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If you were to obtain a state sponsored visa with no intention of moving to the sponsoring state, then that may be regarded as visa fraud and can give rise to the visa being cancelled. 

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I am sure i have read of people moving to another state because they couldn't find work etc in the sponsoring state and that is is a moral obligation more than anything. It is worth looking into further if this is whats happening to you.

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It is, I believe a moral obligation however, most people (from the forums I've seen) do seem to move to the sponsoring state and then move if they've been unable to find work.

I just want PIO to be a happy place where people are nice to each other and unicorns poop rainbows

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