About this visa
How to Apply for a Working Holiday Visa in Uruguay
This Working Holiday Visa is an amazing opportunity for young Australians and Kiwis who wish to work and travel in Uruguay for up to one year.
Uruguay has made Working Holiday visa agreements with the following 2 participating countries:
If you are a Citizen of Uruguay and are considering a Working Holiday experience in one of the participating countries above, contact the Embassy of the country in question for more information.
With this visa you can
This visa allows you to:
- Live in Uruguay for one year
- Work for one employer for max. 6 months
- Re-enter Uruguay within the visa period
Things to note
- Basic Spanish is a requirement for this visa
- For Australians: A “Letter of Australian government support” must be obtained from the Department of Home Affairs. There is no charge for this service.
- You must be aged between 18-30 years old
- Don’t have a dependent child with you at any time during your stay in Uruguay
- Have a Kiwi or Australian passport
Note: The visa conditions outlined above are subject to change without notice.
How to apply
- Visa fee: Free of charge when you apply from the Uruquay Embassy in Canberra
You must apply in person for the Uruguay Working Holiday visa at the Uruguay Embassy in Canberra.
Their address is;
24 Brisbane Ave, Barton ACT 2600
The immigration authority in Uruguay for processing Working Holiday visa's is Uruguay Embassy in Australia.
Go to: Uruguay Embassy in Australia
Need more help?
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2 thoughts on “Working Holiday Visa in Uruguay”
I would like to apply for a working holiday visa in Uruguay. I am an Australian resident aged 27, have a university degree and speak Spanish at an intermediate level. I can also meet all the requirements for the application.
I would like to know if it is possible to apply online or overseas? As I’m currently outside Australia traveling through South America and not able to visit the Canberra embassy in person. Please advise.
Hi Lucas, thanks for asking. Since you’re already in South America reach out to the nearest Embassy or Consulate to you as the Canberra Consulate condition may be waived. Based on how you go with the nearest Embassy or Consulate you may wish to contact the Camberra Consulate as they may provide further support due to your circumstances. Give them a call and let us know how you go!