Which Countries Offer Working Holiday Visas?


Do you want to explore another country for a longer period of time and have a deeper experience than a packaged two week holiday? Why not spend up to a year living and working abroad with working holiday visas?

Working holiday visas generally allow a traveler to be employed in the country during their visit as a way of supplementing their travel funds. A working holiday gives you the chance to live in a foreign country for a longer period of time than you would on a vacation because you will be able to earn money while you are there.

This type of visa also gives you a chance to experience day to day life beyond the tourist zones, make friends with locals and gain a deeper insight into the culture. It’s a fantastic way to travel and going on a working holiday will be an experience you will never forget.

Most working holiday visas schemes are under reciprocal agreements between two countries, because these countries want to encourage travel and the exchange of culture between their citizens. The requirements for each scheme vary between countries but are often quite similar.

Working holiday visas are usually limited to visitors between the ages of 18-30, although some will accept applicants as old as 35. Some of the working holiday visas place limits on the types of jobs that travelers can take or the amount of time they can be employed during their visit. The usual types of jobs that young people get on working holiday visas are in the tourism and hospitality, retail or seasonal industries, but there are plenty of other options available.

Don’t worry about how taking a year off to work abroad will affect your career. Most employers will actually look upon your working holiday favorably, as it shows that you have initiative and that you are capable of adapting to different situations.

In order to qualify, you will need to prove that you have enough funds saved up to cover your expenses while you are first looking for employment. You might also need to purchase health or travel insurance in some countries.

Which Countries Offer Working Holiday Visas?

The list of countries which offer working holiday visas is huge, so you will have a lot of choice when it comes to where you can go. New Zealanders and Australians have the most choice, whereas Canadians and British are a close second.

Handy Tip: Use the “Find” tool in your browser to search through this page for your country, so you can quickly see which Working Holiday Visas you are applicable for.

You can also check out our more specific Working Holiday Visa lists for Canadians, Americans, Australians and British citizens.

Remember that these working holiday visas requirements are subject to change and before applying for any working holiday visas you should always do your own research. 

Please note, Passport holders of EU member countries do not need permission to work in each other countries, these countries are. Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom.


Argentina Working Holiday Visa

Duration: 12 months
Age Limit: 18-30 years
Countries Accepted: Australia, Denmark, France, Ireland, New Zealand
More Information: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Argentina


Australia Working Holiday Visa

Duration: 12 months (but no more than 6 months working for one employer)
Age Limit: 18- 30 years (35 for Canadians)
Countries Accepted: Taiwan, Estonia, Belgium, Italy, France, Cyprus, Finland, Hong Kong, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Malta, Republic of Korea, Ireland, Japan, The Netherlands, Canada, United Kingdom

Passport holders from Turkey, Thailand, Malaysia, Iran, Indonesia, Chile, Bangladesh, Argentina and the USA need to apply for a subclass 462 visa and are required to have a tertiary education.

New Zealand citizens of any age can work in Australia indefinitely.

More Information: Everything You Need to Know About Your Working Holiday in Australia


Austria Working Holiday Visa

Duration: 6 -12 months
Age Limit: 18-30 years
Countries Accepted: New Zealand, Hong Kong, Israel, Taiwan and South Korea (as well as an exchange program for Canadian students.)
More Information: The Austrian Foreign Ministry


Working Holiday in Belgium

Duration: 12 months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
Countries Accepted: Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Taiwan
More Information: Belgian Federal Public Service Foreign Affairs


Working Holiday in Canada

Duration: 12 months
Age Limit: 18- 30 years for most countries, 18- 35 years for Switzerland, Ireland, Italy, Germany, France, Denmark, Czech Republic, Chile and Australia.
Countries Accepted: United Kingdom, Taiwan, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, New Zealand, The Netherlands, Latvia, Republic of Korea, Japan, Italy, Ireland, Hong Kong, Germany, France, Estonia, Denmark, Czech Republic, Chile, Belgium, Austria, Poland, Ukraine and Australia.
More Information: Government of Canada


Working Holiday in Chile

Duration: 12 months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
Countries Accepted: Australia, New Zealand, Canada
More Information: The Chilean Department of Foreign Affairs (Click the Union Jack flag to switch to English, then submit your application)


