I know the topic of the obligation to live and work in the Sponsoring State for a subclass 190 visa is often discussed. Many advise that this is just a "moral obligation" and not required.  This is not the case. Some States are now actively pursuing non compliance and have successfully had sc190 visas cancelled for applicants not meeting their obligations of living and working in the sponsoring state, using cancellation provisions in the Migration Act. Subdivision C - Visas based on incorrect information may be cancelled   
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