For a long-term destination, the Working Holiday visa is the right choice. It is available to Canadians who give them the opportunity to work abroad and start planning the adventure. With Andorra, Canada now has formal youth mobility agreements with 36 foreign countries and territories. This is the first youth mobility agreement signed by Andorra with a country and will open up new opportunities for future work and travel as soon as conditions allow. Click on any scenario below to view all relevant information about that scenario. Interparliamentary communication plays an important role in relations between countries. The Estonian-Canadian Friendship Group in Riigikogu consists of 10 members. The Canadian Parliament has a North Baltic Friendship Group led by Jamie Schmale. The IEC program is a bilateral exchange program that offers Canadian and international youth the opportunity to work while travelling. The Republic of Lithuania and Canada have a bilateral agreement that allows Canadians between the ages of 18 and 35 to travel and work for up to 12 months. The issuance of a work permit must be accompanied by a stamp duty of 120 litas per year. Before leaving, you must prove that you have 2400 litas in your bank account if you have a job and 4800 litas if you have not agreed in advance. For the Czech Republic, there are working holiday visas for Canadians between the ages of 18 and 35.
They allow you to travel and work there for up to 12 months. Registration fees are updated monthly and current fees can be viewed here. (As of January 2019, it was $152 CAD) You must also prove that you have 2500 CAD in your bank account at the beginning of your stay, as well as an additional 1500 CAD to cover your return flight (4,000 CAD in total). Imagine you`re staying the year in an apartment in Prague, drinking coffee with your hip friends from around the world, watching art museum openings, and dancing until the sun rises. If you dream of living the modern Czech lifestyle, you can get a working holiday visa for the Czech Republic. *Please note that this information may change and may vary, so it is recommended that you continue your research on the destination of your choice.* What an in-depth contribution – great job! As Canadians, we are so fortunate with all the opportunities we have to work and travel abroad, and you have really highlighted that with your contribution. In fact, Australia recently changed its working rules and Canadians now have the option to stay for up to three years! In a virtual ceremony, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Foreign Affairs Robert Oliphant and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Principality of Andorra, Maria Ubach Font, signed a new bilateral youth mobility agreement under a program managed by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. . . .