Originally Posted by qirat
As you know that there is a condition of living and working for initial 2 years in a State which has sponsored you for your visa subclass 176.
My question is what can happen, if anyone does not live and work for initial 2 years in that particular state that he/she has been sponsored from??
Waiting for your comments on it. thanks!!
It is a moral obligation to live in a state rather than a legal one. I reckon, in Australia, a moral obligation is almost as good as a legal one though.
If one does not want to live in the state and just got the sponsorship for the sake of getting the visa then they have stolen a slot from someone who really wanted to live and work in the state. It's definitely not right.
Apparently, the DIAC and the states' computer systems are strongly connected and they definitely share data. So if someone enters Oz and lives in another state, the sponsoring state would eventually come to know.
The issue might be taken up during grant of RRV or citizenship as well and who knows they might add a rule in the future that such violators should be sent home!!