China Working Holiday Visa

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
Countries Accepted:  New Zealand
More Information: The Republic of China Consular Affairs

Czech Republic

Czech Republic Working Holiday Visa
Czech Republic Working Holiday Visa

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30/35 years
Countries Accepted:  Canada, South Korea, New Zealand, Taiwan and Chile
More Information: Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs


working holiday visa in Denmark

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
Countries Accepted: Australia, Canada, Chile, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea, Argentina
More Information: The Official Portal for Foreigners and Integration


working holiday in Estonia

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 19 – 30 years (18-35 For Canadians)
Countries Accepted: Australia, New Zealand, Canada
More Information: Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs


working holiday in Finland

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
Countries Accepted:  Australia, New Zealand
More Information: Finnish Immigration


Working Holiday in France

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years (35 for Canadians, 31 for Australians)
Countries Accepted:  Uruguay, Taiwan, Russia, Mexico, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Colombia, Chile, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, Australia

*Citizens of Albania, Andorra, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Bahamas, Barbados, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Croatia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Israel, Macedonia, Malaysia, Mauritius, Monaco, Montenegro, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, San Marino, Seychelles, Taiwan, Uruguay and the Vatican City, as well as British Nationals (Overseas), of any age can work in France for up to 90 days without a visa.

More Information: The Official Visa Website for France


Germany working holiday

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years (18-35 for Canadian Citizens)
Countries Accepted: Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Japan, Hong Kong, South Korea,Taiwan, Brazil, Uruguay, Israel, Chile. (Canadian applicants must be enrolled at a post-secondary institution.)
More Information: Deutschland.de

Hong Kong

working holiday in Hong Kong

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
Countries Accepted:  Australia, Austria, Canada, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, New Zealand, Sweden, United Kingdom.
More Information: Hong Kong Immigration


Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years (18 – 35 for Canadians)
Countries Accepted: Republic of Korea, New Zealand, Japan, Hong Kong, Chile, Canada, Australia, Argentina.
Citizens of Taiwan may also apply, but they have a separate application form.
Ireland also has a Working Holiday Visa scheme for US students or recent graduates.
More Information: Ireland Department of Justice and Equality


Israel Working Holiday

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
Countries Accepted: New Zealand, South Korea, Germany, Austria, Australia
More Information: Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs


Working Holiday in Italy

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years (18-35 for Canadians)
Countries Accepted: Australia, New Zealand, Canada, South Korea
More Information: Canadians apply at the Italian Embassy in Ottawa, Australians apply at the Italian Embassy in Canberra and New Zealanders apply at the Italian Embassy in Wellington. Further info can be found at the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.


Japan Working Holiday

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years (18-25 for Australian, Canadian and Korean applicants, with some exceptions for over 25. 18-26 for citizens of Iceland.)
Countries Accepted: Iceland, Chile, Czech Republic, Argentina, Spain, Hungary, Austria, Slovakia, Poland, Portugal, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Norway, Denmark, Ireland, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Korea, Canada, New Zealand and Australia.
More Information: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan


Working Holiday in Latvia

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years (18-35 for Canadians)
Countries Accepted: Canada, New Zealand, Australia
More Information: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Latvia


Working Holiday in Lithuania

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
Countries Accepted: Canada, New Zealand
More Information: For Canadians: Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania to Canada, For New Zealanders: Ministry of Social Security and Labour


Working Holiday in Malta

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
Countries Accepted: Australia, New Zealand
More Information: EU Immigration Portal, Identity Malta

The Netherlands

Working Holiday in the Netherlands

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
Countries Accepted:  Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Argentina, South Korea
More Information: Netherlands Immigration and Naturalisation Service

New Zealand

Working Holiday in New Zealand

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years (18-35 in some cases)
Countries Accepted:  Argentina, Hong Kong, Philippines, Austria, Ireland, Poland, Belgium, Israel, Portugal, Brazil, Italy, Singapore, Canada, Japan, Slovakia, Chile, Korea, Slovenia, China, Latvia, Spain, Croatia, Lithuania, Sweden, Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Taiwan, Denmark, Malaysia, Thailand, Estonia, Malta, Turkey, Finland, Mexico, United Kingdom, France, Netherlands, USA, Germany, Norway, Uruguay, Hungary, Peru, Vietnam.

Australians of any age may work in New Zealand indefinitely.

