We briefly discussed the J-1 visa program in our last post. If you recall, the J-1 visa program is also known as the Exchange Visitor Program. It allows people from other countries to come into the United States through specific sponsorship programs for educational purposes. That post might have some of our Arizona readers wanting to know more information about the program and how it works. Understanding these answers is a good starting point, but anyone considering participating in a J-1 visa program should learn how his or her situation can be affected by the criteria and guidelines.
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Coming to the United States in pursuit of educational advancements means getting a J-1 visa through the College and University Student Program. There are several considerations of this program that anyone considering using it should be aware of to ensure that they can meet the requirements are willing to meet them. Our readers in Arizona might find these points interesting.