About working holiday visa (WHV) subclass 417
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.
With an Australia Working Holiday Maker (subclass 417) Visa you can live, work and travel in Australia for 12 months. WHM visas are ideal for people aged 18-30 (18-35 for Irish, French and Canadian Passport holders) who want to go on a working holiday to Australia.
Key requirements for Working Holiday Visa.
- You’re aged between 18 and 30. The age limit for Canadian, Irish and French passport holders is 18-35 (not yet 36)
- You have a valid passport from an eligible country
- Your passport is valid for the duration of your stay in Australia
- You will not have a dependent child with you while you are in Australia
- This is your first Australian working holiday visa
- You have enough money to support yourself in Australia (AUD 5,000)
- You are of good health and character
This type of visa is really popular amongst young travellers and backpackers. The Working Holiday Visa offers the opportunity to explore Australia and it’s amazing lifestyle whilst also allowing you to work and study courses such as English Language.
While holding a Working Holiday Visa in Australia, you could settle down in one place or you travel and meet new people along the way. If your goal is to tick off all the places on your bucket list, the Working Holiday Visa is made for you! Australia is extremely backpacker friendly and has billions of things to show you.
To meet key requirements for medical treatment visa you must:
- comply with all visa conditions and follow Australian laws
- leave before your visa ends
- have the financial capacity to support yourself in Australia
Working holiday visa allow you to stay in Australia for maximum 12 months. However after 12 months you may apply for second working holiday visa.
Visitor visa Approved Destination Status stream allows you come to Australia;
- can enter Australia with your approved tour group
- can participate in activities that are part of your tour
- must leave Australia with your tour group before your visa expires
Working holiday visa doesn’t allow you to attach family members to your application and one of requirements is to be single. This is why if you traveling with your partner you both must apply separatly.
When you apply for 820 Partner visa you will be able to pay discounted rate.
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