Tag archive: foreign credential evaluation

It’s important to prove you meet US academic qualifications for your specialty occupation when applying for your H-1B visa. Educational systems across the world vary greatly in both academic content, contact hours, and the number of years it takes to complete a degree or licensing program. For this reason, the USCIS requires you to prove…

International enrollment for US graduate programs is on the rise. More and more students are coming to the United States for graduate degrees, which is good news for US grad programs, many of which are staying afloat from international enrollment. While there are many benefits to earning your graduate degree in the US the application…

Students coming to the United States for graduate school are faced with a serious dilemma in their application and acceptance process. Many countries throughout Europe, the United Kingdom, and countries that formed their educational systems under British influence have three-year bachelor’s degree programs. These three-year programs clock more contact hours than the United States four-year…

Not long ago, we received the following email with a respected attorney in California: “[Our client’s} I-140 Visa was recently approved. I wanted to share the good news with you. On behalf of our client and our firm, I want to say thank you, again, for your excellent work and diligence in handling this critical matter. Your…

Two weeks ago, we received word from an attorney that another H1B RFE had been successfully answered, and the client’s case had been approved. The client had submitted her credentials for a nursing degree, as well as an evaluation from another agency, and USCIS found cause to issue an RFE – a request for information….

This week, a client notified us of a letter from USCIS approving her EB3 (I-140) Visa after having previously received a denial letter in response to an educational evaluation completed by a different credential evaluation agency. She had a three year Bachelor Degree from India, but the USCIS denied her Visa on the grounds that…

The holidays are only a week away, and relatives will be celebrating Chanukah, Christmas, or Kwanzaa with their families. We buy presents and wrap them, or send gift cards for their use. What about an alternative gift that they can really use? An ancient Chinese proverb states: Give a man a fish, and he can…

It’s November, and the professionals at Career Consulting International are waiting to see whether the U.S. Armed Forces can meet the challenge. We’re looking for 50 foreign academic credential evaluations needed by active members of the armed services. So far, it looks even more promising than last month. We have had two educational evaluations for…

If you received a foreign degree and are seeking the U.S. equivalency, you will need a foreign credentials evaluation. These may be relatively inexpensive, or quite costly, depending on the degree of complexity your educational evaluation requires. Document evaluations are typically available for less than $100, while evaluation reports requiring expert opinions may cost over…

Recently, we had the pleasure of hearing from a very satisfied customer that his immigrant visa had been approved. We were glad to hear about this, and glad that he had contacted us to share the good news. Our client had applied for and received EB-2 approval with a 3-year degree and 2-year postgraduate degree….

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