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Hello everyone! My name is Andrea I'm 27 years old and I'm from Chile.
I came to Australia about 6 months ago with my boyfriend, with the Work and Holiday Visa. Although we were always planning to stay, now we are sure!!

I am in my third job and I'm very happy, I love it!
We want to change the visa and analyze all the possibilities as soon as possible, and we need help!
That's why I'm here!

I hope you can help us!

Thank you

A.


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Old 02-18-2010, 10:52 AM
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Hello everyone! My name is Andrea I'm 27 years old and I'm from Chile.
I came to Australia about 6 months ago with my boyfriend, with the Work and Holiday Visa. Although we were always planning to stay, now we are sure!!

I am in my third job and I'm very happy, I love it!
We want to change the visa and analyze all the possibilities as soon as possible, and we need help!
That's why I'm here!

I hope you can help us!

Thank you

A.
Hi Andrea and welcome to the forum, glad you're enjoying Australia.
The 462 W&HV is different to the 417WHV unfortunately in that it does not have as many options for applying for further visas.

Very first thing you need to check is your grant advice re
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The Work and Holiday visa allows you to stay in Australia for 12 months. You can only extend your stay in Australia if your Work and Holiday visa is not granted with a 'No Further Stay' condition. If your visa is granted with a 'No Further Stay' condition you will be advised of this in your visa grant letter.
And see if you have the NFS condition.

Even without that there'll be limited options and the 457 Employer Sponsor visa may be one but you'll need to confirm that with DIAC and then see whether you'll be eligible through already having completed qualifications and able to find a suitable employer.

Having a NFS condition or not having qualifications is not necessarily a complete blocker but consider that in first place and come back to the Visa & Immigration section with what the situation is and we can discuss it further.





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