J1 Fraud Reminder

As you prepare for your J1 visa interview, please remember that all documentation presented at your interview must be genuine and accurate. Information, such as your transcript, university letter or any academic document must be duly certified and endorsed by the corresponding institution.

Remember that submitting false or altered documents is fraud and the consequences can be serious.

Some of the consequences include:

  • Denial of the visa or service you are requesting.
  • The revocation of visas already granted.
  • Risk a temporary or permanent illegibility that will prevent you from traveling to the US.

If you are aware of any fraud, please help us and report it to our email, fraude@state.gov. Your report will be confidential.

Thank you for collaborating with us in preserving the integrity of our processes.

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