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FSW-1 Do I need to inform the visa office if I have left my company

Old Feb 21st 2011, 7:21 am
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Hi,

Can you please advise:

I'v decided to quit my current job and take a full-time course. Do I have to inform the visa office?

many thanks
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Default Re: FSW-1 Do I need to inform the visa office if I have left my company

Oh what? No answers?

I'll have a stab. (probably end up being shot down in flames but hey! )

Assuming you are in the UK and your FSW-1 application clearly shows sufficient previous work experience (I can't see it being any other way) then you meet the FSW PR application criteria whether you are currently working or not.

So no need to inform CIC if you leave your job.

If you move home address, then yes.
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Default Re: FSW-1 Do I need to inform the visa office if I have left my company

Originally Posted by Can2010
Hi,

Can you please advise:

I'v decided to quit my current job and take a full-time course. Do I have to inform the visa office?

many thanks
No at this stage you do not.
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Old Feb 21st 2011, 10:24 pm
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Default Re: FSW-1 Do I need to inform the visa office if I have left my company

Originally Posted by james.mc
Oh what? No answers?

I'll have a stab. (probably end up being shot down in flames but hey! )

Assuming you are in the UK and your FSW-1 application clearly shows sufficient previous work experience (I can't see it being any other way) then you meet the FSW PR application criteria whether you are currently working or not.

So no need to inform CIC if you leave your job.

If you move home address, then yes.
Thank you very much James!
Hope you'll get your PR visa soon
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Old Feb 21st 2011, 10:28 pm
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Default Re: FSW-1 Do I need to inform the visa office if I have left my company

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No at this stage you do not.
Thank you Jim!
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