US Internship Visa
For young people there can really be no better way of gaining valuable work experience than by travelling to America. Not only will this experience be extremely beneficial in later life but broadening your social and cultural horizons by exploring another country can really open your eyes to a whole world of possibilities. Because we have been helping our clients to move to America since 1996, we know all there is to know about US immigration law. It’s this intimate knowledge which means that our clients enjoy a success rate of over 98% and you, too, could be on your way to the USA quicker than you think thanks to Brighter Visas. As a truly comprehensive immigration service, we can help you find the right internship in America for you as well. Simply take our free assessment to begin your American adventure.
Every person who applies to live, work or study in America is required to demonstrate their good health and good character. This means that you will need to obtain, firstly, a medical certificate from a recognised medical practitioner and, secondly, a police report from your country’s police authority. If you need any assistance in obtaining these documents or have any questions about American immigration, we’d love to hear from you. We train our staff specially to provide the world-class customer care which our company is famed for. We understand that immigration is often a stressful process which is why providing this customer care is so vital to our business. When you work with Brighter Visas, you get a fully comprehensive immigration service, making American immigration fast and simple.
Getting valuable work experience whilst travelling the world is so beneficial for young people. Not only does it stand them in great stead with future employers but it shows an independence and willingness to learn about the world around them. Our client, Sarah, had been wondering what to do with her life before she made the move of a lifetime:
“After leaving school I wanted to travel the world and see what was out there. I had become so used to my life back home that I felt I needed a change. Because I hadn’t got much work experience I wasn’t ready to go into the world of work straight away and I wasn’t sure about going to university. I sat and talked with my family about what I could do and my mum suggested becoming an intern in the USA. My family have links to the US, where some distant relatives live, so they were very supportive of the idea. They said it would give me a good grounding and a real sense of independence. It didn’t take us long to find Brighter Visas’ site; we spent hours looking at all the options for American relocation before taking the free assessment. The very next day a consultant called me and we spoke all about my ambitions. I was delighted to be able to travel to America- the whole process was quick and easy. My adviser was so polite, keeping me up-to-date throughout the entire process.”
February 14, 2015