Working Holiday Visa in New Zealand.
If you are between 18 and 30, you can stay and work for a year with this visa.
- 9 practicals guides
How to Get a Working Holiday Visa?
The Working Holiday Visa is issued only to those who respect the procedure of the Ministry of Immigration. We present the steps to follow to get the precious visa to enjoy an extraordinary year in the land of the Kiwis.
What Are the Conditions to Find a Job?
The essential steps to be authorized to work during a Working Holiday Visa. Application for an IRD number, income tax return and tax rate calculation.
How to Find Jobs With a WHV?
Which are the hiring sectors and how much will you earn during your trip? Kiwipal presents the Woofing and HelpX solutions as well as the catering and fruit picking jobs. An unmissable guide!
What Transports for a Working Holiday Visa?
Do you need to buy or rent a vehicle? Is it possible to travel by bus, plane or train? So many questions that we have studied so that you can control your budget.
How to Stay Without Going Over Budget?
This complete guide presents you the flatsharing and the accommodation in youth hostels. An indispensable guide to avoid bad surprises during your stay. Many practical advice that will save you precious time when you arrive.
Do I Really Need a Travel Insurance?
Travel insurance is not optional and you will have to present a certificate upon arrival. Yet it is necessary to know what insurance to select for a Working Holiday Program. Kiwipal has compared the various insurers in the market to help you choose.
Mobile Phone, Web and Mail in New Zealand!
In order not to be cut off from the world, you will need a telephone and Internet connection in New Zealand. Kiwipal also explains the poste restante process and how the parcel reception works.
How to Open a Bank Account in New Zealand?
The opening of a bank account is an indispensable operation to be able to work in the country. We have compared the different banks to find solutions suitable for a Working Holiday Visa.
How to Study in New Zealand?
The excellent universities of Auckland and Dunedin welcome foreign students. But the organization of such a stay requires an excellent organization on site. We have prepared the ground for you.
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