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International Campers Attending Camps in the United States — What You Need to Know
Many camps in the United States welcome international campers into their program and value the important cultural exchange that happens when American children are given the opportunity to live side-by-side with children from other countries. If you live outside of the United States and are interested in sending your child to camp in the US, you will need to obtain a visa from the US Department of State.
- US Department of State explanation of the temporary visa for visitors — known as the "B2" visa
- See how participating in camp experiences have impacted the lives of people in the news! Details