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Working Holiday Visa

There's so much to see and experience around the world, and a working holiday is one of the best ways of doing it. Who wouldn't want to see the world and earn while doing it?

But before setting off you'll need to sort out a working holiday visa. Each country may have slightly different requirements, so it pays to get organised early. Fortunately Student Flights can help you every step of the way - from getting together what you need and sorting all the paperwork, through to getting your visa to you.

Whether you're thinking of a working holiday in Canada, the USA, UK or anywhere else, we can help hook you up with a job, sort your visa to get there, set you up with bank accounts and transfer money over to them, help with getting a CV written and tons more.


For example, if you're heading to the UK we have a range of awesome starter packs and jumpstart packs to help get you sorted. These start from packs with getting your banking and mobile phone arrangements sorted, all the way through to packs covering working holiday visas, banking, accommodation and jobs - even free VIP access to top London clubs!

To get a tier 5 working holiday visa you'll need to be aged 18-31, have a valid NZ passport and have adequate funds (around £1800).

USA & Canada:

Or if the USA and Canada is more your thing, we can help get you into cool summer camp jobs, sort you out with learning to become a certified ski instructor, and heaps more. To get a working holiday visa you'll need to be aged between 18-30, and if it's the USA you're heading to you'll also need to be a current tertiary student or a recent graduate.

Need more info on getting a working holiday visa? Just send us an online enquiry, give us a call or visit one of our stores and we'll be able to help get everything sorted.


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