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I was sponsored a visa to work for 60% time but now my employer makes me work full time and has asked me to volunteer rest of the time I am not working i.e. work 40 hrs a week for 24 hrs pay. I have tried tried to resolve issue but he continues to say I can't pay you that much money nor does he let me reduce my work hrs. What can be done to resolve this ? Is it legal to volunteer for free at your place of work ?  
   
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Is it legal to volunteer? Of course. Do you expect any other answer? You can volunteer for me for free too!

The question you should ask yourself is do you want to, and what are the consequences if you don't. Maybe he will no longer keep you if you don't. It sounds like that is the case. You either need to tell him that enough is enough, or just keep taking it.
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