Invoices and Payment


Understanding Your Invoice

CAX = Cancelled

CAX Job Placement = There is no refund.

For students who applied for the Job Placement Program. The student has cancelled less than six weeks before his or her arrival date. Indicated on invoice as “CAX JP.”

CAX Self-Placement = There is no refund.

For students who applied for the Self-Placement Program. The student has cancelled less than four weeks before his or her arrival date. Indicated on invoice as “CAX SP.”

CAX Self-Placement Premium = There is no refund.

For students who applied for the Self-Placement Premium Program. The student has cancelled less than six weeks before his or her arrival date. Indicated on invoice as “CAX SP Prem.”

CAX Job Fair = There is no refund.

For students who applied for the Job Fair Program. The student has cancelled less than four weeks before his or her arrival date. Indicated on invoice as “CAX Job Fair.”

CAX Denied = Student is denied a visa at the U.S. Embassy.

A partial refund, not including a $50 administrative fee and the non-refundable SEVIS fee of $35. Note: InterExchange should be notified of a visa denial within five business days of the interview. Without timely notice of a denial, a refund will not be guaranteed. Proof of visa denial is required. Indicated on the invoice as “CAX Denied.”

CAX Medical = Student cannot participate due to a medical condition.

A partial refund, minus a $50 administrative fee. Doctor’s note must be provided before refund will be considered. Indicated on invoice as “CAX Medical.”

CAX Timely = Student cancels in a timely fashion.

A partial refund, minus a $100 administrative fee. In order to fall under this category, Self-Placement students must cancel four weeks before their arrival date, while Job Placement students must cancel six weeks before arrival. Indicated on invoice as “CAX Timely.”

CAX Forged Job = There is no refund.

Self-Placement student submits a job offer that has been forged.

CAX Bad Job = Self-Placement student submits an unverifiable job offer.

A full refund, minus a $50 administrative fee. Note: Unverifiable job offers include instances where employers are difficult or impossible to contact, or a job InterExchange deems inappropriate. Indicated on invoice as “CAX Bad Job/No Job.”

CAX Other = Full refund.

This category is determined when a student cancels from our program on or before the payment deadline. We may also make exceptions and place students in this category based on unique circumstances or where appropriate, e.g. a family tragedy, etc. Indicated on invoice as “CAX Other.”

Refunds will be considered only after all InterExchange Work & Travel USA students have arrived in the U.S. and any discrepancies concerning student numbers or invoice categories have been corrected. After all DS-2019 Forms have been returned, refunds will be issued.

Payment Transfer to InterExchange

All payments are due to InterExchange by February 1, 2017 for summer and September 1, 2016 for winter. Payment should be transferred to the InterExchange Chase account. Please contact InterExchange if you do not have the necessary transfer details.

You are responsible for all bank fees.

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U.S. Department of State-Designated J-1 Visa Sponsor
Alliance for International Exchange
Exclusive partner of the Erasmus Student Network for J-1 Visa sponsorship of internships in the U.S.
European-American Chamber of Commerce New York
Generation Study Abroad
Global Ties U.S.
International Au Pair Association
WYSE Travel Confederation