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  1. Hi guys, I’ve now received a 1 year extension to my RRV meaning, in theory, I could leave Australia today and return in early April 2021 with no problems. This is obviously good news because my RRV was originally due to expire in July 2020. The only issue I now have is that if I was going to leave and not return before at least December 2020, I’d scupper my citizenship residency requirement. It may be that the economy doesn’t pick up in Australia until say March next year, so I’d like the option to be able to leave Australia until such times as the situation has improved, without jeopardising citizenship. Is there any signal from DoH that they’ll allow you exemptions on economic grounds for going past the 90 days in the PR qualifying year?
  2. Thanks , just to confirm I do have travel facility over and beyond my trip but not a huge buffer should I need to overstay in UK.
  3. Hi everyone, I booked flights to see my parents in June/July in the UK. My 1 year RRV expires one week after I return in July. There is a risk that if I do go on this trip I might be delayed going home. I applied for my RRV earlier this week but if I don’t have this in place for whatever reason and am stranded in the UK, what are my options for returning to Australia? Also, I’m concerned that if I need to go home to look after my parents / lose my job I would jeopardise my chances of hitting citizenship residency requirement by August next year. Is there any sign from the government that they might be lenient on the residency requirement?
  4. t2529

    superannuation

    Guys FYI, https://community.ato.gov.au/t5/Departing-Australia-Super/Claiming-DASP-as-former-permanent-resident/td-p/19004 the ATO appears to be saying that if you let your PR expire then you can access it early. That’s my reading of the posts.
  5. t2529

    superannuation

    By letting PR expire and getting a sponsored job
  6. t2529

    superannuation

    If someone were to change from PR to temporary resident would it be possible to take super out of Australia early?
  7. t2529

    superannuation

    Hi guys, can I just clarify that the conclusion of this chat is the following? PR can expire; If you have PR and then the PR expires, you can't obtain super until retirement age.
  8. t2529

    superannuation

    If your PR expires then would you be able to claim super?
  9. Hi, I was just wondering, if a candidate for PR who is currently on a 482 temporary visa which is say only 2 months in receives PR, when is the 482 visa taken to have expired? Thank you
  10. Okay, I won't do that. Is it possible to have this thread deleted accordingly as I don't want to have issues with immigration?
  11. Okay, more as in what employers are looking for chartered building surveyors, and how they sponsor, not migration advice..
  12. Hi ginag131, unfortunately I've not had a chance to test out VETASSESS and building surveying, but happy to have a chat on other strategies to get PR plus employers too. I've sent you a private message.
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