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A J-1 visa is a non-immigrant visa issued by the United States which allows foreign nationals to enter the U.S. to participate in exchange programs for participating in programs that promote cultural exchange, especially to obtain medical or business training within the U.S and for sharing of knowledge and skills in education, arts and sciences.
All applicants are supposed to meet eligibility criteria and be sponsored either by a private sector or government program. J-1 visitors may remain in the United States until the end of their exchange program. Once a J-1 visitor’s program ends, he or she may remain in the United States for an additional 30 days, often referred to as a “grace period,” in order to prepare for departure from the country.
The minimum and maximum duration of stay are determined by the specific J-1 category under which an exchange visitor is admitted into the United States. As with other non-immigrant visas, a J-1 visa holder and his or her dependents are required to leave the United States at the end of the duration of stay.
J-1 Visa is Suitable For:-
1. International visitors coming for the purpose of travel, observation, research, training, knowledge or skills etc.
2. Foreign medical graduates or physicians to pursue graduate medical education or training at accredited schools of medicine or scientific institutions.
3. Trainees obtaining on-job training with firms, institutes and agencies.
4. Research scholars to teach, conduct research, observe, or consult on research projects.
5. Foreign nationals to pursue business and industrial training programs in the U.S.
6. Professors coming to teach or do research at institute of higher learning.
7. Employees of International Communication agencies.
8. Professional trainees in the medical & allied fields.
9. Research assistants sponsored by the national institute of health.
10. Foreign nationals to serve as counselors in U.S. summer camps.
11. Foreign nationals to obtain further academic qualifications or gain practical experience/training in a specific area of knowledge or expertise.
International visitors coming for the purpose of travel to engage in observation tours, discussions, consultation, professional meetings, and training.