As i said before i am a international student and we have some working limits like we can only work 20 hours in a week but my Boss told me it is not a problem you can work more than 20 hours that's why i am giving you full time job OR if you can,t then you have to leave this job and many of employee are on same visa status.In the letter she gave to me she was threat me alot that i will tell the immigration then they will cancelled your current visa OR they will not give you futher visa.
i want to ask you that if I told the FAIR WORK that she sacked me and treat me unfairly.IS FAIR WORK create any problem for my visa like Fair work take any action against me that why you do your job more than 20 hours OR any thing which create problem if i applied for futher visa extension..?
Please give me clearly answer of this because this really fear me that i do not want to get in any trouble about my VISA.
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