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Working Holiday Visa - Subclass 417

This visa is for young people who want to holiday and work in Australia for up to a year. The Working Holiday visa (subclass 417) is a temporary visa for young people who want to holiday and work in Australia for up to a year. It is a temporary visa that encourages cultural exchange and closer ties between Australia and eligible countries.

First Working Holiday visa: You must be outside Australia when you apply for your first Working Holiday visa and when the visa is decided.

 Second Working Holiday visa: If you apply in Australia, you must be in Australia when the visa is granted. If you apply outside Australia, you must be outside Australia when the visa is granted.

Working in Australia –six months with one employer: You can generally only work six months with one employer.

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Who can apply for Working Holiday Visa Subclass 417?

If you are between the ages of 18 and 31 and want to have a holiday and work in Australia for up to a year, then the Working Holiday Visa Subclass 417 is for you. A 417 visa is a useful entry pathway for other Australian visas as it provides younger people with the opportunity to find and/or gain work experience in Australia.

Once you have held a Working Holiday visa for a year the Department may grant you a second Working Holiday visa, provided you meet the second wave’s requirements and are still under the age of 31. Each is temporary in nature and serves to encourage cultural exchange between different nations, as well as crate closer ties with the international community.

Eligibility:

To qualify for 417 visa, you must demonstrate the following attributes:

  • be between the ages of 18 and 31
  • hold a valid passport from a country that is involved in the Australian Working Holiday Program
  • have not held a Work and Holiday (Temporary) Visa subclass 462
  • Be able to show that you are travelling to, or remaining in Australia as a genuine visitor.
  • Do not have any dependant children who will be accompanying you whilst you stay in Australia
  • Meet certain health and character requirements
  • Have your own health insurance, as you will not be covered by Australia’s national health scheme (Medicare), unless your country has a reciprocal health care agreement with Australia
  • Have no outstanding debts to the Australian Government

What does this vis lets you do?

This visa allows you to:

  • Stay in Australia for up to 12 months
  • Work in Australia for up to six months with each employer
  • Study for up to four months
  • Leave and re-enter Australia any number of times while the visa is valid

Second Working Holiday visa  

If you are already in Australia on a Working Holiday visa and have been granted a second Working Holiday visa, you can:

  • Stay in Australia for up to 24 months from the date you entered Australia on your first Working Holiday visa
  •  Leave and re-enter Australia nay number of times while the visa valid

If you are in Australia but do not hold a current Working Holiday visa, you can:

  • Stay in Australia for 12 months from the date your second Working Holiday visa is granted
  • Leave and re-enter Australia any number of times while the visa valid
Visitor Visa– subclasses 600; 601 and 651

Anyone who wish to visit Australia for a holiday, to see family and friends, or to conduct a short business trip you will need to apply for an Australia Travel Visa.
There are three types of Australian visitor visas, however, your country of origin will determine which visa you can apply for. These include:

  1. Visitor visa subclass 600
  2. Electronic Travel Authority visa subclass 601
  3. eVisitor subclass 651

Visitor visa subclass 600

This visitor visa subclass 600 is designed for people travelling to Australia for up to either, three, six or 12 months, or people visiting Australia for business visitor purposes. There are five different streams available to applicants; tourist visa, business visitor, frequent traveller visa, sponsored family visa, and approved destination status. If you are on a tour with a registered travel agent from the People’s Republic of China, you will also be eligible to apply for this visa.

Electronic Travel Authority visa subclass 601

This visa allows you to come to Australia to visit as a tourist or to visit for business purposes as often as you wish, and stay for up to three months each time you visit Australia, within a year. Only certain passport holders of certain countries can apply for this visa, and to be eligible you will need to be outside of Australia upon application.

eVisitor subclass 651

This visa enables to visit Australia for three months at a time within a 12-months period for tourist or business visitor purposes only. This is a free visa however, only eVisitor passport holders of certain countries can apply for this visa and to be eligible you will need to be outside of Australia upon application.

Eligibility

To qualify for Tourist Visitor visa you must satisfy the following:

  • be able to show that you are travelling to, or remaining in Australia as a genuine visitor
  • you must have your own health insurance, as you will not be covered by Australia’s national health scheme ( Medicare) unless your country has a reciprocal health care agreement with Australia
  • if you are applying in Australia, you must be in Australia when the visa is decided
  • If you are applying outside of Australia, you must be outside when the visa is decided on.

Before applying for an eVisitor visa, ensure you satisfy the following requirements:

  • Have your own health insurance, as you will not be covered by Australia’s national health scheme (Medicare) unless your country has a reciprocal health care agreement with Australia
  • Declare any criminal convictions and have no outstanding debts to the Australian Government
  • Have the intention to visit Australia only for a temporary period on the basis of tourist or business visitor activities
  • Be outside of Australia when you apply
  • Do not have tuberculosis
  • Meet certain health requirements

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