- 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 to holiday and work in Australia.
There are three types of Work and Holiday Visa including:
To be eligible for an Subclass 462 visa, you must:
You must not have previously entered Australia on a:
To be eligible for a second Work and Holiday visa, you must:
To be eligible for a third Work and Holiday visa, you must:
You must have enough money to:
You must be a citizen of and hold a valid passport from one of these countries:
The application is AUD 495.
75% of applications are processed in 10 Months
90% of applications are processed in 20 Months
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, eligible current and former WHMs in Australia can apply for a WHM visa with nil VAC.
462 VISA TO BE OPEN FOR YOUNG INDIAN CITIZENS
The Australia-India Economic Bilateral Agreement (AI ECTA) signed on 2 April 2022 will now open Australia to 1,000 young Indian citizens per year to work and holiday in Australia
Within two years, Australia will put in place arrangements to allow eligible Indian citizens aged between 18 and 30 to apply for a Work and Holiday visa to visit Australia for one year and undertake short-term work and study while holidaying.
462 PROCESSING TIME
Applications which had been on-hand while Australia’s borders were closed are now being finalised. As these older applications are being finalised, published processing times have increased. Applications lodged recently are being finalised quickly. 75 per cent of applications lodged since 1 November 2021 that were finalised before 28 February 2022 were finalised in 70 days.
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