No, there is no guarantee that you will be granted a J-1 Visa at the US Embassy. We ensure that each participant has the necessary documents for their visa interview and assist in appealing any visa denial decisions. The Embassy [...]
If you do not already have a social security number, you will need to apply for one five days after your official program start date. We will provide you with information to apply.
Yes, your sponsor organization will provide basic health insurance for the duration of your program and will pay for the insurance from your program fees. You will receive information on your insurance upon receiving your DS-2019 form from your sponsor [...]
Interns and Trainees are expected to arrive in the USA within 6 to 8 weeks from the time of receiving Letter of Offer and Training Plan provided by the host employer.
The DS-2019 Form is the document that allows you to apply for the J-1 Visa as an Intern or Trainee in the USA. The DS-2019 form is also called “Certificate of Eligibility”. It is issued to you by a US [...]
In order to move forward and start marketing your application to our hotels we need you to upload the following: HPUSA video introduction (must be a YouTube link) – Instructions provided below on the online portal (ensure your video is [...]
Like everyone else who works in the U.S., you too have to pay your taxes BUT you don’t have to pay all of them. When you arrive at your training your host company will ask you to complete two important [...]
Yes, you are responsible for organizing and paying for your travel to the USA.
We highly recommend you stay in the United States for the duration of your training program. If you do need to travel outside the US during your program, you MUST be granted prior written approval from your host employer and [...]
The J-2 visa is intended for non-immigrant spouses or children of a J-1 exchange visitor who accompany or later join their spouse or parent in the United States. For additional questions and J-2 Visa information CLICK HERE