Table of Contents
- US Immigration Attorney - J-1 Visa Advice
- J-1 Visa - Overview
- J-1 Visa - Program Categories
- J-1 Visa Eligibility Criteria
- J-1 Application Process
- J-2 Dependent Visa
US Immigration Attorney - J-1 Visa Advice
Our United States Immigration Lawyers are experienced, ethical, and registered with AILA (American Immigration Lawyers Association), and they can assist clients in our offices in Brisbane, Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, London, UK and Lisbon, Portugal! Our US Attorney's can advise clients worldwide, with a fast and efficient Consultation by telephone or skype where they advise you about:
- Visa eligibility
- Information about the visa process
- Assistance with a re-application after a US Visa Denial
- Assistance in applying to a Designated Sponsor for the J-1 Exchange Visitor Program
- Assistance in applying for a English language test and Health Insurance
- Supporting documents showing evidence of Work experience and Qualifications certificates
- Checklist of documents required and format
- Assistance in completion of USCIS Application forms or petitions
- US Consulate Interview preparation covering common questions and answers
- Visa Processing time guidance
- Exchange Visitor Program fees, USCIS fees and Attorney fees for complete visa application assistance
Contact VisaConnect's US Immigration Attorney's, in 2023 for advice and assistance with your J-1 Exchange Visitor Program Visa application!
J-1 Visa - Overview
The J-1 Exchange Visitor Program is intended for participants to visit America and connect broadly with Americans, share their culture, improve their English language abilities, and learn new skills or develop skills that will help them in their future careers. The US State Department has designated more than 1,500 for profit, non-profit, or federal, state and local government entities to conduct private exchange programs. Participants on private sector programs may teach, study, do research, share their specialized skills or receive on-the-job training.
More than 300,000 participants from 200 countries and territories travel to the United States on J-1 visas, each year. In terms of Age and Gender, 86% of participants are 30 years of age or younger, and 55% are women or girls.