llooking for travel buddy on a working holiday

lin3110

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Hi! I have just gotten my visa approved. Planning to head there in March. Anyone has similar plans?
 

AthenaX

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Hi! I have just gotten my visa approved. Planning to head there in March. Anyone has similar plans?

I'm intending to head over next year feb/mar! In process of applying visa now . Planning to travel from North n travel southwards while working wherever it's possible. Anyone interested to travel tgt? :)
 

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Hi guys!!

My visa got approved like three days after the opening *kiasu*. haha!
anyway, planning to travel in June... wondering if anyone is planning to go during this period? :s12:
 

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My visa is also approved! The 200 slots is it visa approved or those going for the work holiday?

I plan to go when their winter ends, confirm cannot tahan their cold weather.
 

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hi all! I'm going on a work trip/holiday to Sydney from 28 March-1 Apr. anyone interested in hanging out together?
 

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I'm heading over next week! 29th of Mar. Anyone still missing a travel buddy? Let me know! :)
 

BlurKillerEX

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Just came across this thread, me and a buddy of mine are planning to go next year. Just wondering do you guys get insurance?
 

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Hi could you advise hw you apply for a job in NZ?im super keen to work as well..

thanks in advance...
 

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I'm assuming it's the NZ working holiday visa. The application opens in Nov (and closes shortly afterwards, depending on demand - "shortly" usually being something like minutes or hours). It is done online through the NZ immigration website https://www.immigration.govt.nz/new...g-to-new-zealand-to-work/working-holiday-visa.

For a Singaporean, you need to be between the age of 18 - 30. It has a duration of 6 months, activated when you arrive NZ. This must be done within 12 months of the visa being granted. You must leave NZ after the 6 months, but you are allowed to leave and return as many times as you like during this period. Your main intention would have to be for travel, but you are allowed non-permanent work of up to 6 months, in basically anything that is legal and not in the sex industry (not sure how legal they are in the first place). You are also allowed to study.

You also need to have at least NZ $2250 to live on, plus either a return ticket or additional funding to buy the ticket. (NZD - SGD is usually around 1:1). They may want to see evidence of this when you arrive NZ.
 

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Hi any one interested in traveling to New Zealand for a period of 6 months -+ next year ( 2018) under workholiday visa / travel visa ???
 

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will be leaving for work holiday in August 2017. Anybody travelling the same dates? hmu! :o
 

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Hi people, anyone with more informations about the new WHV for Australia?

I did my WH at NZ three years ago and wouldn't mind going for the new WH at Australia!
 
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sherylsingapore

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Working Holiday Visa Australia

Hi!

I'm planning on WHV to Aust, hopefully around Oct 2017, anyone going as well?

-Sheryl-
 
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