Promoting cultural exchange between the US and other countries
Prospective exchange visitors will apply for a J-1 visa at a US embassy or consulate
US government agencies that exchange visitors may interact with
Useful information when living and interning in the USHot
Necessary information to help participants prepare for their trip to the US
Tips and advice that will help participants adapt to a new work environment
Accomodation, transportation, weather, and culture.
Social Security Card, US tax forms, filing, and more.
Workers’ Compensation by state, State W-4 forms, and more.
Subpart A 62.10-62.17 Administration
Subpart B 62.20-62.32 Programs
Subpart C 62.40-62.45 Adjustments
Appendix E Unskilled Occupations
Subparts D-F 62.50/60/70~ Sponsors
We're a designated sponsor of the US Dept. of State's J-1 (BridgeUSA) internship programs.
CCIP (BridgeUSA / J-1 visa sponsorship) by FUSIA > Section 18
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CCIP (BridgeUSA / J-1 visa sponsorship) by FUSIA > Section
Step 1 of 4: To become a J-1 intern, register an account and complete the Participant Application panel while the prospective host completes the Host Application panel.
CCIP (BridgeUSA / J-1 visa sponsorship) by FUSIA > Section 15
Step 1 of 2: To host J-1 interns, assign a MPS to register an account and complete the Host Application panel. If the host has more than one MPS, each requires a separate account.