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Is it possible to transfer a PR when getting a new employer to take over the PR sponsorship? I have been informed that it happens everywhere without issues. Are there risks involved with this? Is there a minimum time period involved with this? Is this time period applicable from the starting of work with the employer or from the application submission of the PR, or from the approval date of the PR? I can't believe that it can be from the approval date of the PR, especially when considering the inconsistencies in PR approval time periods, eg. Some PR's being approved in 2 weeks and some taking 6-8 months....
 
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What do you mean. While it is being processed or after it is granted?

While being processed no, you have to start again with a fresh nomination! May or may not be quicker depending on lots of factors. After it is granted, no need as PR is PR and not forcing you to be attached to the employer!
 

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Based on the rsms requirements is there not a obligation to work at least one year back for the employer that sponsored?
 
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