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Whats happens after I was fired from employer who is sponsoring me for RSMS visa?


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Whats happens after I was fired from employer who is sponsoring me for RSMS visa?

Hi All

I have applied for RSMS visa 187 and it was granted on 6 Sept this year.
I have started working for this employer since Feb this year but visa just got granted last month.

I urgently need any advices as i was told to leave the position as of today.
I have been having troubles with my employer and it was
very hard for me to keep me going at this job.
I had an argument and that was heated and I was asked to leave so I did.

My question would be what should I do to keep my PR after leaving this job?
Should I contact DIAC and ask what I should do? Or leave till i get
contacted by them?
Should I start looking other job in regional area for me to keep my visa?

Please advise on me.
Sharing of any personal story with RSMS would be appreciated.

Thanks a lot


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Hi All

My name is Lucy.
I have applied for RSMS visa 187 and it was granted on 6 Sept this year.
I have started working for this employer since Feb this year but visa just got granted last month.

I urgently need any advices as i was told to leave the position as of today.
I have been having troubles with my employer and it was
very hard for me to keep me going at this job.
I had an argument and that was heated and I was asked to leave so I did.

My question would be what should I do to keep my PR after leaving this job?
Should I contact DIAC and ask what I should do? Or leave till i get
contacted by them?
Should I start looking other job in regional area for me to keep my visa?

Please advise on me.
Sharing of any personal story with RSMS would be appreciated.

Thanks a lot
There is no requirement for you to inform the DIBP. My suggestion is to try and keep working in a similar position in a regional area until the 2 years up up.

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