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    Firstly, there is a conditional clause that you must report to the local state government once you have arrived at the nominated state. Besides, the visa obligation states that you have to work in your nominated area for at least 2years.

    Nevertheless, you still have your choice to apply for other visas if you are eligible for (maybe onshore or offshore) to change your visa status to work and live anywhere in Australia.


    Yes, if you have a subclass 190 visa, you can live, work, and study anywhere in Australia, including Melbourne, even if your visa was granted based on a nomination from New South Wales (NSW). The subclass 190 visa is a state-sponsored visa, but it allows you to reside and work in any state or territory of Australia once granted. So, feel free to make the move to Melbourne and pursue your career there.

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