J1 Visa Exchange Visitor Program Infographics

05 Apr 2017 by Olga Brighton

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According to the US Department of State, over 300,000 people from more than 200 countries visit the United States on a J1 Visa Exchange Visitor Program (EVP) each year. 85% of them are up to 30 years old. There are 13 private and 2 publicly funded programmes encouraging exchange visitors to study, volunteer, research, teach, receive training, do internship or share professional skills for periods from a few weeks to several years. J1 Visa exchange visitors are usually young leaders, students and entrepreneurs or more experienced professionals willing to share and improve their skills, develop their English language knowledge, and get to know a new culture. Below is the list of 8 websites where you can find an opportunity to visit the United States as a J1 visa programme participant.J1 opportunitiesUS Department of State lists 12 exchange opportunities:ProgramsAnd here is the list of documents you'll need to apply for J1 Visa.J1 Visa documents

Don't forget to take the appointment confirmation page and J1 visa fee receipt to the interview. You may also be asked to provide evidence of previously issued U.S. visas if you are no longer in possession of the passport(s) containing the visas.

Make Sure Your J1 Visa Insurance Includes these Essentials

  • Provides cover for the whole duration of your trip
  • Covers your pre-existing medical conditions if you have any
  • Provides medical benefits of at least $100,000 per accident/illness
  • Covers expenses associated medical evacuation to your home country in the amount of $50,000
  • Offers 24/7 medical emergency support

Choose the best opportunity for you, obtain reliable J1 Visa Travel Insurance that meets the programme requirements, and go see the world!

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