This client had attended a university in Denmark. After 3 years, he received a Bachelor Degree from a Danish University under the Bologna Accord. He continued his education and received a Master’s Degree after two years.
He applied for employment in the United States. His Labor Certificate required theU.S. equivalency of a Master’s Degree. The USCIS issued an RFE, stating that the client’s Bachelor’s Degree was not the U.S. equivalency of a Bachelor’s Degree, and that therefore his Master’s Degree also could not be equivalent.
The client applied to us for a foreign education credentials evaluation, and we issued an evaluation report, together with adequate evidence, to demonstrate clearly that his Bachelor Degree was indeed the U.S. equivalency to a Bachelor Degree, and that therefore his Master’s Degree was equal to a U.S.Master Degree.
He submitted the educational evaluation together with the evidence, and received approval for his labor certificate only a few weeks later
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