01 BridgeUSA (formerly the J–1 Exchange Visitor Program)
Led by the US Department of State in partnership with the private sector and academia, BridgeUSA (formerly the J–1 Exchange Visitor Program) provides opportunities for the next generation of current and emerging young leaders looking to travel and gain experience in the United States through unmatched cultural and professional exchange programs.
02 Code of Federal Regulations, (22 CFR, Part 62)
The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) refers to the official rules published in the Federal Register by the executive Departments. Program sponsors are required to adhere to all regulations set forth in 22 CFR, Part 62 when selecting prospective exchange visitors and administering their exchange programs.
03 Exchange visitors04 Student and Exchange Visitor Information System
SEVIS is a web-based system that the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) uses to collect and maintain information regarding nonimmigrant (F/M) students and exchange (J) visitors, Department of State (DOS)-designated EVP sponsors, and SEVP-certified schools.
05 Student and Exchange Visitor Program
The Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) is a United States Department of Homeland Security program that manages SEVIS.