The J Visa international visitor program is designed to help people with programs in their efforts to strengthen interpersonal ties between foreign nations and the USA.
The J visa International visitor category is for people-to-people programs. The programs seek to develop and strengthen professional and personal ties between key foreign nationals and Americans and American institutions.
J Visa International Visitor Requirements:
To become an international visitor on a J visa, the United States Department of State must select you based on your leadership in a specific field or due to specific knowledge. The visa holder must participate in training, research, or demonstrate special skills.
As a J Visa international visitor, the visa holder will have the opportunity to gain a better understanding of United States culture as well as contribute to United States culture and working with other countries.
Program Improves Cultural understanding:
Current or potential foreign leaders participate in professional meetings, observation tours, conferences, discussions, consultations, workshops and travel and seek to better understand U.S. culture and society and contribute to a better knowledge of foreign cultures in the United States.
An international visitor is not permitted to stay in the United States for longer than a year as an international visitor. The J visa will be issued for as long as the program they are enrolled in lasts up to one year. You can look up sponsors here.
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