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Uruguay is latest country to join Australian work and holiday visa programme

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Arrow Uruguay is latest country to join Australian work and holiday visa programme

Young Australians and Uruguayans will now be able to enjoy an extended holiday in each other’s countries thanks to a new work and holiday agreement. Uruguay is the latest country to agree to a reciprocal work and holiday visa agreement with Australia, joining countries including Argentina, Bangladesh, Chile, Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Thailand, Turkey [...]

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