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I was called up by a company in U.S. and they offered to train me in a specific technology and then be employed(by them) on a J1 Visa. The training is supposed to be for one month after which I will be on their payrolls. My question is it legal for a client company to use services of a company that employs people on J1? Is the client company only interfacing with the consulting company or is it also supposed to check this detail about visa status of each and every person?
 
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do we have any thing like J1 Visa in US???

How this will differ crom L1 & H1B visas
 
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It's best to go to the source: http://travel.state.gov/visa/temp/types/types_1267.html
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