Work visas to New Zealand for 35 year olds.
One of the best kept secrets in the world of work abroad is the IEP Work Exchange Visa for New Zealand. It has an upper age limit of 35 years old and you can apply even if you’ve had a traditional Working Holiday Visa. If you thought you’d missed the boat – think again, but think quickly.
The final quota of IEP Work Exchange Visas for 2013, (for British and Irish citizens aged between 18 and 35) is available exclusively from BUNAC, the work and volunteer abroad company. However, they are available on a first come first served basis, and the last few visas for this year are expected to be snapped up within the next two weeks. (A new quota of IEP visas will be made available in January 2014.)
The compulsory BUNAC service (Work New Zealand Essentials) includes assistance with visa applications, work and travel advice before you go and comprehensive help & support in New Zealand. The Work New Zealand package costs £324; the IEP visa costs an additional £165 which includes a £30 administration fee. Its not cheap and you may not need all of the services, but for most its a chance that they didn’t think they had and therefore worth every penny!