- Overseas Visitors Cover
- Overseas Visitors Cover, is it for me?
- Benefits of having Overseas Visitors Cover
- Choosing the right Cover
- Australian Health System
- Reciprocal Health Care Agreements (RHCA)
- Visa Requirements
- 457 Work Visa
- 417 Working Holiday Visa
- Overseas Student Health Cover
- Retirement/Investor Retirement Visa
- 411 Exchange Visa
- 416 Special Program Visa
- 419 Visiting Academic Visa
- 420 Entertainment Visa
- 442 Occupational Trainee Visa
- Bridging Visa
- Permanent Residency
- Policy Details
Overseas Visitor 411 Exchange Visa
Australia is an exciting place to work. There are several different industries and interesting multinational companies that offer career development and growth.
The exchange visa provides a one of a kind opportunity. It allows you to broaden your work experience and expand global relations — all while you’re in a beautiful country experiencing Australian culture.
While having private health insurance is mandatory condition of a subclass 411 visa, it’s not a wasted purchase or a waste of money.
Private health insurance delivers real benefits. It will give you greater control over your health care so you’ll feel more confident and be able to enjoy the experience of your new job.
When you apply for a subclass 411 visa, you must provide evidence of adequate health insurance cover for the entire period you intend to stay in Australia. Your visa will not be approved if you are unable to provide this documentary evidence.
As a 411 visa applicant, in most cases it is preferred that you buy your health insurance policy from an Australian medical insurance provider. You should also ensure your policy is at least the level of coverage required for your purpose of stay. At iSelect we can help you meet the conditions of your visa — that’s the easy bit.
The iSelect website can also match you with a policy that takes into account your personal requirements and specific needs. Let us guide you through the process of comparing different policies and buying online in 4 easy steps.
If your home country has a Reciprocal Health Care Agreement (RHCA) with Australia, you may have access to Australia’s public health system.
To confirm your eligibility and for more information visit: