Who are we?


The first Mongolian student from Hungary participated in the Summer Work & Travel program in 1998, which opened the opportunity for young Mongolian students to get to know the US culture.

Our participants legally work in the United States for 3 to 4 months and receive health insurance and social security number during the program.

The J-1 visa is a student exchange visa that promotes Culture and education.
J-1 visa allows you to visit and work in the US for up to 4 months during the University summer holidays, and also allows you to visit historical sites in the US for another 30 days grace period or up to 1 month.

Note: Most universities in Mongolia start classes on September 1st, so you need to be return by this time.

Why do you have to choose us?

We are the most experienced organization since it has been operating for many years.
We are an official representative, so the materials we provide are 100% authentic.
We work according to the instructions given by the sponsor organization, which does not copy the work methods and information of others.
Every year, the representatives of the organization come and organize training seminars, as well as provide valuable professional advice for the selection of program participants.
As the number of students participating is limited per year, students who meet our requirements are successful in this program, receiving the best possible service.
We provide the fastest service as we do not deal with multiple organizations at the same time and do not have any middlemanship obligations.
We value quality, not quantity, so we work with each and every student in the program.
Since we are the organization that has been operating for the longest time, many students want to join us every year because students know the quality of our organization's services.



Let's invest our future!

24/7 program support We provide 24-hour program support and advice to every student during their program from the day they arrive in the US . Continue....


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