Passport & Consular Services

Can I Apply Again For a Working Holiday Visa?

The eligibility and application rules regarding reapplying for a Working Holiday Visa depend on the specific country and visa program. In general, many countries have restrictions on how many times an individual can apply for a Working Holiday Visa.

Some countries have a once-in-a-lifetime policy, which means that once you have utilized your opportunity to obtain a Working Holiday Visa for that particular country, you cannot apply for it again in the future. This is common in countries like Australia and New Zealand.

However, other countries may allow multiple applications or have specific conditions for reapplying. For example, Canada’s International Experience Canada (IEC) program allows individuals to participate in multiple categories of work permits under the program, including the Working Holiday Visa, as long as they meet the eligibility criteria and have not reached the maximum age limit.

It’s crucial to carefully review the specific guidelines and requirements of the Working Holiday Visa program for the country you are interested in. Check the official website of the country’s immigration authorities or contact the nearest embassy or consulate for accurate and up-to-date information regarding reapplication rules and limitations.

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