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Raul Senise

SC190 Obligation Warning

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As far as I know, Australia is the only country in the world in which the authorities can read your mind and it is a crime to be out of work.

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Westly Russell Registered Migration Agent 0316072 www.pinoyau.com

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I was under the impression that state sponsorship is merely a moral obligation. There is no conditions on your visa saying you must live and work in the state that has nominated you. 

I think NT caught onto this pretty quickly, now you need a job offer before they will give you state sponsorship. 

 

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11 hours ago, James H said:

I was under the impression that state sponsorship is merely a moral obligation. There is no conditions on your visa saying you must live and work in the state that has nominated you. 

I think NT caught onto this pretty quickly, now you need a job offer before they will give you state sponsorship. 

 

It is a moral obligation, however read the first post on the thread and you will see that people are now expected to live up to their promises (novel idea, but its about time!)

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Some states are good at giving release letters if required - a matter of being upfront about not being able to find work and attempting but having found opportunities elsewhere. Without a release letter there can be issues with a state or NT withdraw their sponsorship.


Jasmine Sallis 

Registered Migration Agent

MARN:1800400

www.mywayvisa.com

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Were previous state visa grant letters used to come with some conditions (schedule/condition 8) as there are no conditions in grant letter or VEVO?

For SC 190, I understand and agree for the moral obligation to stay within the nominated state.
However, will my efforts in employment hunting from offshore be considered IF I have to apply for the state release or do I have to stay in the nominated state physically and apply for the job to show as evidence of job applications?

Is there any minimum number of months/application required to show as a piece of evidence to get the release letter?

Your valuable thoughts on above will be highly appreciated.

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Hello,  

how are you ?

i have query regarding 190 visa 

do we need to move to our sponsering state immidiately after visa grant or can we move after 3-4 months ?? is that ok ?
if we are onshore. but in different state. 
will appreciate any help 

Thank you

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I would just like to confirm, if I am living in the State that sponsored me and I am Working from Home as my employer is from another State, would this be a case of not satisfying my Moral Obligations to the State?

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