Got an American dream? There are limited J1 Visa places left!


Heading Stateside for a J1 is a right of passage for young Irish students, so if you have been holding onto hope of doing one, now is your chance.

There are still a number of the coveted Visas left for this summer for the on the J-1 Summer Work and Travel (SWP) programme.

The catch is, applications must be submitted by the end of this month, so you better get cracking. 

Last February, the Embassy announced that Ireland had been allocated an additional 2,600 J1 Visa slots for this year. 

'The U.S. Embassy in Dublin is fully committed to the success of the J-1 programmes in Ireland,' reads a statement from the embassy.

'In addition to the popular Summer Work and Travel program, Irish students can participate in the Camp Counsellor, Au Pair, and Intern programmes.'

'The Embassy is working with Irish government representatives as well as U.S. and Irish program implementers to ensure Irish students continue to benefit from the J-1 program.'

There are a number of rules in place for J1 hopefuls, including having proof of employment before heading to the US. 

Feature Image: Kinder Travel Guide

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