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There are two different types of working holiday visas to Australia. They are:
The one which is appropriate for you depends on the country of your passport. This article explains the information for the Working Holiday (Subclass 417) Visa.
The Australian government has agreements with a number of countries that allows young people to obtain a visa which allows them to spend 12 months living, working and having a holiday in Australia. This visa is a great way for young people to experience Australia on a budget.
In some cases, you could be eligible for a second year on your visa if you complete three months of “specified work” in “regional Australia” during your first working holiday visa.
For USA passport holders, you are actually eligible for the Work and Holiday (462) Visa, but because you can apply online, the process for you is almost the same as for the Working Holiday 417. You can get started here.
You may be eligible for a Work and Holiday (462) Visa instead. You can read more about the Work and Holiday (462) Visa here.
There are a number of requirements for the Working Holiday Visa. Because these applications can be made online, you do not normally need to provide many documents. To be eligible for this visa, you must:
Yes. Our services can guide you quickly and easily through the process.
Getting started is really simple. You could get the process started immediately by taking an online assessment for the Working Holiday Visa here.
If you would like to watch a short YouTube demonstration about how to get started, you could do so here.
I look forward to being able to help you with your visa situation in the future. Finding reliable, professional visa help can be very challenging. If you have found this article helpful, please take a moment to share it using the icon visible on the left-hand side of this page.
Senior Migration Advisor