Category Archive: Temporary Working Visa

Jan 12 2017

Working Holiday Visa in Australia

Working Holiday Visa Options for Australia
Working Holiday visa (subclass 417)
and
Work and Holiday visa (subclass 462)

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Aug 21 2015

Australia Work Visa for people over 30?

Getting an Australian Working Visa for the Over 30’s A popular way to work in Australia is the Working Holiday Visa, but this has aged limits of between 18 and 30 Many ask if they can still get a Visa to work in Australia after they turn 31. The answer is normally NO, unless you …

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Apr 12 2011

Superannuation owed to Working Holiday Visa Holders

Recent reports that the Australian Superannuation scheme is holding about $5.4 billion of unclaimed superannuation money in about 6.1 million accounts, makes me wonder how much of this Superannuation is owed to working holiday visa holders, and holders of other temporary Visa’s. The above figures average out at $885 in unclaimed super, per account holder. …

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Oct 14 2009

School Fees on 457 Visa

The 457 visa is classed as a temporary visa, it must be noted that it is a Temporary “Resident” Visa, and not a Temporary “Visitor” Visa. Some Australian States allow the children of Temporary “Resident” Visa holders to access Government School facilities under the same conditions as Citizens and Residents. However, it must be noted …

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Sep 01 2009

School Fees on Temporary Visa Australia

Although most Australian States allow the children of Temporary Resident Visa holders to attend State schools without payment of International Student Fees, the NSW and ACT governments have chosen to impose fees on this group. Temporary Resident Visas under this condition include the commonly used 457 Long Stay Visa. NSW The 2010 annual fees for …

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May 18 2009

LAFHA – living away from home allowance

What is a living away from home allowance fringe benefit? A living away from home allowance is an allowance the employer pays to an employee to compensate for additional expenses incurred, and any disadvantages suffered, because the employee is required to live away from their usual place of residence in order to perform their employment-related …

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May 18 2009

457 Temporary Business Visa

457 VIsa The Temporary Business (Long Stay) (subclass 457) visa is the most commonly used Visa that allows overseas skilled workers to be sponsored by employers to fill positions of need in Australia, on a temporary basis, for a period of between three months and four years. Applicants on this Visa can bring eligible secondary …

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