Education Evaluation / Credential Evaluation / Document Evaluation
The Document Report will give the U.S. equivalent for each academic credential you submit to us (e.g. high school diploma, Bachelor’s degree, transcript, etc.) It will notate how long you studied and give a short description of your program and its requirements.
The Document Report is often used for employment, immigration, and education situations, where transfer credit and a Grade Point Average (GPA) are not required.
Education with Work Experience (Professional Work Experience Evaluation)
This report combines education and work experience to establish a bachelor’s or master’s equivalence. This evaluation provides a document report for the years of education and verified work experience. Education and Work Experience only evaluations follow the Immigration rules to use work experience to add to incomplete university work, or replace university work, or add to a bachelor’s degree to result in a higher degree.
Course by Course Evaluation
The Course Report will give the same information as the Document Report – it will indicate the U.S. equivalent for each academic credential you submit to us (e.g. high school diploma, Bachelor’s degree, transcript, etc.) In addition, it will contain a section that lists each course on every transcript submitted, assign each course a U.S. equivalent grade and credit hours, and give the Grade Point Average (GPA).
The Course Report is often used for employment, immigration, and education situations, where individual courses, transfer credit, and/or a Grade Point Average (GPA) are relevant or required.
Expert Opinion Letters
Expert Opinion Letters are completed by a distinguished industry authority in order to provide an “Expert Opinion” for extraordinary ability petitions, defining a Specialty Occupation, responding to RFEs, or for any other case that requires the of an expert in the field. As we are aware that each case opinion is unique, we will attempt to modify the content of each letter according to your specifications. An expert opinion expands upon your Document-to-Document evaluation.
It provides you with the written opinion from a university professor in the appropriate field. An expert opinion letter specifically addresses an individual’s academic and employment experience qualifications to satisfy U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) H-1B regulations for a determination of a minimum of a bachelor’s degree equivalent degree. SHE works with a large network of university professors in a wide range of disciplines to ensure we satisfy your needs. Typically, professors will require information beyond the requirements of a standard Document-to-Document evaluation.
This could include academic transcripts, employment verification letters, and detailed job descriptions. If you need a translation, we’d be happy to help.