Working Holiday Visas for Irish Citizens

EU

Irish Citizens Are Able To Work In Another EEA Country Without A Work Visa

Australia Currently Has A Working Holiday Visa Available To Irish Citizens Aged Between 18 and 30 Years Permitting Those Eligible To Stay In Australia For Up To 12 Months.

Argentina

Argentina Currently Has A Working Holiday Scheme Available To Citizens Of Ireland Aged Between 18 and 30 Years Permitting Those Eligible To Stay In Argentina For Up To 12 Months.

Canada

International Experience Canada Enables Citizens Of Ireland Between The Ages Of 18 And 35 Years Old To Stay In Canada For Up To Two Years.

Chile

Chile Currently Has A Working Holiday Scheme Available To Irish Citizens Aged Between 18 and 30 Years Permitting Those Eligible To Stay In Chile For Up To 12 Months.

Hong Kong

Hong Kong Currently Has A Working Holiday Scheme Available To Irish Citizens Aged Between 18 and 30 Years Permitting Those Eligible To Stay In Hong Kong For Up To 12 Months.

Japan

Japan Currently Has A Working Holiday Scheme Available To Irish Citizens Aged Between 18 and 30 Years Permitting Those Eligible To Stay In Japan For Up To 12 Months.

New Zealand

New Zealand Currently Has A Working Holiday Scheme Available To Irish Citizens Aged Between 17 and 30 Years Permitting Those Eligible To Stay In New Zealand For Up To 12 Months.

South Korea

South Korea Currently Has A Working Holiday Scheme Available To Irish Citizens Aged Between 18 and 30 Years Permitting Those Eligible To Stay In South Korea For Up To 12 Months.

Taiwan

Taiwan Offer A Working Working Holiday Agreement To Citizens Of Ireland Aged Between 18 and 30 Years Permitting Those Eligible To Stay In Taiwan For Up To 12 Months.

USA

The US Currently Has A Working Holiday Scheme Available To Irish Citizens Aged Between 18 and 30 Years Permitting Those Eligible To Stay In The US For Up To 12 Months.

Additional Information:

This is a brief & general summary, visa requirements and the number of working holiday visas allocated in countries each year can vary and new agreements are being made regularly so we recommended you attain complete and up to date official information from the Immigration Service or that countries Embassy in your home country before making any work and travel plans.

If you are not eligible for a Working Holiday visa there are a variety of business, family or student visas or work permits that may be available to you. For further information contact the nearest Embassy or Consulate of the country you wish to visit.

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