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Old 10-12-2020, 04:53 AM
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Pr and unemployment.

Hi, I'm currently on a pr and employed, I'm moving interstate for my Aussie wife to be with her family. I'm leaving my job so will be unemployed for the time being as will my wife, will this effect my visa at all? Will Immigration take steps to revoke my visa?
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Hi, I'm currently on a pr and employed, I'm moving interstate for my Aussie wife to be with her family. I'm leaving my job so will be unemployed for the time being as will my wife, will this effect my visa at all? Will Immigration take steps to revoke my visa?
Thanks in advance.
There is no employment requirement for an 801 visa holder.

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