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Visa - Transferable or Not


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Old 9th February 2010, 05:38 AM
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Hi

How do you know if you have a transferable visa or a non-transferable visa?

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most of them are transfable, depends on the position and qualificiations

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I would think it depends on the company or person that is your sponsor(if they will allow you to trnsfer it or not).

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