Working and studying without border — J1 is your best choice
A J-1 visa is a non-immigrant visa for research scholars, professors and exchange visitors participating in programs that promote cultural exchange. Applying for J-1 is relatively easy and the applicant will be able to work legally in the United States with it.
J1—a prefect alternative to H1B
Although the J-1 visa is commonly known as a visa designed for exchange scholars, it could be assigned for not only academic exchanges but also for training, working, teaching, researching, and a variety of other purposes. For H1B applicants who did not win the lottery, the J1 visa is another way to legally extend their stays in the United States, especially for individuals who are not willing to pay the high tuition fees for CPT schools: they will be able to continue their work with a J-1.
2 year exemption
Spending more tuitions and reapplying for schools is not the only way to extend your legal status in the U.S. after your H1B application is rejected. Choose our team and we can save you with a J-1. Meanwhile, the GoH1B team have rich experience with the 2 year exemption, and we will design your individual plan just for you.