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Old 19th February 2016, 01:31 PM
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Hi all,

I am planning to apply for visa 190 with VIC. But VIC has more requirements. First of all is the language requirement 7.0 in each band but there is a paragraph that state I can get exemption for that ( Figure 1- highlighted in blue)

And I am going to apply for occupation under 263111. Do I need to have the 3 years experience as they stated ( Figure 2) .

Can someone explain this to me?
If you are already in VIC, you are exempt from the english language requirements as stated in figure 1. However, you will still need the 3yr work exp, unless you have a PhD in your field. The 3yr work experience need to be assessed by your skill assessor. You could send VIC an email to confirm some of those details.
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Friends,

I was in Australia on NSW State Sponsored PR for nearly 2 years and had to move to US on H1B. I didn't update any governmental body regarding my move. I want update that info now. Whom should I update regarding my move?

Thank you.

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Hi,

I was curious to know one thing about State Sponsorship.

Suppose if the state of Western Australia sponsors my visa, does it mean I am tied to the state. after reading different threads on this forum, what i understand is one has to stay in his sponsored state for the period of 2 years.
but does it also mean we have to work in the same state for the period of 2 years. I guess you can go and work in some other states as long as you pay taxes in your state of residency. also all your bills should be directed towards your state of residency.

Can someone please throw some light on this?
A couple of things. The obligation you have made to WA is a moral one only, you will find your legal rights are as per a check on vevo. Income tax is paid to the Commonwealth Govt in any case.

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I'm closing this thread because people are posting queries that are not related to the subject matter and I don't think any more can be said on this subject that hasn't already been said.

It's incumbent on any potential state nomination applicants to do their due diligence in terms of the job market in that state and in their field. Just because an occupation may appear on the state's SOL does not mean that there are ample jobs in that occupation. Use the tools you have at your disposal (Seek, LinkedIn, etc) to do proper research before you accept a state's nomination and apply for a 190 visa.

If you decide to migrate to Australia on a 190 visa, it seems wise to make at least a reasonable effort to attempt to settle in your nominating state. If after a time (but before the two year residency period), you are unable to find work in that state, you are still a permanent resident of Australia and can effectively live anywhere in Australia. As you'll note from your visa paperwork, a 190 visa does not carry any restrictions in terms of where in Australia you can live (in fact, it doesn't carry any restrictions at all). It is up to you to decide if you are willing to shirk the moral obligation you have with the state that sponsored you.

In my years on these forums I have not heard of an incident where a person did not gain citizenship or a RRV because they did not meet their two year residency requirement with a sponsoring state.

Ultimately, you need to make the decision regarding how to proceed in these instances, taking into account the job market and the impact staying or leaving may have on you and your family. If you are still in doubt, consult a registered migration agent.

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