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Sam Perry

Permanent Residency - Employer Nomination Scheme (186) PROBLEM

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Hi Guys,

 

I'm new to this forum but I'm glad to meet you all.

 

I've recently gone through the Employer Nomination Scheme (186) to get permanent residency; however, I've noticed one big problem:

 

We might also seek to cancel this visa if you begin employment but do not remain in the position for the full two years.

 

If this happens, you will have a chance to explain, in writing, why your visa should not be cancelled.

 

Two years with one employer wouldn't normally be a problem but I've been offered a better job elsewhere but doing a similar role.

 

Question: Has anyone else been in a similar position? Is it okay to move jobs once you get the 186 visa?

 

Thanks for your time,

Sam.

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Hi sam

 

Yes you can change your employment once you have got ens 186 granted .there is no law that you cannot break your employment .your employer cannot stop you unless you have provided any wrong or fake info to departnment when you lodged your ens 186 application .if your employer take this to immi that you lied with them with fake documents to get grant in ens 186 then it can cause trouble .but if you have done everything right then donot need to worry go ahead .all good

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Hi wellers

 

it happen if you are on sub class 457 that offer you to work with your employer for next 2 years but once you have ens 186 granted situation totally change because you already worked with your employer 2 years so that's why you was granted ens 186 ,but when you lodge you application for ens 186 immi ask for 2 more years to work with your employer but as I said after granted ens 186 situation totally change if you get another good offer then it's up to you if you want to leave your employer

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If u leave the employer you have 90? Days to find a new employer to sponsor you I believe. If you do not you will be asked to leave oz.

 

Not on a PR visa you wont - this applies to 457 temp visas.

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Can DIBP cancel your visa? Yes, they can. Will they? It seems unlikely but I know I'm not willing to take that chance.

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