There are plenty of questions that you may have when it comes to working abroad, and securing a working holiday visa. We have narrowed down a list of FAQ’s that we think will give you the best insight into securing your work visa/permit.

1. How do I apply for a position to work overseas?

To apply for a working holiday visa, just complete our quick and free assessment – it’s that simple!

We have enviable opportunities all over the globe including, voluntary work in Thailand and working visa for Canada from UK. In addition to these amazing destinations, we also have positions in Australia – an attractive location for beach and sea lovers!

To chat with us over the phone, give us a call on 02037574656 where we will be happy to answer your queries.

2. Is there a minimum age to apply?

At time of application, you must be 17. By the time of travel, you must be at least 18 years of age. Applying early gives you time to secure your working holiday visa before you travel. There are sometimes maximum age restrictions too. This is dependent on your visa type, destination and your usual country of residence or nationality. Get in touch to find out more on this.

3. What jobs are available?

We have a varied and abundant pool of live jobs right now! Some popular choices include bar work, kitchen staff, and many other jobs within the hospitality sector. These types of roles enable you to meet lots of interesting people, and this is a great way to make new friends.

The salaries vary depending on the role, and on average they range from

Working abroad in countries such as Canada also gives you the chance to earn higher wages, as tips and gratuities are common. Bonus!

4. What are the benefits of working abroad?

Undoubtedly, working abroad can provide you with memories and experiences that most can only dream of. Working holidays abroad are often viewed as ‘once in a lifetime’ opportunities, and there are many benefits to this. People who choose to work abroad experience different cultures, religions and behaviours. They get to learn a lot about other cultures and thus, learning about themselves in the process. Supplementing this, you can learn new languages which can be transferred to future employment such as a translator,  or other jobs abroad who require bi or multi-lingual persons.

5. Do I need any special qualifications or experience to work abroad?

This is dependent upon the job you go for. Some positions do not require much experience as training will be provided on the job. For instance, working as a chef will require food handling knowledge and training, work experience and lots of stamina! There are some roles, such as driving jobs, that will require driving licenses and permits. Find out more here.

6. What are the passport requirements?

Passport soon to expire? Not to worry. At the time of your application, you should have a valid passport. If your passport expires during the application process, you can renew it at a later date before travelling to your destination.