

Please respond with the best advise.

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Hi All,

I have been nominated for subclass 190 from ACT. About filling the visa application and i need a clarification.

During your visa application.

What did you add in the field where a question was asked about dependants not migrating with the primary applicant?

Looking at the Australia guide, i have been thinking parents, brothers and sisters can be included AS DEPENDANTS.

Though, DEPENDANTS was defined as someone financially dependent(either wholly or substantially) on you.

I also hope it will not have an impact in granting the visa to the applicant if you have more dependants.

Please respond with the best advise.

Tamilope
Hi,

If you add any names there, they will be required to go medical and police verification along with you. Any issues with any one of them might impact your application. Unless you plan to migrate any of your family members either now or at a later point, I believe you don't need to update it. In my case, I left it empty. There is another section where you provide the details of all you family members.

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Old 05-20-2013, 08:39 AM
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Hi Satya,

Thanks for your usual quick response.

This field is meant for depandants not migrating with you not dependants migrating with you.

This is the only field i have seen that relates to family members, because i have completed the online application there was no other field for family members. Kindly confirm this observation. Then, if there is a field for family members kindly specify again.

I also have a further a question. If you dont add your dependants(Parents, brothers and sisters) now, hope it will not affect visiting visa for them in the nearest future if your visa is granted now?


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