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457 Visa holder then looking for other job possible ba?

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Hello! mga pre ask lang sana ko kung pwede ba akng lumipat ng ibng company..457 visa holder ako...anyexperienced dyn patulong nmn kung paano?
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    Changing Employers on a 457 - Example

    As an example - if John is employed by Company A on a 457, and obtains a new job with Company B, the process would work as follows:
    Company B would apply for a nomination for John
    Once the nomination is approved, John could work for Company B. John would not need to apply for a new 457
    If John then gives notice to Company A, he can serve his notice period with Company A before working with Company B
    Note, however, that if John gives notice too early and the nomination takes some time to come though, he may be in breach of the 60 day limitation on being out of work
    The above process avoids the necessity of applying for a new 457, thus avoiding paying the lodgement fee for the visa and the 457 holder redoing medicals.
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