Working Holiday Visa for Hungarians opening on April 23, 2024

Get ready for an adventure! The Working Holiday Visa for Hungarians kicks off on April 23, 2024. It's your ticket to work, explore, and soak up life in New Zealand for up to a year. If you're between 18 and 35, grab one of the 100 spots available. Don't miss this adventure!

Working Holiday Visa for Hungarians opening on April 23, 2024
Packing dreams and preparing for New Zealand journey

We are excited to announce the Working Holiday Visa scheme opening for Hungarian citizens, commencing on April 23, 2024.

This unique opportunity allows young Hungarians to explore, work, and immerse themselves in a different culture, enhancing their global perspective and gaining invaluable international work experience.

Key Details for Applicants

  • Opening Date: April 23, 2024
  • Eligible Age Group: 18 to 35 years
  • Stay Duration: Up to 12 months
  • Limit per Year: 100 spots available. Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

Application Fees and Processing

  • Starting Cost: NZD 420
  • Processing Timeline: 80% of applications processed within 8 weeks

Important Considerations for Applicants

  • Applications for the Working Holiday Visa must be submitted exclusively online.
  • Holding a permanent position or working for a single employer for a duration exceeding three months is not permitted.
  • The Working Holiday Visa does not allow for children to accompany you. Partners wishing to join you in New Zealand are required to apply for their own visa independently.

Benefits of This Visa Include:

  • Allows for employment in New Zealand for a maximum of 12 months.
  • Permits studying or training activities for up to a total of 6 months.

Stay tuned for our next article. We collected some tips on being in the first 100 who can spend a year in New Zealand on a Working Holiday visa.

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