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How can an exchange visa get extended?

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2008-05-23 21:10:37
2008-05-23 21:10:37

I assume that the exchange visa here is the J1 visa for the foreign exchange visitors. To acquire an extension beyond the limited years of stay of your J1 exchange visitor program, you will need to contact the responsible officer/alternate responsible officer at your institution concerning an extension. Usually, it will reauire certain reason, such as the requirement of your current program or project and fill forms for the extension, and may also require your current copy of form DS-2019 or IAP-66.

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