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Summer Camp in J-1 Visa in usa

Old Jan 13th 2002, 4:57 pm
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I am high school student and i have been accepted for summer camp which only lasts for a week.for which visa should i apply will J-1 visa or tourist or business will be suitable...
its urgent hope to hear from you as soon as possible
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Old Jan 13th 2002, 11:02 pm
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Tourist visa would be best, if you're a citizen from countries that don't require
visa to visit the US, like England, France... then you don't need a visa. But yes,
tourist if otherwize, never business or J1!!!!

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Old Jan 14th 2002, 8:37 am
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Sponsors of summer camps generally have an approved J-1 visa program. They should be
able to send you an IAP-66 which you you could submit at the U.S. Consulate along
with DS-156 and get your J-1 visa.

I am assuming that you are getting paid during your summer camp. If you are coming
under a Visitor visa, you cannot work or study.

You may qualify for Visa Waiver Program which does not require any visa to enter
United States. Consistent with Visitor visa, you cannot work or study under Visa
Waiver Program. You could only stay 90 days or less.

I recommend you contact the summer camp and see if they could send you an IAP-66.

Paul @ Immigration HelpDesk
 

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