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Manage your U.S. job search and visa application in one place with USponsorMe+
Is payment secured?
It is! We NEVER store your credit card information.
We use Stripe as our payment platform: a secure system that is also used by other online platforms such as Amazon, Uber, Google, etc.
When you enter your credit card information, it is sent encrypted directly in Stripe. You can check yourself in your navigation bar: it's completely safe!
How will you bill me?
Eligibility Check is a one time payment, USponsorMe+ is a subscription (a recurring payment). As soon as you pay for one of our service, you'll be charged immediately.
For USponsorMe+, you will be billed depending on the plan you choose above. You have the choice to be billed monthly, quarterly or yearly. Your subscription will then automatically be renewed at the end of your billing cycle (1, 3 or 12 months).
You will be notified by email 7 days before your billing date and each time you will be charged.
Can I change or cancel my plan later on?
Yes, you can cancel your plan anytime from "Setting" by clicking on the "cancel" button in the subscription section.
After canceling your subscription, you will see in the subscription section of your profile mentioned like this: "The subscription will be canceled on [billing date]". And you will not be charged anymore.
When you cancel, you will lose your premium features at the end of your billing cycle.
What is your success rate of people who found a job in the US with your platform?
As far as we are not part of the recruitment process, that is a number we cannot accurately track. For candidates we personally supported during the whole job search process, we have a 75% success rate. Our USponsorMe+ members usually get the ideal job offer with visa sponsorship within 3 to 6 months.
If you are not satisfied with our service, you have a 14-day money back guarantee, 0 question asked.
Will you find a job for me?
No, but you can definitely succeed in your job search with USponsorMe+ as we guide you all the way long to get your job offer and visa sponsorship through our platform.
How long does it take to find a job and get a visa for the US?
Our USponsorMe+ members usually get the ideal job offer with visa sponsorship within 3 to 6 months.
If you are unsure, we recommend you to first order an eligibility check, we will better respond to this question depending on your profile.
What's your refund policy?
You have a 14-day money back guarantee on all of USponsorMe+ plans, 0 question asked. We will 100% refund you minus $25 if the Eligibility Check has been done at the time the refund has been asked. There is no refund on the Eligibility Check service after it has been done.
For USponsorMe+, we will remind your billing date by email 7 days before: if you do not wish to renew your subscription, you can cancel it before you are charged.
Do I really need a visa to work in the US?
You certainly do, except if:
- you are an American citizen;
- you hold a green card;
- you own an EAD.
Is there another way to get a visa?
We are only specialized for obtaining a US visa through employment or cultural exchange program, and we will not be able to help you in any other cases.
There may be other ways depending on your situation. In this case, we recommend that you contact an immigration lawyer who will assist you.
Important Note: we do not provide legal advice. We deliver legal information and job strategy guidance regarding the information you provide us. If you illegally stayed in the USA, have a criminal record or got any denied visas in the past, you’ll better need to consult a lawyer in immigration law.