FOREIGN CREDENTIAL EVALUATION

INTRODUCTION

The Foreign Credential Evaluation is an evaluation of your foreign work experience and educational coursework by a notable expert to define your specialty occupation or academic credentials. It is commonly used to provide as a reference for graduate school applications, job applications, and government agencies. At Tsang & Associates, we can provide a comprehensive evaluation report that caters to your needs. Consultations are free and we look forward to speaking with you.


SERVICES

Our attorney will prepare a complete and comprehensive foreign credential evaluation.

We provide a start to finish service. Your case is safe with us until the case is complete. 

PAYMENT

Legal Fee $750

Free Consultation

*Legal Fees vary based on complexity of each case, and the above quoted price represents the amount we charge for a typical case. 


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Foreign credential evaluation reports required by US Citizenship and Immigration Services can assist applicants meet university or college admission requirements, qualify for professional licensing, or find a job in the United States. These evaluations compare the applicant's credentials from any country in the world to their U.S. equivalent. Most foreign degree evaluation reports required by USCIS for almost all visas require that the applicant holds an equivalent to at least a U.S. bachelor's degree. Documentation of verified work experience can add to incomplete university work, replace university work, or add to a bachelor's degree to result in a higher degree. This is recommended for purposes when a combination of education, professional training, and work experience is needed to establish degree equivalency.


CHECKLIST

In order to provide you with the best and most accurate consultation, we recommend that you bring as many of the following information/documents as you can to ensure a productive meeting. 

  1. Provide diplomas, certificates, transcripts
  2. Dates of attendance and institute location
  3. Profile of the institution and programs, such as entrance criteria, status of the institution, typical length of study
  4. Verification of work experience, such as employment letters, employer affidavits