Work Visa in Australia

On this page is how to get the right work visa in Australia.


Whether you are studying or travelling in Australia, you may need to get a job.


You can work limited hours on a student visa, but you are not allowed to work on an Australian Visitor Visa. So what to do if you want to work? You have to apply for a visa that allows you.

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Working Holiday Visa Australia

The most popular work visa with young travellers is the working holiday visa for people between 18 and 30 years of age, who want to take a year or two off, travel around Australia, and finance their travels by taking temporary jobs in fruit picking, cattle stations, hospitality...
 

It's a great way to do it and highly popular!

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Other Kinds of Work Visa in Australia

But what if you are over 30 years old? There is a myriad of other different work visas available. There are visas for professionals, sponsored workers, skilled migration.. and all have different subclasses.


You can read the Australian Government's DIMIA website to find out which one suits you and how to apply for it. You will see that there is a lot to go though, and even if you work out on your own which visa suits your situation, you will see that the application and the paperwork that you have to submit is absolutely overwhelming.

If you are smart, you can save a lot of time and hassle by using a reputable visa agency like Visa First.

 Visa First

At Visa First, they don't only find out for you what visa you should apply for, and make sure you get your visa approved.

They also help you with a lot of other stuff like

* getting you an Australian bank account

* getting you a tax file number

* free internet

* holding your mail before you even get to Australia

* AND looking for jobs and accommodation for you!!!

I still wish they had existed or I would have known about them when I first came to Australia!


Get your questions answered on free live chat: In the top right hand corner of Visa First web pages is a little box for 'live chat' where you can ask any question about your situation and any visa to Australia, including working visas, and get immediate answers for free from a customer service representative.












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