When applying for a Partner visa, subclass 820, from the Working Holiday (subclass 417) or Work and Holiday (subclass 462) visa, there are often questions about continuing working for one employer for over 6 months.
Disaster Recovery Work in Bushfire Declared areas for Working Holiday Makers.
Paid and volunteer disaster recovery work in declared areas impacted in the recent bushfires will count towards the “specified work” needed to apply for a second or third year 417 or 462 visa.
Summary of working holiday maker changes.… Read the rest
Getting Longer Working Rights on WHV when applying for Partner Visa.
If you hold a Working Holiday (subclass 417) or Work and Holiday (subclass 462) visa, you are normally limited to a maximum period of 6 months’ work with any one employer. If you work longer than 6 months without … Read the rest
Working Holiday Visa Options for Australia.
July 2019 Changes:
- Reciprocal Work and Holiday arrangements commence with Ecuador and Greece on subclass 462 visa. (neoskosmos.com)
- Third Working Holiday Maker (WHM) visa (417 and 462) program starts.
From 1 July 2019, WHM visa holders who carry out 6 months of
Third (3rd) Year Working Holiday Visa in Australia.
From 1 July 2019, 417 and 462 visa holders who carry out SIX months of specified work in regional areas while on their second Working Holiday (subclass 417) visa or Work and Holiday (subclass 462) visa may be eligible to apply for … Read the rest
Working Holiday 2nd Year Visa – Specified areas.
People on the different classes of Working Holiday Visas (417 and 462) who wish to do a SECOND year, must abide by certain conditions which include the location in Australia that they must work in before applying for the 2nd visa. The … Read the rest
How much Income Tax is payable while on a Working Holiday Visa in Australia.
Holders of 417 and 462 Working Holiday Visa pay a special rate of tax while working in Australia. It is lower than other temporary visa holders but higher than Australian residents.
The first $37,000 of your … Read the rest
Employment Opportunities for Australian Working Holiday Visa Holders.
Working Holiday Visa holders often have difficulties getting the right type of jobs while on their holiday in Australia, as most employers need regular employees.
A Working Holiday Visa holder (Subclass 417 and 462) can normally only work for an employer for … Read the rest
417 and 462 Working Holiday visa processing times for month ending 31 August 2017.
417 Working Holiday visa processing times.
75 per cent of applications processed in under 16 days
15 per cent of applications processed in 16 to 26 days
10 per cent of applications processed in over 26 … Read the rest