Do you know what a sponsor is? How much doing a J-1 Visa program might cost you? Or how to bring your family with you? Use our resources to avoid costly mistakes.
The J-1 visa at its core is a cultural exchange program. It was created through the Fullbright-Hayes Act to foster the exchange of ideas and culture between the US and other countries. There are three broad types of J-1 visa that cover the private sector, government and academia.
Don’t let companies fool you into buying their expensive visa assistant services by claiming that getting a J-1 visa is too hard for the average person.
With a little bit of information and effort on your part, you can save yourself hundreds or even thousands of dollars.
Don’t waste your time filling out applications more than once, or getting rejected because of simple errors.
Getting additional training in your field in the US is a great way to boost your CV. But what is the cost of such a rewarding experience?
At Internship Saver we want to make sure you have as few surprises as possible, so you’re able to budget accordingly.
Are unpaid internships allowed? What do you do if you think you’re being taken advantage of?
There are some exceptions to the 12 month Intern and 18 month Trainee limits. These exceptions are based off of the occupational category your program will be in.
It is not always easy being away from home for one or two months or even as much as 18. It can be harder still if you are away from your family for part or all of that time. Bringing your family with you is a possibility.
No one likes to deal with insurance. Find out how to minimize your time dealing with insurance companies.
The word “Sponsor” can mean many things depending on the context. For the J-1 Trainee and Intern programs it has a very specific meaning that can sometimes cause confusion when not used correctly.