New Zealand is our favourite working holiday visa destination. Learn why New Zealand is a great choice for a working holiday.

More Information: New Zealand Immigration


Working Holiday in Norway

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years (18-35 for Canadians)
Countries Accepted: Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Japan, Argentina
More Information: Norwegian Directorate of Immigration


Working Holiday in Poland

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years (18-35 for Canadians)
Countries Accepted: Taiwan, New Zealand, South Korea, Japan, Australia, Canada
More Information: Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs

South Korea

Working Holiday in South Korea

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 25 years
Countries Accepted: USA, United Kingdom, Taiwan, Sweden, Romania, Portugal, Poland, Netherlands, Mexico, Italy, Israel, Ireland, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Hungary, Japan, Czech Republic, Germany, France, Denmark, Canada, Chile, Brazil, Belgium, Austria, Australia.
More Information: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Korea


Working Holiday in Singapore

Duration:  6 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
Countries Accepted: Working holiday visas only for graduates and undergraduates from Australia, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, United States
More Information: Singapore Ministry of Manpower


Working Holiday in Slovakia

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
Countries Accepted: New Zealand, Australia, Canada, Japan, Taiwan
More Information: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic


Working Holiday in Slovenia

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
Countries Accepted: New Zealand
More Information: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Slovenia 


Working Holiday in Spain

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years (18-35 for Canadians)
Countries Accepted: New Zealand, Canada, Australia
More Information: Embassy of Spain in Ottawa (For Canadians), Consulate of Spain in Melbourne (For Australians), Embassy of Spain in Wellington (for New Zealanders), Embassy of Spain in Tokyo (For Japanese Citizens)


Working Holiday in Sweden

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
Countries Accepted: Uruguay, South Korea, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Chile, Canada, Australia, Argentina
More Information: The Swedish Migration Agency


Working Holiday in Switzerland

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 35 years (Must have completed post-secondary studies or be currently studying.)
Countries Accepted:  Canada
More Information: Swiss Federal Council


Working Holiday in Thailand

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
Countries Accepted:  Australia, New Zealand and must have certain qualifications. (3 years full time study)
More Information: Working Holiday Visas for Australians


Working Holiday in Turkey

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
Countries Accepted: Australia, New Zealand
More Information: How to Get the Turkish Working Holiday Visa


UK Working Holiday Visa

Duration:  24 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
Countries Accepted: Australia, Canada, Japan, Monaco, Taiwan, New Zealand, South Korea, Hong Kong, British Overseas Territories
More Information: Youth Mobility Scheme Visa


Uruguay Working Holiday

Duration:  12 Months
Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
Countries Accepted: New Zealand, Australia, France, Sweden
More Information: For Swedish Citizens, For New Zealanders, For Aussies

Are you excited to go on your travel adventure yet? Read more Working Holiday Resources and get started on your application today.

Kelly Dunning

A Canadian freelance writer with a love of art, culture, literature and adventure, Kelly loves exploring foreign lands and expressing her experiences through the power of the written word.

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  1. Thanks for the tips, and for letting us know that there is actually a possibility to travel abroad without struggling to much, and on different perspective , I mean in the employer’s shoes. This is so amazing I think i Will really try this out.

    1. My son, his friend and a girlfriend want to do a working holiday in Europe. They all hold South African passports. Where can they apply/go

      1. Doesn’t seem like we can go anywhere ? Please let me know if you have found out any further information as I have looked and can’t find anything.

  2. Great summary of the various working holiday scenes! Wonder what my 33 year old boyfriend would make of the ‘some will accept applicants as old as 35’ 😉 It’s good you’ve put in a comment about conditions and programs changing….Jean Robert was unlucky with his UK visa – when he applied (January 2010) he could only work for 12 months of the 2 year length of the visa, now you can work throughout it! So we were kind of pushed to leave the UK to go to Canada.

  3. Anyone wishing to apply to Canada should be aware that this year’s quota is full for travellers from Great Britain and Ireland. My fiance was one of the last to get a visa! He was able to return to Toronto, but the job market is not so good.

    That said, I think working holiday visas are tops! I did a year in Ireland and a year in England and it was the best time of my life. I adored it and can’t wait to someday go back. I was in Ireland at the time of the Celtic Tiger (in it’s twilight months, to be sure, but things were still good) and had a great job. In the UK I worked in a beautiful heritage site, and got to travel to a massive number of fantastic places. I made lifelong friends, had great experiences, and generally expanded my world view.

