You meet the criteria for a J-1 exchange visitor visa if you are going to the United States as a student, scholar, trainee, teacher, professor, research assistant, medical graduate or international visitor who is participating in a program of studies, training research or cultural enrichment specifically designed for such individuals by the United States Department of State, through its Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs – J-1 Visa Support
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- I am seeking employment in Canada, am I obligated to retain the immigration services offered through E-JAM?
- Do you provide immigration services for persons seeking employment?
- When do you start recruiting for the overseas programs?
- What overseas programs do you offer?
- What is the age limit for the US Visa Programs?
- What are the requirements for the J1 Visa?
- What will it cost me to go on an overseas program?
- Once I am assigned an overseas job, can I go ahead and make plans to travel?
- Is it definite that I will be granted a Visa, or work permit once I have a confirmed job?
- Do I have to find my own housing?