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Yaroslav Bomann

J1 specialist after J1 camp counselor

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Hello everyone! 
I have just come back from the United Stated after finishing the summer camp counselor program (J1). I also was offered the program by the same sponsor which requires J1 Specialist visa which starts in 1 month.
 

  • I have graduated two months ago (not currently enrolled at the university)
  • Officially unemployed 
  • Did not violate the staying in the US, nor broke any law

 

I do not have any intentions of staying in the US. I just need this working experience for my future master's degree. 

Could you please tell me what are my chances of getting specialist visa approved? 

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