Subclass 417 - Working Holiday Visa
This visa enables eligible young passport holders (18 to 30 years old; or 35 years old for some countries) to work and holiday in Australia.
How do Subclass 417 and 462 visas differ?
- 462 visa applicants need to meet the educational requirement whereas 417 visas do not.
- 462 requires a letter of support from your home country’s government
- 462 requires proof that you have functional English, while Working Holiday (subclass 417) visa does not require you to show functional English
- For the second year of the 462, the applicant must have completed 3 months of the specified subclass. Similarly, for the second year of 417 programs, the applicant only needs to undertake 3 months of specified work.