Australian Work And Holiday Agreement With Bangladesh

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Australian Work And Holiday Agreement With Bangladesh - New Australian work and holiday agreement with Bangladesh - Getting Down Under australia immigration, australian working holiday visa, English, holiday visas, Work, work and holiday, working-holiday-visa, YoungYoung people from Australia and Bangladesh will now be able to travel to each other’s countries through a work and holiday arrangement.

The Australia work and holiday visa program is now open, the Australia immigration department said.

University-educated Australian and Bangladesh travellers who are aged between 18 and 30 will now be able to work and holiday in the other country for up to 12 months.

The work and holiday visa differs from an Australian Working Holiday Visa as it requires applicants to have the support of their government, have or be studying towards tertiary qualifications and to speak functional English.

Full Press Release as follows:

Young people from Australia and Bangladesh now have the opportunity to work in each other’s countries through a work and holiday arrangement that came into effect today (December 31).

University-educated Australian and Bangladesh travellers who are aged between 18 and 30 will now be able to work and holiday in the other country for up to 12 months.

The work and holiday visa differs from a working holiday visa as it requires applicants to have the support of their government, have or be studying towards tertiary qualifications and to speak functional English.

Bangladesh has become the latest country to have a reciprocal work and holiday visa arrangement with Australia, joining a number of other countries, including Chile, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Turkey and the United States.

Feedback on these arrangements has been positive and these places are quickly filled each year.

There will be an annual limit of 100 work and holiday visas for both countries but this figure will be reviewed each year.

This new arrangement is an investment in future relations with Bangladesh and will also help develop links between people in both countries.

Bangladesh joins a number of other countries already participating in the Australian work and holiday visa program including Chile, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Turkey and the United States.

There will be an annual limit of 100 work and holiday visas for both countries but this figure will be reviewed each year.

The Australian Immigration department expects that these places are likely to be filled quickly.



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    I want work in Australia for the post of sales & marketing. I am Bangladeshi.

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    Hello. I am Chinese who want to find a holiday job or work in any Season farm in Australia. I have been working in local government about fifteen years after a five-year hitch in the army. I can get a vacation with two month from July to September from office. I have never go abroad ago. I want get a experience of travel work and improve my english speaking in Australia where is nearest english country to China. My age is 36 and my body are strong and healthy. I am good at cook, driving, swimming and know little Japanese.… Read more »