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Our client attended a 3-year degree university in India, after completing a year of higher secondary school, which is equivalent to one year of postsecondary education. After completing this degree program, he went on to attend a 2-year Master Degree Program in that country. Recently, we received notice that his I-140 had received approval, just a month after we…

This client had a 3-year degree and a GNIIT diploma. He had applied for an I-140immigration visa, and received an RFE from the USCIS. After consulting several foreign credential evaluation agencies, he found none who were willing to submit an evaluation report showing his 3-year degree to be the U.S. equivalency of a Bachelor Degree. Then he turned to Career Consulting International….

Sometimes, the USCIS recognizes that a client’s foreign degree is the U.S.equivalency of a Bachelor Degree, but disagrees that the client’s educational experience meets labor certificate requirements. In these cases, a functional equivalency must be shown between the labor certificate and the degree obtained. In this particular case, a client approached Career Consulting Internationalafter receiving an RFE from the USCIS. He held…

Our client was from Pakistan. He had graduated with a Bachelor Degree after two years, and continued his education to get a Master Degree. He obtained aneducational evaluation for a work visa indicating that his foreign academic credentials were equivalent to a four-year degree. The USCIS issued a denial, indicating that the evaluation report had combined two degrees…

Our client was accepted into a traditional four-year engineering degree program in India as a second-year student. He completed the final three years of the program and graduated. After reading the educational evaluation from another consulting agency, the USCIS denied his immigration visa on the basis that he had actually completed a 3-year degree rather than a…

Finally, success. . .   . Career Consulting International has just learned that one of the company’s clients received approval for their I-140 immigration visa from the USCIS. This individual had a 3-Year degree from a polytechnic school in Engineering. Initially, the client had requested a foreign credentials evaluation from another educational evaluation agency. His first…

Mr. K. had held an H1-B visa for six years. Because he was on EAD/Parole, he could not apply for a 7th. He applied for an I-140 and was subsequently denied. Executive Director Sheila Danzig was able to issue an educational evaluation that indicated that Mr. K’s 3-year degree was the U.S. equivalency of a four-year Bachelor…

A client approached us for assistance with an RFE from the USCIS regarding his Chartered Accountancy (CA) Certificate from India. The RFE stated that theUSCIS did not believe that his CA was the U.S. equivalency of a Master Degree, which was the requirement for his employment visa. Career Consulting International was asked to deliver a foreign credentials evaluation of the client’s Indian Bachelor Degree and CA certificate. In oureducational evaluation, we…

Recently, our clients here at Career Consulting International have been consistently writing us that they are having a great deal of success with ourforeign credentials evaluations. Lately, we’ve had several clients write and let us know that their I-140 visas have been approved as a result of our evaluation reports. Our most recent success story was a…

TheDegreePeople received a request for a foreign credentials evaluation from a man who had received a request for evidence (RFE) from the USCIS. His degree was in engineering, and his labor certificate demanded a degree in the computer industry. An attorney told this client that they would need to get an education evaluation from a foreign academic credentials evaluation agency….

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