KNOW YOUR RIGHTS: J-1 Workers

A growing number of employers in North Carolina are using J-1 workers to replace other employees. These workers come to the U.S. on a J-1 visa sponsored by a cultural exchange agency, and are placed with employers for a temporary period. Some of the most common J-1 jobs are au pair, camp counselor, teacher, and intern or trainee in various industries.

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