  4. it looks like life would have been easier if i had been from new zealand. or anywhere but america 😉 at least singapore and south korea will take me in (sad thing is i only have a year left until im 30!)

  5. Thanks for the great tips. For recent college graduates in the current American economy, the job outlook is less than optimal. How great would it be for grads to travel and work, and not have to worry so much about “making it” in this economy. Thanks for highlighting these opportunities as another avenue available for college grads.

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  7. Ireland has a working holiday agreement with Argentina also so Argentinians can travel and work in Irleand for a year.

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  10. what are options for USA citzens, which countries can they choose from? I have done the work/holiday in australia and I am 30 years old.

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  12. its been always my desire to pursue my studies abroad but unluckily the philippines was not included but recently i heard NZ is opening for our country. i am currently working here in the middle east and hoping to get this chance. any advice please thanks

  13. I used to travel but fortunately, I can’t find my country ( Philippines ) was not included in the list. So sad to hear.

  14. Is there any other way to visit the country just for 3-6 month and to have a job to sustain our daily needs? I love to see the world out from my country ( Philippines ).

  15. Hey, I need some assistance if possible. I’m a Canadian under the age of 30, living in Canada at the time being, however I have received two different job offers in Switzerland. One is for a 12 month trainee program with an international corporation and the other is for a permanent position with a large firm. When I contacted the Swiss Consulate General’s office in Canada, I was told that only a few weeks ago, changes were made to the application process, whereby from now on all applications must be completed by the employer IN Switzerland, NOT in Canada. She said this essentially makes the process easier than before. The downfall is that she said the application time could take approx. 12-15 weeks – this is very hard to believe. If both positions begin in June, what’s the best solution?

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  17. I just had a desire to be an Au Pair in NZ or AU. Sadly, my citizenship/country (Philippines) is not eligible to apply for Working Holiday Visa. :/ I guess i should have to wait for my dad’s PRV in NZ. I wonder how happy and blessed Kiwis are, I’m jealous. This website proves that New Zealand is really the friendliest country.

  18. Anyone here who would like to apply under work holiday program in 2015, please send me your resume. We will provide the job offer with free flights and free accommodation for first 2 weeks. We are from McDonald’s in Alberta.

    1. Hi i am from India and have 15 years of work experience. Could you kindly elaborate on what kind of work holiday program is available and whether we will be eligible

        1. Hi am a high school graduate from Nigeria. It has always been my dream to work outside the country.please help me out.thank you

    2. hai sir ,my name is harry i am interested to work in abroad , kindly provide a opportunity to work . kindly reply

    3. my age is 44 can i get working holiday visa, iam from India , i like to travel as well as work any sort of work , please sen me the details,,,,, thankyou.

  19. The working holiday visa in the UK now called the Tier 5 (Youth Mobility Scheme) (http://immigrationandmigration.com/tier-5-uk-visas/tier-5-uk-youth-mobility-scheme-visa/) and is now under the points based system. so if you meet the requirements of:

    – want to live and work in the UK for up to 2 years
    – are aged 18 to 30
    – have £1,890 in savings
    – have certain types of British Nationality or are from certain countries
    – meet the other eligibility requirements

    You should be able to get through.

  20. Hi…
    My husband,my son and myself are actually wanting to Imigrate to either Australia or New Zealand. We are from South Africa and constantly living in fear. Is it possible or can we only go with a working visa and how do we go about it. Thanx

    1. If you can prove that there is a risk to your life/well being you should be able to apply for a refugee status but it is not a very nice process and is hard with Australia and New Zealand. If you can speak English, line up a job with some one via the internet, line up somewhere to live and prove you will be able to support yourself and your family when you are in the country that all helps a lot. If it is possible to visit where you want to go first it may help line these things up and give you a real idea of what life there would actually be like. It may also help if you happy to move to a county town and not a city but the process is hard and not very nice. Good luck.

  21. Please provide a list of countries in which I can apply for a working holiday Visa with an Indian Passport.

        1. Hello kelly,

          Greetings of the Day,

          I am Sachin and lived in India, I would like to know that if I got the tourist visa for Romania than same passport I can travel Uk 🇬🇧 also. It’s falls in EU.

