Quali sono i lavori utili a ottenere il rilascio del secondo anno di Working Holiday Visa?

K2_WRITER_BY / Vivere in Australia / Mercoledì, 08 Aprile 2015 02:00

I "lavori specifici" sono i seguenti:


  • Coltivazione di piante e allevamento di animali
  • pesca e itticoltura
  • agricoltura e abbattimento di alberi
  • attività mineraria
  • edilizia


Bisogna tenere a mente che per lavori specifici si intende lavori specifici, ovvero lavorare in una impresa di estrazione di carbone (quindi che rientra nell'attività mineraria) come cuoco per il personale, non va bene!! Occorre fare il minatore.


Riportiamo la versione originale della pagina http://www.immi.gov.au/Visas/Pages/417.aspx (in attesa che qualche volontario abbia voglia di tradurla)


Specified work is any type of work described in the list below:

    • plant and animal cultivation
      • the harvesting and/or packing of fruit and vegetable crops
      • pruning and trimming vines and trees
        Note: This must be the applicants primary employment task and directly associated with the cultivation and commercial sale of plant produce, such as fruit and nut crops (commercial horticultural activities). General garden maintenance is not eligible.
      • general maintenance crop work
      • cultivating or propagating plants, fungi or their products or parts
      • immediate processing of plant products
      • maintaining animals for the purpose of selling them or their bodily produce, including natural increase 
        Note: Maintaining animals for tourism or recreational purposes is not eligible.
      • immediate processing of animal products including shearing, butchery, packing and tanning
        Note: Secondary processing of animal products, such as small goods processing and retail butchery is not eligible.
      • manufacturing dairy produce from raw material.
    • fishing and pearling
      • conducting operations relating directly to taking or catching fish and other aquatic species
      • conducting operations relating directly to taking or culturing pearls or pearl shell.
    • tree farming and felling
      • planting or tending trees in a plantation or forest that are intended to be felled
      • felling trees in a plantation or forest
      • transporting trees or parts of trees that were felled in a plantation or forest to the place where they are first to be milled or processed or from which they are to be transported to the place where they are to be milled or processed.
    • miningconstruction
      • coal mining
      • oil and gas extraction
      • metal ore mining
      • construction material mining
      • non-metallic mineral mining and quarrying
      • exploration.
      • mining support services
    • residential building construction
    • non-residential building construction
    • heavy and civil engineering construction
    • land development and site preparation services
    • building structure services
    • building installation services
    • building completion services
    • other construction services.

Work undertaken in the areas of plant and animal cultivation, fishing and pearling, and tree farming and felling must be described in the list above to meet the specified work requirement.

The Australian New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC) provides further detail about eligible work in mining and construction​. Work undertaken in the mining and construction sectors must appear in the ANZSIC division for these sectors to meet the specified work requirement

Supporting work, such as book-keeping, in any industry described in the list above does not meet the definition of specified work.

Specified work:

    • must be an activity listed above
    • must be the primary role, function or activity performed during the applicants employment.

Examples of eligible specified work:

    • picking fruits on an orchard
    • feeding and herding cattle on a farm
    • horse breeding and stud farming
    • landscaping the grounds of a construction/house site
    • painting the interior/exterior of new buildings
    • conservation and environmental reforestation work
    • zoo work involving plant or animal cultivation
    • erecting fences on a construction site  
    • scaffolding.

Examples of ineligible specified work:

    • ship/boat building
    • performing specialised social science services (such as anthropological and archaeological assessments) for mining companies
    • town planning or architecture
    • working as a nanny on a farm
    • working at a cellar door providing wine tastings
    • manufacturing materials used on a construction site (such as concrete or steel)
    • cooking/catering on a mine site
    • cleaning the interior of mine complexes or buildings.

Specified work in disaster affected areas

Construction work can be vital in helping regional disaster zones, such as those affected by flood or bushfire, to rebuild and recover from disaster.
Working Holiday visa holders who conduct construction work in eligible regional areas of Australia following disasters can count the work as specified work. This work may be paid or unpaid work.

Examples of construction work that qualify as specified work include:

    • demolition of buildings, trench digging, land clearing and earth moving
    • residential and non-residential construction or renovation/repair, including of roads, footpaths, bridges, parking lots, fencing, railways, dams, irrigation systems, sewage and storm water drainage systems.

A full list of eligible construction activities is available from the Australia Bureau of Statisticswebsite.


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  • plant and animal cultivation
  • fishing and pearling
  • tree farming and felling
  • mining
  • construction.






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