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  1. Dear Experts, What are the consiquence if a employer breach all the conditions of agreement paper in rsms visa..for example no super, no penalty rates, no award wages, no fulltime work. will the employee visa b cancelled if he leaves the position.. What if DIAC finds the employee later that he left the position ..will the above reason be sufficient to prove that the employee have done best.. or does the employee needs to notify diac that the he have left the position.. can some one give me a proper advice ..what an employee should do in this circumstances.. Thanks in advance..
  2. Education fees for foreign students' children 'breach' UN rules. INTERNATIONAL students and other temporary visa holders are being forced to pay thousands of dollars a year in fees for their children to attend public schools in a potential breach of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
  3. Its about time banks here got a grip. Really are third world at times http://www.smh.com.au/business/major-banks-cancel-credit-cards-after-breach-20110527-1f72w.html
  4. Hi advice needed my OH is a brickie by trade and our visa is 176 SS for WA. There is definately plenty of work for brickies here but he is now doing fifo rail mainentance because of the wage increase is this a visa breach? I'm worried that as he was sponsored as a brickie we may lose our visa. Grateful for any advice thanks.
  5. Hello everyone, I'm just wondering if anyone has had a similar experience with the 457 visa. My partner is on the 457 and we have applied for a de facto visa onshore (I am Australian). His sponsor has been very difficult to deal with and now wants him to move states for work which means we will both have to move. Our CO hasn't given us a timeline, just the usual anything between 6 and 12 months and I've left a message asking for a timeline and wanting to explain our difficult situation but I don't expect a helpful response. Is there any other visa we can apply for that would be quicker than the de facto so that he can work for someone else? A bridging visa or something? I assume the 176 takes just as long as the de facto and we might as well wait. If he resigns from his sponsor he could risk getting his visa cancelled alltogether which would also mean a difficult situation.. Has anyone had a similar experience and found a solution? Thank you. Mayday
  6. Hi all, Both my hubby & I spent a year in Oz on working holiday visas in 1996. We absolutely loved it & have been talking about coming back since. Finally, we have decided to start the visa application process - however, a big concern of mine is the fact that we both over worked on our working hol visas. At the time you were only supposed to work with an employer for 3 months - while we worked several months more than this. Does anyone one know if this is a consideration ? I'm hoping that with the lapse of time it is no longer relevant, but would really appreciate some advice. Thanks (brill forum by the way)