If you’ve had difficulty with your foreign degree being accepted by the USCIS, you’ve come to the right place. We specialize in difficult cases, and make every effort to help qualified candidates gain their H1-B visa or I-140. Don’t be denied because you didn’t choose specialists such as CCI, who work to give you evaluation reports that offer your best chance of success. Read our success stories below …
Do you have foreign credentials such as a 3-Year Degree from outside the US? These foreign degrees may be accepted as the U.S. equivalent of a 4 Year Bachelor’s Degree when properly evaluated.
If you have a 3 year degree, always call first before submitting your application.
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Recently, the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) issued the following statement about a 3-Year Degree for employment-based immigrant visa purposes:
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Through course-by course evaluation reports, an expanded evaluation report, and an expert opinion letter, as well as a large reference file, your 3-Year Degree can be shown as a US equivalency to a Bachelor Degree from an accredited US college or university. The Indian 3-Year Bachelor’s Degree is materially identical to the UK 3-Year Bachelor’s Degree because Indian university education system was established by the British during their occupation of India. The UK 3-Year Degree is always accepted by USCIS (formerly known as INS) as being equivalent to the US Bachelor’s degree. These same degrees, however, issued in many countries worldwide; have not been well accepted …
Our clients have repeatedly reported to us their success in having their foreign credentials accepted because of our evaluation reports. Don’t be misled by a consultant who is not thoroughly familiar with this law and its meaning. Acceptable I-140s do not combine degrees or combine a degree with work experience.We cannot guarantee acceptance; each USCIS case is treated separately. We can guarantee, however, that we will do our best to ensure your success, and that our evaluation reports are highly successful.
Call before submitting your application for a 3-Year Degree:
If you can demonstrate a US equivalency to a High School diploma and a Bachelor Degree (12 years of primary and secondary school + 4 year bachelor’s degree or 13 years of primary and secondary school + 3 years of university study at a recognized university) your evaluation report can demonstrate that you have the U.S. equivalency of a Bachelor Degree at a regionally accredited college or university in the United States of America. This will provide the proof you need for an immigration visa.
Furthermore, many 3-Year Degrees with 12 years of primary and secondary school, such as the Bologna Project, are considered the international equivalency of a US Bachelor Degree for immigration visas.
If you don’t have these educational credentials, we are able to use years of study completed on a master’s degree, a post-graduate diploma, a second bachelor’s degree, or other studies. Even if your degree wasn’t completed, we can use these to demonstrate U.S. equivalency to a bachelor’s degree.
(NOTE: USCIS has recently made it very clear that diplomas and course work from private institutions will NOT be accepted unless they are government recognized or affiliated with a recognized/accredited university).
We can use an education + work experience evaluation to equate to the missing year(s) of study. Because USCIS has been closely scrutinizing foreign credentials, all of our work + education evaluations are done by international professors and include an expert opinion letter.
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All foreign credentials evaluations are written by internationally recognized professors who are experts on education systems worldwide.
Don’t wait any longer. Call 800.771.4723 (Outside USA: 954.384.9541) for more information and a price for your expert evaluation reports.
Until June 30, 2010, the DV-2010 if you applied for the DV-2010 Green Card Lottery you can check the status online at the E-DV website. To check have the confirmation page handy – that is the page you receive at the time the lottery was entered during the most recent entry period which was Oct. 2-Dec.1 2008. You will need to enter the entrant’s confirmation number, along with your last name and birth year to be able to check your status.
To learn if your entry was selected, visit the E-DV website at http://www.dvlottery.state.gov/ESC/.