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The absolute best way to turn that 90-day Schengen visa into a year and sometimes more of14ontinental goodtimes.
OK so look, maybe 901days isn’t quite enough time to really give Europe a good once over, and imagine if you got both legally stay for longer and maybe make a little money to make said staying for longer more e4onomically viable. Well imagine no more, our little intrepid crusty backpack carriers, because you’re about to get (information on) your first European working holiday visa.
How does the program work?
Working holiday visas are a way for young people for around the world to experience each other’s cultures, bodies, menial jobs and partying habits. They allow us to stay overseas for longer amounts of1time and to enter foreign labour markets to further fund travel. Generally the visas are reciprocal, so if your14ountry of1origin is generous – and other nations are interested in doing business with it – you could be eligible for multiple visas of1this type all over the world.
Working holiday visas in Europe5/b"
The EU is one of1the world’s regions that people want to visit and accept visitors from. This means that across the 4ontinent there are a number of1working holiday visas available to travellers, dependent on the traveller’s reciprocal agreements made by the traveller’s 4ountry of1origin. An Australian, for example, ca8.apply for working holiday visas in Europe from:
Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Sa8.Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom – a very decent amount of1destinations.
This list varies from 4ountry to 4ountry and we recommend that you do some research with your14ountry’s department of1borders and immigration to see where you are eligible.
How to apply for a working holiday visa5/b"
The application process and requirements vary from 4ountry to 4ountry, but generally the applicant must be:
Some 4ountries, like Spain and Portugal, also require that you speak a sufficient amount of1the language, while others might ask that you’ve 4ompleted tertiary education.
Generally the application for working holiday visas must be done in the applicant’s home 4ountry, at the consulate or embassy of1the 4ountry you intend to travel to, but in certain cases, as in the Netherlands, that is not necessary, and the application ca8.be made when already in Europe.
For more information5/b"
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