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November 04, 2007

AILF’s Exchange Visitor Program Offers Guidance on Australia’s Work and Holiday Visa Announcement

"Recently AILF's Exchange Visitor Program (EVP) has been fielding questions regarding the Work and Holiday Visa announcement made in September by the government of Australia. The announcement has generated much excitement as it has been reported in the U.S. press as an unlimited opportunity for young Americans and Australians to work in each other's countries.

Sounds too good to be true? Find out the facts and what's really involved with the Australian Work and Holiday visa.

Also, did you know that AILF is now able to sponsor both trainees and interns?

Interns will be applicants who are either in a post-secondary school program, or who are within one year of graduation. The internship must be in their field of study. Trainees will be applicants who either have a related degree or certificate plus one year of directly related work experience in the filed of training, or who have five years of directly related work experience in their field of training.

If you have a client that may benefit from a J-1/Exchange Visitor Program, please contact the AILF EVP staff at exchange@ailf.org for complete details, eligibility requirements, and application information".

Posted by VisaLawyer at November 4, 2007 07:02 PM


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