Working Holiday Visa

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The Australian government is very successful in developing structured programs which can be further utilized to exchange benefits. Working Holiday Visa is one of those structured ideas, through which you can avail an opportunity to Work and Holiday in Australia up to one year and get a chance to explore a beautiful land of diverse culture.

Benefits:

This type of visa grant can benefit applicants  in a number of ways, of which few are highlighted below:

  • Exchange cultural values
  • Opportunity to study abroad. International working experience
  • Explore a new country, its dynamic weather, amazing people and places

Features:

  • It’s a temporary visa grant up to one year
  • Work permission for up to six months
  • Study opportunity for up to 4 months
  • Frequent traveling allowed to and from Australia till the date of visa expiry

Working Holiday Visa is divided into two subclasses:

Work and Holiday Visa (Subclass 417)

This visa allows a grant to the people from Eligible countries

  • Argentina
  • Australia
  • Bangladesh
  • Chile
  • China
  • Czech Republic
  • Hungary
  • Indonesia
  • Israel
  • Luxembourg
  • Malaysia
  • Peru
  • Polana

Work and Holiday visa (Subclass 462)

This visa allows the grant to the people from specific countries only. Listed below:

Application for the second visa is allowed if the applicant has worked for 3 months in Northern Australia in the fields related to tourism & Hospitality / Agriculture, forestry, and fishing.

Requirements and Eligibility Criteria:

Eligibility criteria and the requirement depend on the type of visa applied. Following is the main list focused. For further details and info please Enquire Us.

  • Age limit applies from 18 – 31 years
  • Passport Validity
  • Financial Statement
  • Fulfilling GTE conditions (Genuine Entrant)
  • Character and Health Certificates
  • Educational Background check/requirements
  • English Proficiency
  • Insurance Policy

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