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State Department instructs on B-1 in lieu of J-1 for government-funded travel

Austin T. Fragomen, Jr., Steven C. BellImmigration Business News and Comment (Approx. 2 pages)

State Department instructs on B-1 in lieu of J-1 for government-funded travel

Austin T. Fragomen, Jr., Steven C. BellImmigration Business News and Comment (Approx. 2 pages)

Immigration Business News and Comment
*1 April 1, 2004
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State Department instructs on B-1 in lieu of J-1 for government-funded travel
Austin T. Fragomen, Jr. Steven C. Bell
Copyright (c) 2004 West Group; Austin T. Fragomen, Jr. and Steven C. Bell
The State Department has recently issued guidance reminding posts abroad that the fact that travel is being funded in whole or in part by a U.S. Government agency does not itself require that the traveler be issued a J-1 exchange visitor visa. See...
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