H-1B Service Fee for Filipino Applicants






Teach-USA Facilitation Total Fee: $3000
$200 Entry Fee
$2800 Payable within 6 months in the US
$3000 Total


The H-1B Process Fees are Optional:
$500 to initiate the H1B process
$2000 to initiate the out-of-country process


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 - c/o School District
  5. US Embassy Application
  6. POEA Application Process (included in Optional Service)
  7. Flight Fees
  8. Relocation fees (Optional Service)
  9. 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: $800


Regular Rate:



Teach-USA Facilitation Total Fee: $4000
$200 Entry Fee
$3800 Payable within 6 months in the US
$4000 Total


The H-1B Process Fees are Optional:
$500 to initiate the H1B process
$2000 to initiate the out-of-country process








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.

19 comments:

  1. How about if you’re already in the US and under J1 visa and want to apply H1B visa? Thank you ma’am

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    1. Do you have a waiver? Please send an email to apply@teach-usa.net.

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  2. Hi ma’am! I am already in the US under j1 visa. I would like to apply for a job with H1b visa. However, I am under 212e rule. What should I do? Thanks

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    1. This may help you: https://www.pinoyteacherstories.com/2021/12/i-want-to-reside-permanently-in-us-via.html

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    2. or serve your two years-home requirement and contact me about 3 months before the end of your 2nd year in the Philippines. God bless!

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    3. Hi ma'am i want to join the H1B Visa. What's the first step im going to do? Thank you

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    4. Join us? : https://www.teach-usa.net/the-h-1b-possibility-program

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  3. The Plan 4,000 and Plan 3,000 do not add up with the breakdown. Am I missing something here? Could you explain further. Thanks!

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    1. Teach-USA Facilitation Total Fee: $3000
      $200 Entry Fee
      $2800 Payable within 6 months in the US
      $3000 Total


      The H-1B Process Fees are Optional:
      $500 to initiate the H1B process
      $2000 to initiate the out-of-country process

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  4. I have been working for almost 20 years as a teacher in Filipino schools in UAE. I have a valid PRC license from the Philippines and a transitory teaching license here in UAE. I want to teach in the US and eventually bring my children there with me. What would be the best option for me? Thanks in advance for the reply.

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    1. Please check the J1 visa requirements here: https://www.teach-usa.net/initial-requirements. If you don't qualify, then read this to help you decide -
      https://www.pinoyteacherstories.com/2022/01/which-is-better-h1b-or-j1-visa.html

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  5. Noted with thanks. Thank you Teach USA!

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  6. I wish to teach in the USA with H1B visa, is it possible also to bring my family with me?

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  7. I have been a Spanish teacher for thirteen years and I consider that the H1B is the best option for me, because I want to stay in the United States as much as my professional experience and abilities allow me and also I would like to try to apply for the green card based on my experience

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  8. I am interested to apply for H1B teaching jobs. However, I am currently a J1 holder and am on my 2nd year. What should I do?

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    1. this may help - https://www.pinoyteacherstories.com/2022/01/how-your-options-to-j1-visa-program.html

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  9. Please how long does it take to get the H1B?

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