Types of Australian Visa In order to work in Australia while you are a student you must have a student visa with work permission. The fee for obtaining both a student visa and work permission in Australia is A$575, and allows you to begin working as soon as your classes begin. International students in Australia on a valid student visa can work for up to 20 hours per week while school is in session, and there is no limit on the number of hours an international student can work during recognized school vacations. A work week in Australia is considered to be Monday through the following Sunday. 485 Skilled Graduate Temporary Visa This visa is the most common option available to international students after graduating. With a 485 visa, you are allowed to stay in Australia for 18 months to gain work experience only if you have just completed at least two years of study in Australia. 402 Training and Research Visa Another option for international students, the 442 visa is for students to improve their work skills for up to two years while being sponsored by an employer. 487 Regional Sponsored Visa This visa provides a pathway for permanent residency while allowing you to work for 3 years and work in a specialized regional area 887 Skilled Regional Residence Visa 887 Visa This rewards you permanent residency and with this you can live and work in Australia permanently. You must have already lived in Australia for two years, have a year of work experience and have sufficient points. 885 Skilled Independent Residence Visa The 885 visa allows you to live as a permanent resident and work without needing to be sponsored 886 Skilled Sponsor Resident Visa The 886 visa allows an overseas student to apply for permanent residency and work while being sponsored by an employer.
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