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Designed for recent graduates

International experience will boost any career prospects - and in the competitive job market an internship in the US will help you stand out from the crowd and get noticed.
A Graduate Internship USA Programme will give you the experience you need to succeed.

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If you want to go to the USA it will save you (and us) lots of time if you read as much as you can below about the Programme before you apply, so you have an understanding of the entire process.

Get started on your application

Try to get your application in as early as possible!

Once you have successfully submitted your application for a J1 Visa Programme the process of gaining the legal sponsorship begins.

There are various stages to this - each is extremely important. Please note that at all times we must adhere to US government regulations governing the programme.

Please make sure you read all the information on this page to avoid delays and confusion during the application process.

Programme Fees

Remember - the fees cover the time you are actually IN the USA- not just the time you spend at your Internship.
You are allowed to apply to arrive in the USA up to 30 days before your official internship start date and apply to remain in the US for up to 30 days after your internship finishes but you will need to apply for this on the application and pay for the additional time in the USA

For example, if you are have a 12 month internship, but plan to fly out the week before AND stay the max 30 days after, this will mean a 14 month programme.

*Please note all programme fees are in UK Sterling (Pounds).
**Legal documents requiring Shipping outside the UK or Ireland will be charged accordingly. You will be able to choose between UK Royal Mail international Delivery (where available for your country) or UPS International Courier.

US Embassy Interviews

Booking and attending your visa interview

*Please note this information relates to interviews booked at either the US Embassy in London, the US Consulate General in Belfast or the US Embassy in Dublin. If you are planning on attending an interview in a different country please refer to the local instructions for your location embassy. You can see a full list of websites of U.S. Embassies, Consulates, and Diplomatic Missions at https://www.usembassy.gov/ . Information on this page regarding the DS-160 and booking systems however are similar across countries - as is the list of documents required for interview.

Where to find your SEVIS ID?
Once approved, your SEVIS ID is listed as your DS2019 Number on the top left of your online account.

It will also be show on the top right of your DS2019 Certificate and starts with an N00
About Us

IST Plus was formed in 2003. Since then we have worked with thousands of students and young people from all over the world to help and guide them on their international journeys.
We work with partners across the globe to provide the best service possible.

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