          Also one of friend stays in Romania through I can get help for process.


  22. I am Indian and i cannot find any country which provides Working Holiday visa to Indians. Plz tell me if there is one.

  23. i am 18 and i am a Jamaican………i have a lot of interest to work abroad can you help me please and thank you.

  24. Mau i know if Belguim accept a working visa holiday for philippines??please answer beck really need some help here…hope to hear from you soon.thanks and best regards

  25. Hi … Good days!

    I’m Jane, from malaysia. My age 37 years young. I hope that I will have the opportunity to work with employer hire me in the future. Also I would like to have the opportunity to meet with employer and discuss how I might enhance.

    Thank you.

    Best wishes,
    Jane Siew

  26. I’m Christy from philippines, sad to know we’re not eligible base on this site. Few minutes ago, i was trying to search about WHVisa before i found this site.
    I’m a bit baffled because NZ is accepting WHVisa for filipino to the previous site i’ve visited.
    Will u pls help me to clear up my confusion.
    I guess this site would help me a lot
    Thank u..

  27. I did research, I didnt find any country which offer indian holiday visa (nepal & bhutan excluded). I think, this a terrible situation.

  28. Hi I need a working holiday visa please can you help me to get a visa please I request you and give me information?

    1. Hi Imran, Sorry, we are a travel blog and not a visa service so we provide the information in this post but we are not able to help you get a visa. Best of luck with it though!

    1. Of course you are. I believe Working Holiday Visas are wonderful and are something that would benefit the young people of any country in the world. However, these agreements are largely determined by international political relationships between nations.

  29. Hello sir, am tunde from nigeria i need a free visa to any european country, this is my whatsapp number +2348039250949
    Please please help me out

  30. I live in London Uk, I’m a New Zealander currently on a two year visa which expires in December in London. Can I apply for a visa for Dublin or Europe visa whilst in the Uk? Or any other visa? Rather tan tripping home and then back. I’m 25 years old,

  31. Hi 🙂

    (sorry but my english is vevry bad )

    I need youre help!!!!! I would like to know the time to come to Korea with the visa of working holiday, how you must prove that I get the money requested by the embassy? You can be with the bank statement to leave at the time for the application or I must again make this process the banking certificate before travelling? I should run this Friday 14 August and my trip is on 28 August – is the effect of this bank document?. please i need this information but I don’t know who to ask for safe travel!! Thanks you!

    1. Hiii i am from india i need job in any eroupean country please help to find … How i make to these countries please hlp me out to take visa…

  32. Team,

    I am Native India, I would like to relocate to other country which I can able to get holiday visa to work with that time period, I hope you people will not be able to get visa process, but I hope you people will help me out to get the best place to work as well as I had about 7years of Experience in Administration Facilities Physical Security Marketing Communications Branding, as well looking out for a job in any of the above Departments, I am immediate Available.
    My Contact Details:- +91 9840 676 759

  33. does any county offer for Indian citizen work and holiday visa ? pleas ans . if not pz suggest alternate option for work in overseas in absence of sponsorship visa..

  34. I am an Indian aged 48 years would like to travel all over the world while working in holiday visa options. Is this possible for a middle aged man?

    Please share expert opinion about this.


    1. No. Unfortunately at your age it is not unless you get sponsorship from a company as a skilled worker or you have a job working for yourself that you can do as you travel (eg a IT work that you can do over the internet).

    1. I agree Hussam! I wish there were Working Holiday Visas offered in more countries, including in the Arab world, as it is a wonderful way for young people to learn about and experience each other’s culture.

  35. Being a New Zealanders has the most advantage here. Almost all countries you can apply for the working holiday visa. I spent my working holiday in New Zealand and ought to say it’s one of the best experience in my life. Magnificent country and spectacular nature. I just started a blog and summarizing most of my travel venture there. Do check out.

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  38. Such a nice and Helpful Article i am happy to reach you and Read your article. i share your article on my social media accounts and also bookmarked because its very helpful for me thanks for publish.

  39. I’m Turga from Malaysia and am 27 which country can i go to for a working holiday that will last for 6 to 12 moths ?and also
    What about the requirement if you want to do working holiday

  40. Hi Kelly,

    You have a really nice travel blog! I will have to look into working visas more. I have traveled around the world, but not using a working holiday visa. Nevertheless, your blog is a great inspiration for those learning how to start a travel blog!


