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How It Works?

Exchange International Internship/Career Training USA program is overseen by the U.S. Department of State.  Under the program regulations, employers in our program must:

* Have a Federal Identification Number and a Dun & Bradstreet (DUNS) Number. If you do not have a DUNS number, you may provide a copy of your business license or registration.
* Submit proof of an active Worker’s Compensation Insurance Policy (certificate or information letter)
* Be able to provide full-time, professional level positions for interns and trainees (not to involve more than 20% clerical or basic work
* Be able to provide continuous on-site supervision of interns and trainees
* Sign a Host Employer Agreement form
* Provide structured and guided training, and do not use this program for regular work purposes

If your company has fewer than 25 employees or less than $3 million in revenue, then we’re required by the State Department to perform a site visit prior to approving you for the program. But once you’re accepted into the program, you’ll never need a repeat site visit by our partner sponsor companies.

The steps after you are accepted to the program :

Step 1: Company submits application to Exchange International.
Step 2: Position promoted to global network of candidate.
Step 3: Interviews set up at your suggested time. If the position is offered to the candidate, Training Plan (DS-7002) is signed by you and the candidate.
Step 4: Visa documentation is issued.
Step 5: Interviews are held at the US Embassy.
Step 6: Participants arrive and begin training.

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