New York, NY (PRWEB) September 14, 2010
InterExchange, Inc., one of the leading organizations delivering cultural exchange programs around the world, has announced a favorable resolution for its Russian participants in Austin, Texas.
“InterExchange has facilitated successful cultural exchange experiences for more than 40 years through our J-1 Visa programs including Work & Travel USA. That level of experience made it possible for us to successfully resolve the issues that were brought to our attention in this case as well.” said Christine La Monica-Lunn, InterExchange’s CEO and Executive Director.
Casey Slamin, the director of the InterExchange Work & Travel USA program, adds, “Pre-arrival orientations for all participants are a vital part of our program that provide information on the numerous channels available to resolve any unexpected problems. Our 24-hour hotline is a resource for any of our participants or clients who need help. We’re happy to say that we were able to address the concerns of our participants who were displaced as well as help them arrange the desired travel back to Russia.”
InterExchange continues to support existing Austin-based clients as well as participants from around the world who seek short-term work experience in U.S. companies.
InterExchange, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting cross-cultural understanding and delivering exceptional cultural exchange experiences through a variety of work exchange programs and is a designated U.S. Department of State J-1 Visa sponsor. For more than 40 years, InterExchange has been providing cultural exchange opportunities to students, professionals, families, and employers from all over the world. Visit us at: http://www.interexchange.org