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Work in USA

J1 visa allows to work up to 4 months and after that you can travel for 30 days. Work permits can only be administered by designated Visa Sponsors that have visa agents in Europe just as StudentTour. So, to get the J-1 visa you must turn to a visa agent.

 

What are the typical J-1 jobs
J-1 jobs are easy and short-term that don’t require any special education. And also you don’t need to go through a long recruitment process. It’s possible to work anywhere in the U.S. as long as the job you find is approved by Visa Sponsor. You might find a job on your own or (independent or walk in program) or you can use one of the sponsor hiring services (premium program).
Waitress or waiter, shop assistant, flyer promoters, lifeguards, amusement or national park workers are the typical jobs that a j-1 visa holder can have during the summer. You can not work as an au pair ir in a household, also it is not allowed to work as sa camp counsellor, on a ship or in a medical field. For those kind of jobs there are different visas.
Some students use the summer job to save money for the winter but lots of others use the program to travel, enjoy their youth and have as much fun as possible. When participating in the program you are covered with medical insurance and you have Visa Sponsor 24h support during your program.
How can I find a summerjob
There are three options to find a job: premium, independent and walk in programs. All of them are different, but equally good. It only depends how much time and effort you are willing to put into the program. Every program is explained more thoroughly under each section.

What are the typical J-1 jobs

J-1 jobs are easy short-term jobs that don’t require any special education. And also you don’t need to go through a long recruitment process. It’s possible to work anywhere in the U.S. as long as the job you find is approved by Visa Sponsor. You might find a job on your own or (independent or walk in program) or you can use one of the sponsor hiring services (premium program).

Waitress or waiter, shop assistant, flyer promoter, lifeguard, amusement or national park workers are the typical jobs that a j-1 visa holder can have during the summer. You can not work as an au pair, in a household, camp counselor, as a ship crew member or in a medical field. For those kind of jobs there are different visas.

Some students use the summer job to save money for the winter but lots of others use the program to travel, enjoy their youth and have as much fun as possible.

 

When participating in the program you are covered with medical insurance and you have Visa Sponsor 24h support during your program.

How can I find a summer job?

There are three options to find a job: premium, independent and walk in programs. All of them are different, but equally good. It only depends how much time and effort you are willing to put into the program. Every program is explained more thoroughly under each section.