  41. Hello, need some assistance here. My sister lives in Ukraine, 37years old. Is it possible to find any holidays jobs in Europe and what countries opens for Ukrainian? Thanks a lot for your comments 🙂

  42. hi am from Uganda East Africa, am looking for a holiday work in Europe or America. a have a great experience in the hospitality industry especially in food hygiene and food safety, most of which at supervisory level.
    Lukyamuzi Fredrick

  43. I don’t know all the countries, but Spain can go to Canada (up to 25), South Korea, Japan and to Australia too. It’s not in the list of countries accepted. Spain also accepts Korea, and Japan. It’s pretty new (2018) ^^

    Nice information!

  44. Hello,
    Is it really possible to work in France without a working visa for 90 days as a Malaysian citizen? I would be very thankful for more info about this topic or where to look for more information.

    1. Yes Malaysians can work in France for 90days without visa, check the government website. Here’s a snippet from Wikipedia :

      Note that citizens of Albania, Andorra, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Bahamas, Barbados, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Croatia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Israel, Macedonia, Malaysia, Mauritius, Monaco, Montenegro, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, San Marino, Seychelles, Taiwan, Uruguay and the Vatican City, as well as British Nationals (Overseas), of any age who wish to work in France for up to 90 days can do so without a visa or work permit.

      –your fellow malaysian

  45. In the ‘China’ section, the link goes through to the Taiwanese MOFA website.

    Also, there is no section for Taiwan.

    Please update this as it is misleading.

  46. Hurrah, that’s what I was seeking for, what a information! existing here at this website,
    thanks admin oof this website.

  47. Hi iam from india can i know how to get this visa please its very important to me to get the job please can any one help me out of this

  48. Hello, could you please help me ? i’m a 23 years old and i have both nationality and passport : Mauritius Island and South Africa. I would like to know in witch country i could get a working holiday permit ? i’m struggling so much .

    Thanks a lot, i dreaming of this opportunity .

  49. Hey! According to your information I can get a work in holiday visa for Brazil. I cannot find any information (German government websites etc) on this. Where did you verify this? Thank you!

  50. hi may know form Malaysia citizen 31 years old can accept apply working holiday visa ?
    which can apply website?
    year 2019 when open public apply ?

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  52. Good day. My name is Benny kambwa, born in the DRC but I am currently living in South Africa. Is there anyways by chance you can help me with more informations on work holiday viza?

    Looking forward to your response.
    Yours Ms Benny

  53. I have been pretty overwhelmed by the responses to this post, including yours, that had a similar experience to me. Before coming, I feel like people just tell the good parts of their experience and completely gloss over any negative parts. Anyways, I have only visited Australia on two occasions for long layovers so it doesn’t compare, but I definitely got a good impression. Sydney was okay, but Melbourne was awesome. Wish I had more time.

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    1. My name Stevenson Thomas.I read your comments here that you love my country Australia.Are you still interested coming to my country.I can give you guidelines on visa procurement.You can contact me via my email: stevethomaswb@gmail.com
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  55. It was helpful when you explained that working holiday visas are usually available to those as old as 35. One of my friends online is looking for a change in her life and also really wants to travel more. I’ll suggest she start taking the necessary steps to get a working holiday visa like getting an immigration medical exam and talking with an attorney!

  56. Your article is quite helpful! I have so many questions, and you have answered many. Thank you! Such a nice and superb article, we have been looking for this information about tips to fly with family. Great post…

  57. Great Article! I got many answers of my questions about holiday visa so I am glad to read this helpful article. Thanks for sharing such an informative article. Keep posting!!!

  58. This post is old but I did a work holiday in Sweden was going to go to Netherlands after but came back Australia, I am now 31 and still a lot of restrictions… I really regret not staying in Europe and just winging it in Netherlands. So only France and Canada is options now correct if I go back?

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    Australia: The Australian government has a variety of work visas for individuals with different skills and qualifications, including skilled workers, working holiday makers, and entrepreneurs.

    New Zealand: The New Zealand government has a working holiday visa program for individuals between the ages of 18 and 30, as well as visas for skilled workers and entrepreneurs.

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