Working Holiday visa scheme of New Zealand, Australia allow Chinese to take part-time jobs

March 11, 2015
Chinese to engage in part-time jobs with new visa schemes of New Zealand, Australia

New Zealand is anticipating a high demand for its new working holiday plan of 2015-16 for Chinese that is about to put forth and receive application from 10 May, according to the concerned immigration representatives of the country. In the previous year its website has crashed, as they have received a high volume of application within nine hours. 

As a part of the free business contract signed by China and New Zealand in 2008, this yearly working holiday quota of 1000 visas is given to Chinese citizens aged between 18 and 30 by permitting them to travel, reside and work part time for twelve months. Demand for this visa new scheme will continue and improve more, as the thought is advancing its reputation in China. One of the well-developed countries to proffer working holiday visas for Chinese after New Zealand is Australia. 

During the free-trade accord that has been made between China and Australia, both the nation has completed their discussions on the work holiday plan under which Australia has planned to provide 5000 work-holiday visas for Chinese annually.

North Asia education commissioner, Eliza Chui noted that full details regarding the Australia work and holiday visa agreement will be declared in the month of May. One of the well-know counselor in the  Immigration office of New Zealand, Alan Barry stated that Australia’s work-holiday agreement is anticipated to complement the working holiday scheme of the country than as a competition.

New Zealand which has made few minor changes in the program to grab the attention of more individuals is now allowing the applicants to work for the same employer for the duration of six months rather than three.

With the new advancements made in the scheme more applicants can participate actively by applying for greater array of jobs.

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