Tag archive: educational evaluation

If your client or employee has a degree from outside of the United States, a credential evaluation is necessary to be successful in your H1b petition. However, many RFE’s are issued inquiring into the credentials of the evaluation agency that writes the evaluation. Not all credential evaluation agencies are authorized to make the necessary assessments…

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,…

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….

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…

We send out hundreds of foreign credential evaluations to our clients each month, and most of them thank us or send their approval responses, and we send their evaluations for mailing. Occasionally, though, a client writes back, telling us just how the evaluation report has helped him or her. We hear from customers who have…

Two days ago, I had the pleasure of receiving a short note of thanks from a client whose educational evaluation we had completed. He expressed his approval of our evaluation report, stating: “Thanks a lot for sending my evaluation report. I am grateful for the timely response to my request and cooperation that will help…

You’ve earned a foreign degree at the Bachelor or graduate level, and want to apply for an immigration visa to the United States. To apply for an employment-based visa, you must prove that your education is the U.S. equivalency required for the labor certificate. How do you know if your degree will hold up to…

If you have a foreign degree and are applying for immigration visas, university admission, or employment in the United States, you will need a foreign academic credentials evaluation. How do you decide which foreign education credentials evaluation agency is the best? Here are a few tips to help you choose an agency that is right…

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