J1 Service Plan Fee for Filipino Applicants




*Promotional Rate for Filipino Applicants for SY 23-24.



Facilitation Services include:


- Entry to Teach-USA Wise-Up Programs 

- Access to Teach-USA Proprietary Database

- Sponsorship Process

- US Embassy Application Process Support

- Facilitation and Online Support


The following fees are separate: 
  1. FCE - Foreign Credential Evaluation Fee (You may use what you currently have/Optional Service)
  2. License - License fee (Optional Service)
  3. Background Check - FBI background check fee (Optional Service)
  4. Sponsorship Fees -The fees might range from $500-$2500 for the first year with annual renewals (or varies) until the end of the program. Sponsors also charge for insurance coverage. Some sponsors do not offer payment plans. 
  5. Applicants pay directly to the sponsor.
  6. US Embassy Application
  7. CFO sticker/process
  8. Flight fees
  9. Relocation fees (Optional Service)
  10. J2 Visa fees (Option)

The Service Fee is one-time. 


And again, does not include other optional services like:


  1. Airport Pick Up and Transport to Location
  2. Housing Arrangements
  3. Aid in Social Security Card application
  4. Bank Account applications
  5. Transportation or Carpool resources

Pre-termination/Cancellation Fee: Full Amount


Note: Teach-USA services include Do-It-Yourself guidance and information for all Optional Services.

Please refer to the Questions & Answers page to know more: https://www.teach-usa.net/questions-answers

Please refer to this post for details about the service: fee: https://www.pinoyteacherstories.com/2020/02/recruitment-fees.html 



Regular Rate: 








Note:

The services of Teach-USA do not guarantee a US job offer or a US visa stamp on your passport. All fees are non-refundable. Fees are subject to change without prior notice.



16 comments:

  1. hi, may I know what are the possibilities that I would fail my J1 visa application, ma'am?

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    1. Hi, Given a choice to think about anything, I think it's best to train our minds to think about being successful and not start with thoughts about failure. Unless, you really want to go there, you will. In my book, you already failed. Sorry.

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    2. Ms Maria, I'm sorry but I think he/she is just asking about the possibility if you have any idea, just like how a mathematician thinks about probability. He/she may have other options to consider.

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    3. The probability is high or low depending on the teacher's mindset, and God willing.

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  2. Good morning. I'm 57 but still excited to grab this opportunity. Can I be given the chance?

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  3. Hello Miss Gemma,I'm done with the online application and I'm patiently waiting for the email coming from you.Thank you.

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    1. be sure to send your email to apply@teach-usa.net

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  4. Hi! I am 54 years old kindergarten teacher with 31 years of service in the Department of Education. I am very much willing to apply.

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  5. Hi. My mom is already 58 and have 35 years in teaching elementary and would like to try to apply in US. Is she's still eligible to apply?

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    1. yes, please start here - https://www.pinoyteacherstories.com/2022/01/which-is-better-h1b-or-j1-visa.html

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  6. Hi im Estrella P. Oquias teaching public school for 6 years before I get promoted as School Head. Now im already 3years as public elem school head. Im willing to apply here. How po? Thank u

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    1. this may help po - https://www.pinoyteacherstories.com/2022/06/not-currently-teaching-eligibility.html

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  7. I am a Kindergarten for 8 years in public school, how will i apply?

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    1. please see https://www.pinoyteacherstories.com/2022/01/which-is-better-h1b-or-j1-visa.html

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