- Work Visa
- Partner Visa
- Visa Refusal
- Parent Visa
- Business/Investor Visa
- Skilled Visa
- Student & Graduate Visa
- Visitor 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?
To be eligible for a First Working Holiday visa, you must:
To be eligible for a Second Working Holiday visa, you must:
To be eligible for a third Work and Holiday visa, you must:
The application is AUD 495.
75% of applications are processed in 17 Days
90% of applications are processed in 4 Months
CAP INCREASE FOR 2022-23 YEAR
For 2022-23 only, there will be a 30 per cent cap increase to the number of places available to working holiday makers from countries with which Australia has a capped Work and Holiday (subclass 462) visa arrangement. This one-off cap increase will commence from 1 July 2022.
WORKING IN ALL ECONOMY SECTORS
From 19 January 2022, WHMs working in any sector anywhere in Australia may continue to work for the same employer or organisation for longer than six months without requesting permission. This arrangement will be in place until 31 December 2022 when it will be reviewed by the Government.
Between 19 January 2022 and 19 April 2022, Working Holiday Maker (WHM) (subclasses 417 and 462) visa holders who arrive in Australia can apply for a refund of the visa application charge (VAC). From 5 March 2022 to 31 December 2022, eligible current and former WHMs in Australia can apply for a WHM visa with nil VAC.
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