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Working Holiday Visa Conditions
Are there any restrictions placed on a Working Holiday Visa?
If granted a Work and Holiday Visa (Subclass 417) or a Working Holiday Visa (Subclass 462), there are two mandatory conditions and several discretionary conditions which, if appropriate, will appear on your visa label.
If you fail to comply with any of these conditions, your visa may be cancelled. Should this occur, then you will become unlawful and will be subject to detention and subsequent removal from Australia. You will be responsible for the costs involved in this process.
These visa conditions include:
|8108||Must not work for the one employer for more than 6 months|
|8201||You must not engage in studies or training for more than 4 months|
|8301||You must satisfy public interest criteria|
|8303||You must not become involved in activities considered disruptive or physically threatening to the Australian community or a group within Australia|
|8503||You will not be entitled to be granted a substantive visa, other than a protection visa, while you remain in Australia (no further stay)|
|8525||You must leave Australia by a specified means of transport on a specified day or within a specified period|
|8527||You must be free from tuberculosis prior to entering and on arrival in Australia|
|8528||You must not have any criminal convictions, for which the sentences are for a total of 12 months or more, at the time of entry into Australia|
|8531||You must not remain in Australia after the end of the period of stay permitted by the visa|
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