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Old 12-20-2019, 04:52 AM
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The bridging visa won't come into effect until the sc. 457 visa ceases. I would stick it out, difficult as it may be, to avoid unnecessary complications.

If you have any leave due, you could use that as well, but for the sake of a few months I wouldn't take any chances by leaving the employment early.

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The bridging visa won't come into effect until the sc. 457 visa ceases. I would stick it out, difficult as it may be, to avoid unnecessary complications.

If you have any leave due, you could use that as well, but for the sake of a few months I wouldn't take any chances by leaving the employment early.
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Why would you quit your job 5 weeks before your sc. 457 visa expires ? If your 457 visa is cancelled your bridging visa A will be cancelled as well and you'll end up on a bridging visa E. Do you have any holidays owing to you ? What's a few weeks extra in the scheme of things ?

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Why would you quit your job 5 weeks before your sc. 457 visa expires ? If your 457 visa is cancelled your bridging visa A will be cancelled as well and you'll end up on a bridging visa E. Do you have any holidays owing to you ? What's a few weeks extra in the scheme of things ?
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I won't speculate on what might or might not happen, so all I can do is give you my opinion. I think it is always best to leave somewhere with a clean slate and not burn any bridges.

If you have any holidays owing, use them up.

Is your 457 actually expiring on 3 April?

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I won't speculate on what might or might not happen, so all I can do is give you my opinion. I think it is always best to leave somewhere with a clean slate and not burn any bridges.

If you have any holidays owing, use them up.

Is your 457 actually expiring on 3 April?
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We are talking about 5 extra weeks and then you can walk away from this employer. What's the drama? If you have any holidays, count them back from the 3 April, use them up and give your notice.

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We are talking about 5 extra weeks and then you can walk away from this employer. What's the drama? If you have any holidays, count them back from the 3 April, use them up and give your notice.
And that's the only option I have, is it? I just want to make sure.


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And that's the only option I have, is it? I just want to make sure.
I think Nick has been pretty clear and I endorse his view on this.

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