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Working Holiday To Australia Visa ?

Question by Azz: Working Holiday To Australia Visa ?
Hi, im about to apply for a Working Holiday Visa to Australia but i have a 2 questions before i actually apply.

How long does it take to come ?
How does it come, does it come via post ?

Best answer:

Answer by GerdP
1. Working holiday visa are processed quickly (six days) since they are only available to citizen of countries with a low risk of illegal immigration (Belgium, Canada, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, South Korea, Sweden, Taiwan, United Kingdom). The visa can be used to travel to Australia within 365 days, hence there is no need to wait with the application.

2. You will receive a Notification of Grant letter to your postal or e-mail address. It will contain the visa grant number, the period your visa is valid for, and the visa conditions. The visa is issued electronically (label free). Airlines and immigration officer are able to check your eligibility to travel to Australia on a database.

Source(s):
http://www.immi.gov.au/visitors/working-holiday/417/after-you-lodge.htm ..
http://www.immi.gov.au/visitors/working-holiday/417/ ..

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Question by someshpuria: Working in Czech republic with Netherlands Work permit?
Hi,

I an a non EU national and am employed in the Netherlands and have a Netherlands work permit.
My Dutch Employer has obtained a project in the Czech republic and wants to send me there to work at a local Bank (I would be still employed by the Dutch Employer).

Do I need to have a work permit for Czech republic? Will the Netherlands work permit hold good given that both are Schengen states? My Dutch employer would be billing me to the Czech company for the work done by me.

Does having a NL work permit mean that I can work in any Schengen country for that employer?

Thanks in advance

Best answer:

Answer by V.T.V.RAM
The European Working Agreements binds Czech Republic and Netherlands.
Hence no work permit is required.
With a Netherlands work permit, you can live and work in the any of the following countries without a visa or work permit :-
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom.

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