Apply as an individual participant
Required documents for a US visa
Apply as a host organization
Documents for before and during programs
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 US
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
Fusia connects, grows and serves global young professionals since 2008.
We're a designated sponsor of the US Dept. of State's J-1 (BridgeUSA) internship programs
With a J-1 intern visa/status, eligible foreign nationals are allowed to come to the US to gain exposure to US culture and to receive hands-on experience in US business practices in their chosen occupational field.
Internship programs are for foreign college and university students or recent graduates. To join, you will need a host organization and a J-1 visa (intern category) alongside a designated sponsor.
J-1 internships bridge the gap between formal education and practical work experience. They allow eligible foreign interns to acquire practical experience in their chosen occupational field.