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Citizenship refusal, becuase applicant did not stay in the sponsorship state for two years?


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Can anyone, who has had issues ( like citizenship refusal ) regarding not honoring their moral obligation to stay in the state that sponsored them for two years give me some feedback?

 

PS. I am not interested in any moral lectures. I need informative, useful and factual feedback.

 

Property prices, crime, good schools, work availability and making a success of settling in Australia with four small boys is at the core of my decision making. The best reward to Australian society is for my family to settle in and be productive tax contributors to society, i.o.w to add value to the system and to integrate.

 

I do not have the luxury of uprooting four boys after a two year trial and then to move to another state. Wherever we go has to work out. I still prefer my sponsored state of Victoria, but this might not tick all the boxes at this time? I am now considering Queensland.

 

Thanks

Pierre

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Can anyone, who has had issues ( like citizenship refusal ) regarding not honoring their moral obligation to stay in the state that sponsored them for two years give me some feedback?

 

PS. I am not interested in any moral lectures. I need informative, useful and factual feedback.

 

Property prices, crime, good schools, work availability and making a success of settling in Australia with four small boys is at the core of my decision making. The best reward to Australian society is for my family to settle in and be productive tax contributors to society, i.o.w to add value to the system and to integrate.

 

I do not have the luxury of uprooting four boys after a two year trial and then to move to another state. Wherever we go has to work out. I still prefer my sponsored state of Victoria, but this might not tick all the boxes at this time? I am now considering Queensland.

 

Thanks

Pierre

 

Hi There,

 

I'm in the same boat as you and i'm just a couple of weeks away from applying. Therefore, stay put and I will give you a real world example of whether changing state will affect the Citizenship or not. I was sponsored by a State and got my PR 4 years later but never step a foot there due changed personal circumstances over the period of waiting game :) .

 

My personal opinion is that it should not affect your citizenship application BUT you never know. I may be the first victim ;)

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Can anyone, who has had issues ( like citizenship refusal ) regarding not honoring their moral obligation to stay in the state that sponsored them for two years give me some feedback?

 

PS. I am not interested in any moral lectures. I need informative, useful and factual feedback.

 

Property prices, crime, good schools, work availability and making a success of settling in Australia with four small boys is at the core of my decision making. The best reward to Australian society is for my family to settle in and be productive tax contributors to society, i.o.w to add value to the system and to integrate.

 

I do not have the luxury of uprooting four boys after a two year trial and then to move to another state. Wherever we go has to work out. I still prefer my sponsored state of Victoria, but this might not tick all the boxes at this time? I am now considering Queensland.

 

Thanks

Pierre

 

Curious - if you still prefer Victoria, which box isn't it ticking?

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