Legal Advice for J-1 Visa — 7 results
Written by attorney Mark Alan Ivener, about 4 years ago.
The Department of State, rather than the Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS), administers the J-1 visa program. In order to obtain a J-1 visa for an employee, a company must either... more
Written by attorney Sung Hee Yu, over 4 years ago.
J-1 Visa Waiver - No Objection Statement: Guide and Overview
A J-1 visa is a non-immigrant visa issued by the U.S. government to exchange visitors participating in programs that... more
Written by attorney Hendrik Pretorius, over 6 years ago.
What is a J visa? A J visa is a visa referred to as an Exchange Visitor Visa. This visa is intended for those with non-immigrant intent who wish to enter to participate in Trainee or... more
Written by Avvo Staff, 7 months ago.
F-1, J-1, and M-1 visas are all used primarily for educational purposes. Students on these visas come to the US to obtain educational experience, for certain types of work experience, or to... more
Written by attorney Enrica Manduco, over 3 years ago.
The J-1 Visa Program is not created to permit US companies to fill the position of a regular employee. The purpose is to provide J-1 applicants with opportunities for professional... more
Written by attorney Kaushik Ranchod, almost 4 years ago.
Mistake #4 Failing to accurately complete the J-1 Waiver application or the H-1B applicationIf the Department of State or State Health Departments applications are not submitted with all... more
Written by attorney Kaushik Ranchod, about 4 years ago.
It is common for most of our clients to participate in a U.S. residency program in J-1 or H-1B status. Doctors who entered the U.S. in J-1 status on the clinical training category are... more