Apply from Chile for the German Working Holiday visa: We explain how to do it and who can apply

Apply from Chile for the German Working Holiday visa: We explain how to do it and who can apply
Apply from Chile for the German Working Holiday visa: We explain how to do it and who can apply


May 1 2024 – 7:15 p.m.

In February 2014, the governments of Germany and Chile agreed to start the Working Holiday visa program, intended for Chileans between 18 and 30 years old who wish to stay in German territory for one year.

This is an individual visa that allows you to work for a single employer for six months, during which you can study as a tourist, indicates the German Embassy in Santiago.

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How to apply for the Germany Working Holiday visa

The applicant must go to the German embassy in Chile with the completed application form and supporting documents, by appointment and confirmation of scheduling.

You must then pay the 75 euros ($76,937 approximately) corresponding to the processing fee and you will receive a response within a week.

Germany Working Holiday Visa Requirements

Chilean citizens may apply for the visa if they present the following application requirements:

  • Be between 18 and 30 years of age.
  • Not have previously been a beneficiary of the German Working Holiday visa program.
  • Travel without family.
  • Completed visa application form.
  • Biometric photography.
  • Chilean passport with a validity of more than 15 months, counted from the expected date of entry, with two blank pages and two simple photocopies.
  • Documents that prove possession (for 90 days) and access to more than 1,200 euros ($1.23 million approximately), such as: checking account card or demand account/RUT account with the name of the owner.
  • Round trip ticket. If you have a one-way ticket, you must prove that you have an additional 1,000 euros ($1 million approximately).
  • Medical and accident insurance policy that covers more than 30,000 euros ($30.75 million approximately), plus two simple photocopies.
  • Individualized motivation letter in German, one-page length.
  • Curriculum vitae in German.
  • Accommodation reservation or signed invitation.

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