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Rian J1 Exchange Visitor Registration

About the Program
The J-1 Graduate (official name Irish Work and Travel) visa program is a wonderful opportunity to live and work in the U.S. for a year in a placement related to your field of study.  At the Rian Immigrant Center (formerly known as the Irish International Immigrant Center or IIIC), we have helped over 3,000 Irish students and graduates start their careers through our program. Come on the visa program with Rian J-1 and we will support you throughout the entire process, including assisting you as you seek a suitable paid placement in your area of study.

Rian Immigrant Center only sponsors the year long J-1 Irish Work and Travel (Graduate) and J1 Intern Visas (on both of which you must work in your area of study).

We are not able to sponsor Summer J1 visas.
 
If you are enquiring about the shorter Summer J1 (on which you can work outside of your area of study) you should reach out to one of the sponsors of that particular program. In the meantime check out our website for some information which may be of help https://www.rianj1.org/for-summer-j-1/
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Degree Information






Please write your scroll award date as MM/DD/YYYY.

Please write the month and year you expect to complete your degree.



Travel to the US
Please select the approximate month and year that you are hoping to travel to the United States with a J1 Visa.







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We are so grateful to Team Jaboggan in Maine for raising funds for our center! We wish them the best of luck (and to try to stay warm!) this weekend during the U.S National Toboggan Championships!

February is Black History month! Throughout the month we will be sharing events, readings, and learnings on our pages. To start, we're sharing a thought provoking article titled "What Does it Mean to be a Black Immigrant in the United States" from the Immigrant Learning Center. Read ...the article and watch the accompanying videos by clicking on the link in our bio!

February is Black History month! Throughout the month we will be sharing events, readings, and learnings on our pages. To start, we're sharing a thought provoking article titled "What Does it Mean to be a Black Immigrant in the United States" from the Immigrant Learning Center. Read ...the article and watch the accompanying videos here https://loom.ly/20HgEUg

Today Ireland is celebrating the national holiday #BrigidsDay, the FIRST holiday named in honor of a woman and a celebration of all mná (Irish for women). The time had come to write a new story of unity and equity, by celebrating Ireland’s Celtic Goddess and matron Saint Brigid equally to the ...world-famous St. Patrick. Towns and cities across Ireland have illuminated landmarks with beautiful, colorful images of St. Brigid and other inspirational women. Below is a short video from last year’s celebrations to give you a sense of what it looks like. For more info click on the link in our bio!

Today Ireland is celebrating the national holiday #BrigidsDay, the FIRST holiday named in honor of a woman and a celebration of all mná (Irish for women). The time had come to write a new story of unity and equity, by celebrating Ireland’s Celtic Goddess and matron Saint Brigid equally to the ...world-famous St. Patrick. Towns and cities across Ireland have illuminated landmarks with beautiful, colorful images of St. Brigid and other inspirational women. Below is a short video from last year’s celebrations to give you a sense of what it looks like. You can find lots of other info at www.herstory.ie if you are interested. https://loom.ly/9VOmuZ0

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Is Mise Bríd: 2022 Herstory Lightshow

CREDITS Poem and concept by Laura Murphy, Herstory Poet in ResidenceA film by Peter Martin Commissioned by Kildare County Council with Creative...

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Read our Q&A regarding the updates to the Driver's license bill and read a story about Aoife O'Donohue, a Rian J-1 spending the year in NYC in the Winter issue of the Boston Irish on page 7! https://loom.ly/Du5hlh0

Congratulations to our ESOL students and educators for finishing another successful semester! We look forward to continuing ESOL classes during our upcoming Spring Semester.

Congratulations to our ESOL students and educators for finishing another successful semester! We look forward to continuing ESOL classes during our upcoming Spring Semester.

We're seeking an immigration attorney to join our Immigration Legal Services team! Learn more and apply here using the link in our bio.

 

 

We are so grateful to Team Jaboggan in Maine for raising funds for our center! We wish them the best of luck (and to try to stay warm!) this weekend during the U.S National Toboggan Championships!

February is Black History month! Throughout the month we will be sharing events, readings, and learnings on our pages. To start, we're sharing a thought provoking article titled "What Does it Mean to be a Black Immigrant in the United States" from the Immigrant Learning Center. Read ...the article and watch the accompanying videos by clicking on the link in our bio!

February is Black History month! Throughout the month we will be sharing events, readings, and learnings on our pages. To start, we're sharing a thought provoking article titled "What Does it Mean to be a Black Immigrant in the United States" from the Immigrant Learning Center. Read ...the article and watch the accompanying videos here https://loom.ly/20HgEUg

Today Ireland is celebrating the national holiday #BrigidsDay, the FIRST holiday named in honor of a woman and a celebration of all mná (Irish for women). The time had come to write a new story of unity and equity, by celebrating Ireland’s Celtic Goddess and matron Saint Brigid equally to the ...world-famous St. Patrick. Towns and cities across Ireland have illuminated landmarks with beautiful, colorful images of St. Brigid and other inspirational women. Below is a short video from last year’s celebrations to give you a sense of what it looks like. For more info click on the link in our bio!

Today Ireland is celebrating the national holiday #BrigidsDay, the FIRST holiday named in honor of a woman and a celebration of all mná (Irish for women). The time had come to write a new story of unity and equity, by celebrating Ireland’s Celtic Goddess and matron Saint Brigid equally to the ...world-famous St. Patrick. Towns and cities across Ireland have illuminated landmarks with beautiful, colorful images of St. Brigid and other inspirational women. Below is a short video from last year’s celebrations to give you a sense of what it looks like. You can find lots of other info at www.herstory.ie if you are interested. https://loom.ly/9VOmuZ0

Image for shared link
Is Mise Bríd: 2022 Herstory Lightshow

CREDITS Poem and concept by Laura Murphy, Herstory Poet in ResidenceA film by Peter Martin Commissioned by Kildare County Council with Creative...

www.youtube.com

Read our Q&A regarding the updates to the Driver's license bill and read a story about Aoife O'Donohue, a Rian J-1 spending the year in NYC in the Winter issue of the Boston Irish on page 7! https://loom.ly/Du5hlh0

Congratulations to our ESOL students and educators for finishing another successful semester! We look forward to continuing ESOL classes during our upcoming Spring Semester.

Congratulations to our ESOL students and educators for finishing another successful semester! We look forward to continuing ESOL classes during our upcoming Spring Semester.

We're seeking an immigration attorney to join our Immigration Legal Services team! Learn more and apply here using the link in our bio.

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