If you are married and/or have children, you can apply for a J2 visa for your family to accompany you. Find more information in our FAQ section.
The J1 Internship visa is for students who are enrolled full-time in a university or college outside of the U.S. or for recent graduates who have received their degree within 12 months prior to the start of the internship. The J1 Internship Visa is issued for a maximum of 12 months. The internship must be directly related to the field of studies.
To be eligible for a J1 internship visa you need to:
The J1 training visa is for young professionals who possess a degree or certificate from a university or college outside of the U.S. and 1 year of related professional experience; alternatively, trainees have 5 years of related professional experience. The training must be in a field which relates to the degree and professional experience.
To be eligible for a J1 training visa you need to:
The J1 Summer Work Travel Visa is for full-time and post-secondary university students (exception: participants in the Camp Counselor program) from outside of the USA who want to pursue temporary work and travel opportunities during their semester break from university. The goal is to get to know American culture and experience every day life in the USA. The duration of the work and travel program is limited to 1-4 months.
We do regret that this program is only directed at university or college students. If that does not apply to you, we may still support your goal to go abroad with our work & travel programs in Canada, Australia and New Zealand or our Camp Counselor program in the USA. Please contact us for more information.
To be eligible for the J1 summer work travel visa you need to:
|Work & Travel USA Visum||1-4 months||840 €|
|Camp Counselor Self Placement||2 months||620 €|
The following items are included in your program fee:
The following items are not included in the J1 visa service:
Additional costs that may occur:
Please refer to our FAQs for more info on these costs.