J1 Service Plan Fee for Filipino Applicants






About the Wise-UP Program - https://www.teach-usa.net/wise-up-collaboration-program


To initiate the visa process - means you already have a job offer or recommendation for hire


After the US Embassy process - means you already have a US visa approval 


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Facilitation Services include:


- Access to Teach-USA Proprietary Database

- Sponsorship Process

- US Embassy Application Process Support

- Facilitation and Online Support


The Teach-USA Facilitation Fee (J1 Visa Plan Fee in entirety) is one-time. 

The following fees are separate/optional: 
  1. FCE - Foreign Credential Evaluation Fee (You may use what you currently have/Optional Service - Please email apply@teach-usa.net subject: US License Inquiry)
  2. US Teaching License Fee - (Optional Service - Please email apply@teach-usa.net subject: US License Inquiry)
  3. Background Check - FBI background check fee (in the US)
  4. Sponsorship Fees -The fees might range from $1500-$3000 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. (Applicants pay directly to the sponsor).
  5. US Embassy Application - See Embassy site for the rate 
  6. CFO sticker/process - See CFO site for the rate 
  7. Flight fees - (depends)
  8. Relocation fees  -(Optional Service)
  9. J2 Visa fees - (Option, pay directly to the sponsor)



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

Pre-termination/Cancellation Fee: Full Amount


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 






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.


49 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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  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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    1. Hi, Mam Gem, I am 51, secondary school teacher major in social studies and I am dreaming to be one of those you posted.

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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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  8. I am have been teaching 9 years as public school teacher in the Phils.I am interested to apply..May i know how to apply?

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    1. please read to learn more: https://www.pinoyteacherstories.com/2022/01/which-is-better-h1b-or-j1-visa.html, or join our Teach-USA FB page

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  9. Good day mam gemma. I wish to apply for a high school math teacher in USA. I graduated Professional Education major in secondary Math. I am currently teaching Math at Bulua National High School for 9 years.

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    1. yes, please email apply@teach-usa.net

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    2. Have a blessed day Ma'am Gemma. I already sent my resume to apply@teach-usa.net and include my intention for my application. I'm so glad that I was given an opportunity to reach you through this platform. God bless you more.

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  10. Hello! I'm an elementary public school teacher with more than 20 years of teaching experience. I'm interested to apply. I'd like to ask if there is a job opportunity for ESL teacher or any teaching assistant. My daughter doesn't have an education degree but has more than 6 yrs of ESL teaching, with TESOL certification. Many thanks.

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  11. Good day. I am teaching for 25 years, and Im already 51,willing to teach in the US. Any recommendations for me. Thank you.

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  12. Hello Maam Gemma. I really wnated to apply. How do i start the process? What is step 1? Thank you. God bless our endeavor.

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  13. Hello! Maam Gemma I am Political Science graduate and a Teacher Certificate Curriculum graduate as well. I have passed the LET exam major in Social Studies and have been teaching for 7years in high school. Am I eligible to apply?

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  14. Hello maam Gemma! I am 54 years old, currently teaching in Elementary Public School for 18years now. A graduate of MA in Education Major in Educational Administration and has Completed Academic Requirements in PhD in Education major in Educational Administration. My first course was Accounting. Then, I proceeded to Professional Education Certificate and luckily passed the Licensure Examination for Teachers. From teacher I, I was promoted to Teacher III and now promoted to Master Teaching I. Am I educationally qualified to teach in USA? Your reply is highly appreciated. Thanks much and Godbless you!

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  15. I am teaching for 17 years here in the Phil.and I am very much willing to teach in US.how?

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    1. please send your resume to apply@teach-usa.net

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    2. Hello Ms Maria, i am interested to teach in USA, 23 years as a Classroom teacher in the Department od Education. Am i qualified?

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    3. yes pls send your resume to apply@teach-usa.net

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    4. Hello Ms Maria, can i have a chance to teach in US if I am not currently teaching but have an experience of 13 years.

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    5. pls see: not currently teaching eligibility -
      https://www.pinoyteacherstories.com/2022/06/not-currently-teaching-eligibility.html

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  16. hello Ma'am gemma, can you help me with the process to reach my US dream and become permanent? But, I don't know how to start but I am much willing to learn through your guidance.

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    1. please email your resume to apply@teach-usa.net, thanks!

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  17. Hi.im a public teacher here in the Philippines.
    Can you help me how to reach US and experience the nature & culture of it.
    Also, to work on it for my ultimate goal to have a dream house/car/savings and also to explore outside the country through develop myself professionally and personally.

    Thanks & God bless

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  18. I am interested to teach in the US and I'm willing to take the steps whatever it takes. Let me use the the quote of Arthur Ashe: "Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can."

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  19. The processing fee is quite fair and I am looking forward to part of this growing team of Filipino teachers working in the US. See you soon USA.

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  20. Hello...I am a public elementary school teacher and holding the position of a Master Teacher II. I am presently handling Learners with Special Educational Needs. I am into SPED for almost 14 years now...I am also a MA Graduate major in Teaching SPED... How can I apply for a J1 Visa?

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  21. Hello miss Gemma, I am willing to apply for J1 Visa but I can't send my resume to the email you provided. May you help me please?

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