F1 vs J1 visa
What's the difference?
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The F-1 is the most common visa status used by students in the U.S. and best fits a student’s situation.
The J-1 visa status is generally used for students in specific educational exchange programs. To be eligible for a J-1, students must receive more than 50% of their funding from an institutional or government sponsor in the form of a scholarship, fellowship, assistantship, stipend, tuition waiver, or other direct support provided specifically for the educational program.
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