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Old 07-26-2013, 03:56 AM
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I am from france and currently undertaking my regional work to apply for second year working holiday visa in Australia. I have been offered to finish my regional work a month early and be signed off by the farmer to say I have completed the work. I am wondering if I get investigated, what information do the immigration look for, and what I need to send to prove I did the work. And would they be able to track my passport if I fly or leave the country in the next month when I apply for the visa. Thanks


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We do not give advice on how to break the law in this forum.

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Old 07-26-2013, 04:17 AM
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Apologies, I'm not trying to break the law but will be difficult for me to get more farm days after here so just wanted any advice as to where I stand if and when I get investigated


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But what you're looking for advice on IS how to break the law and commit migration fraud. As Whitney said, we can't help you with that. I'm closing this thread.

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