From 1 July 2019, Greece will be added to the list of 43 countries providing reciprocal Work and Holiday arrangements. Up to 500 places each will be available annually for young Australians and Greeks to visit each other’s country for up to twelve months.
While on their first visa, Greek nationals may undertake specified work in regional areas to become eligible for a second Work and Holiday visa and extend their stay.
The option of a third year stay will also be available to them if they undertake six months of regional work in their second year in Australia.
The Work and Holiday visa requires applicants to be between 18 and 30 years, and first-time Greek applicants to hold or be studying towards tertiary qualifications and to have a functional level of English.
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