J-1 Summer Work Travel 2020

The J-1 Summer Work and Travel Visa program is open to 3rd level full time students pursuing degree level. This J-1 Visa provides the opportunity to become directly involved in the daily life of the people of the United States through travel and temporary work for a period up to four months during your summer vacation. Maximum number of times you go on program is three.

Applications for “Self-Placed”, J-1 Summer Work and Travel Visas for 2020 are now closed.

Premium Job Placements in Ocean City are currently available which includes travel insurance. Housing will be provided at a fixed rate.

Ocean City – Premium Job Placement

J-1 Summer Work Travel Program fee with insurance & job placement only €999

Housing organised either by sponsor or employer.

Applicants must be final year students and be able to work until Sept 7th.


Limited Availability!
To avail of the offer, applicants must submit confirmed housing details no later than 4 weeks before their scheduled work start date.

Deposit €100 to book your place

Email info@j1ireland.com for more information.


  • J-1 DS 2019 paperwork
  • Job Vetting
  • Health Insurance.
  • Program Administration
  • Postage


GAA supplementary cover available for €100.

3rd Party Fees not included: USA Embassy Fee ($160), SEVIS ($35)

Non Refundable Deposit €100. 

Job Assistance Only €100. Subject to availability. Read more about job assistance here.

Applications for “Self-Placed”, J-1 Summer Work and Travel Visas for 2020 are now closed.

Why book with J1 Ireland?

  • Book Your Own Flights: Make sure you determine the final cost of your J-1 visa by pricing and booking your own flight!
  • Easy Payment Plan:  Deposit €100 & Second Payment €150 due in 21 days (Both Non Refundable). Final payment only due when your application and job is approved by US sponsor and DS 2019 ready to be issued.
  • No Hidden Costs: We are up-front with our costs.
  • You do not lose your promotional offer discount at the beginning of  February or March if you haven’t found a job by then.