The following 491 visa condition might be attached to your Subclass 491 visa upon grant.
Your Skilled Regional (Provisional) Subclass 491 visa might be subject to following 491 conditions upon grant.
You must not marry or enter into a de facto relationship before entering Australia. The Department of Home Affairs (Home Affairs) might cancel your visa if Home Affairs finds out that you were engaged, married or in a de facto relationship before it granted you the visa, but did not inform the department.
You must let Home Affairs know within 14 days if any of the following change while you are in Australia on this visa:
While you are in Australia on subclass 491 visa, you must live, study and work in an area that is on the list of designated regional areas as prescribed at the time when 491 visa was granted to you.
If Home Affairs send you a letter asking you to provide information, you must provide the evidence of:
The letter will tell you what sort of evidence Home Affairs need and how you should send it. Home Affairs might ask for evidence of all your addresses or only some of your addresses. You will have 28 days to provide the evidence you have been asked for.
Home Affairs might ask you to attend an interview at a specific address, or might conduct the interview over the phone or internet. The letter will contain the details of the interview time and how or where you must attend.
When you lodge Subclass 491 visa while you are in Australia, you will be granted a bridging visa. Whether you are granted a BVA or BVC depends on what visa you hold when you lodge subclass 491 visa. This bridging visa will be granted with no conditions.
Subclass 491 Visa NSW Conditions will include 8578, 8579, 8580 and 8581 upon grant.
Conditions will include 8578, 8579, 8580 and 8581 upon grant.
No, 491 conditions are prescribed in federal legislation and therefore are uniform for all regional areas.
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