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    187 Leaving early with help of sponsor

    Hi Kim, I totally understand your situation. My is not much different. I talked to couple of MA regards this, now. As long as you dont work 24month there is no guarantee to keep PR. If you can survive untill July (to have 12months) you should be fine. Or your boss and you are not telling anyone and hope that they don't check with tax office. I will try not using this option, I just invested too much money in getting my 187 and don't wanna risk it. Have you thought about just working less? I think there is not really a minimum what you have to work. But I could be wrong. Best J
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    187 Leaving early with help of sponsor

    Thanks for letting me know. Are you saying that they all did not inform immigration that they left their sponsor and immigration did not find out?
  3. Hi, Me and my sponsor wanna go separate ways without loosing PR and not finishing 24month. I already did some online research and talked also to immigration agents. Everyone is saying something different. Some say that you have to stay 24month. Which is not an option for me! If my sponsor says he has no work for me and has to fire me. I have to stay in my regional area and find a new job. Two different imitation agents said it's fine. But that sounds wrong. Because if I would only have worked one day, it probely not okay. I assume that there is a minimum timespan which I have to stay with my sponsor. Online I found some who said at least 6month or 12 months and I be fine. My question: - Would be 6 months enough. Of not would be 12 months enough - if I don't find another job can I move into a different regional area or should I take center link support instead? Has anyone experience with this issue or knows an immigration agent who is actually helpful? Cheers Jack