Visa holders, on the other hand, breach the conditions of their visa all the time.
How does the dept. respond?
The dept. won't even look into the matter.
The only way anything will happen is if the sponsoring employer makes lots of waves with the dept.
The dept. then will make a (fake) promise to look into the matter.
That will be the last anyone will hear of the matter.
There are a plethora of employer-sponsored visa subclasses. Typical conditions are:
- To remain in employment with the sponsoring employer.
- To work only at a specified location or geographical area.
- To not go into business or otherwise self-employ.
Mine Host knows of countless such breaches being reported to the dept.
Mine Host knows not one of those breaches resulted in a visa cancellation.
This the double standard the dept. applies to visas.
This is the degree of incompetence of the federal government.
This is the disdain with which the dept. treats Australians, and the blind eye the dept. turns to lawbreakers.
Coming up, some real life examples of visa breaches, and the (lack of) response by the dept.