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Curiosity Question: How long does it take for PR to be cancelled after citizenship?


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I just have a curiosity question. How long does it take for the PR to be cancelled after one is granted citizenship? I was granted citizenship on 26th Aug but my PR still shows as In Effect so I'm just wondering when it might get cancelled.
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I would have thought it automatically becomes invalid - even if it doesn't - as an Australian citizen you have to leave and enter Australia on your Aussie passport so I suppose if it is not a bug it is of no real consequence to my layman eyes.

Does VEVO still show your PR is in effect?

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I would have thought it automatically becomes invalid - even if it doesn't - as an Australian citizen you have to leave and enter Australia on your Aussie passport so I suppose if it is not a bug it is of no real consequence to my layman eyes.

Does VEVO still show your PR is in effect?

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Nopes, I don't see the in effect field anymore. It took about a week to update. Here are the fields that are visible and their contents:

Family name: (just shows a blank value)
Given name(s): (just shows a blank value)
Document Number: (Shows passport number)
Location: Onshore
Visa class / subclass: null / null
Visa type: Permanent resident or citizen

It also shows the usual Work entitlements and Study entitlements fields.

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Nopes, I don't see the in effect field anymore. It took about a week to update. Here are the fields that are visible and their contents:

Family name: (just shows a blank value)
Given name(s): (just shows a blank value)
Document Number: (Shows passport number)
Location: Onshore
Visa class / subclass: null / null
Visa type: Permanent resident or citizen

It also shows the usual Work entitlements and Study entitlements fields.
Ah righto - may have just been a lag time then between systems speaking to each other and being updated with the latest info.

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