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Working Holiday Visa Subclass 417

 Working Holiday Visa Australia 2019 allows young people between the age group of 18-30 years (35 for Canadian, Irish and French Citizens) to enjoy their holidays in the nation along with the short-term employment opportunities to support themselves.

This Australia WHV Subclass 417 gives a temporary leisure to the immigrants of several countries, listed in the eligible countries to immigrate to Australia on    short-duration. In this page, we will discuss all the important factors such as Process, Eligibility criteria, Cost, Processing time, Age limits, Jobs.

The main objective of this visa is to strengthen the Cultural and bilateral ties between developed and developing nations, to promote harmony in the economies.

Click here :To know more about Australia Work and Holiday Visa Subclass 462.

Click here: To know more about Australia Tourist Visa 

What is the cost and processing time of this visa?

The cost of this visa is AUD 485. The processing time varies between 17 to 30 days for the First and Second Working Holiday Visa.

Which nations are eligible to apply for the Australian Working Holiday Visa Subclass 417?   

BelgiumRepublic of KoreaSwedenNorwayJapan
ItalyUnited KingdomRepublic of IrelandMaltaGermany
CanadaRepublic of CyprusDenmarkEstoniaFinland
NetherlandsFranceTaiwanHong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China (including British National Overseas passport holders)

 Types of Working Holiday Visa

a) First Working Holiday Visa

This visa is for young people of age 18-30 ( 35 for Canadian, French and Irish citizens) to have their first extended holiday in the country and work with any employer to support their journey. This visa allows you to do:

1)    Short term employment to support your holidays

2)    Right to do study course for up to 4 months.

3)  You are free to travel in and outside the country as many times you want.

4)  You are supposed to do work for at least three months to be eligible to apply for Second Working Holiday Visa.

Check out the eligibility requirements of First Working Holiday Visa

  1. You should be holding a passport of above-mentioned countries or jurisdiction.
  2. You have to apply through an online portal from outside Australia.
  3. No dependent children should accompany you on your trip.
  4. You must have not applied for Work and Holiday Visa Subclass 462 before applying for this visa.
  5. Must meet the health and character requirements.
  6. You must have sufficient funds to support your stay. You must have approximately AUD 5,000 to support your initial stay.

b) Second Holiday Working Visa

This visa is for people between age 18-30 ( 35 upper limit for Canadian, French and Irish citizens) who already held or currently having a working holiday visa. This visa allows you to

1)    Short-term employment to support your trip to Australia.

2)    Get the right to study for up to four months.

3)    You can travel in and outside the country multiple times/

4)    You must have at least 6 months of work experience to be eligible to apply for a third Working Holiday Visa.

Check out the eligibility criteria of Second Working Holiday Visa:

  1. You must have been in Australia on First Working Holiday Visa before.
  2. You should be a passport holder of an eligible country or jurisdiction.
  3. You should not be accompanied by any dependent children.
  4. You have to show complete three months specified work experience on your First Working Holiday Visa.

c) Third Working Holiday Visa

This visa allows young people between 18-30 (35 upper limits for Canadian, French and Irish citizens) who have held or currently holding a second Working Holiday Visa to enter in the country for vacation and to work to support their stay.  This visa allows you to do:

1)    Short-term employment in the country to pay for your holiday.

2)    You can study for four months.

3)    You have the right to travel in and outside of Australia multiple times.

Check out the eligibility criteria of Third Working Holiday Visa:

  1. You must have held a Second Subclass 417 visa before.
  2. This should be noted that from July 1, 2019, six months of specified work is required while staying on the second subclass 417 visa.
  3. No dependent children should accompany you during your stay.

What are the documents requirements for this visa?

a) For First Working Holiday Visa

  1.  Passport biographical papers which are scanned copies are needed to submit.
  2.  Scanned copy of the birth certificate with parents name mentioned on the same
  3.  Passport-sized photograph of the applicant measuring 45 mm * 35 mm with a plain background.
  4.  A bank statement (minimum AUD 5,000) demonstrating your financial status and ability to operate in Australia.
  5.  If you have served any military then a proof of record or discharge paper.

b)For the Second Working Holiday Visa

  1. Previous employments payslips
  2. a written and signed piecework agreement marking out the pay rate per piece and how it is measured
  3. Employer references
  4. Payment summaries
  5. Tax return statement
  6. Group certificate
  7. Completed 1263 – Working Holiday visa employment verification form
  8. An Australian bank statement mounting the time duration of the specified work
  9. A written and attested agreement marking out any lawful deductions in the pay.

Time to pack your bags and visit Australia under Working Holiday Visa Subclass 417. For complete details, call the official helpline: +91-7042184185/Email your queries on info@makevisas.com.

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