Apply for a J-1 Visa with the Help of Our Immigration Law Firm in Houston, TX
The J-1 classification (exchange visitors) is authorized for those who intend to participate in an approved program for teaching, instructing or lecturing, studying, observing, conducting research, consulting, demonstrating special skills, receiving training, or receiving graduate medical education or training.
In carrying out the responsibilities of the Exchange Visitor Program, the Department of State designates public and private entities to act as exchange sponsors. J-1 nonimmigrants are therefore sponsored by an exchange program that is designated as such by the U.S. Department of State. These programs are designed to promote the interchange or persons, knowledge, and skills, in the fields of education, arts, and science.
Our Immigration Service Includes:
- Full Review of your personal circumstances
- Confirmation that the Visa type is appropriate for you
- Accurate preparation of your visa application
- Submission of your visa application to the proper government agencies
- Careful co-ordination of all correspondence with government agencies
- Expert advice on how to handle yourself at your Consular or USCIS interview and what to expect
- Unlimited personal communication with your own Toppins Law Firm immigration attorney
For the applicant:
- Participants must possess sufficient proficiency in the English language to participate in their programs.
- Participants must carry a Medical insurance at the minimum benefit levels stated in the program regulations.
- All exchange visitor applicants must have a SEVIS generated DS-2019 issued by a DOS designated sponsor, which they submit when they are applying for their exchange visitor visa.
For the sponsor:
- Program sponsors are required to ensure that all participants have the appropriate medical insurance.
- Sponsors are required to provide their participants with information about the program and related matters before they leave their home countries for the United States.
- Sponsors must also provide their participants with specific program information and any contractual obligations relevant to their program category.
- Sponsors are also required to monitor the progress and welfare of the participants for the duration of their programs.