This evaluation cites the documentation provided by the applicant.
The applicant’s education, starting with secondary school and progressing through all stages and awards of post­-secondary education, is described and evaluated for equivalency to the U.S. system of education.
Admissions requirements are listed for each level of study.
The recognition status of the awarding institution is included.
Source material by which the equivalency is determined is also cited in the evaluation.
This evaluation can be requested by an individual or by a company, university or legal firm.
Marksheets/transcripts AND diplomas/degree certificates in both the original language and in an official English translation should be mailed to:
FOREIGN CREDENTIAL EVALUATIONS, INC.
1425 Market Boulevard, Suite 530
PMB #305
Roswell, GA 30076
Alternately, documents can be scanned and emailed to Carolyn Christie at: carolyn_christie@fceatlanta.com. We will contact you if we deem it necessary for you to send original documents after reviewing scanned documents.
THE FOLLOWING APPLIES TO APPLICANTS FOR IMMIGRATION PURPOSES
Document-by-document evaluations are generally acceptable for obtaining a variety of visas. For the link to USCIS (US Citizenship and Immigration Services) go to www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis. Usually, immigration attorneys handle filing of visa applications but individuals can make application by following the steps set forth in the government’s guidelines. An excellent book, How to Secure Your H-lB Visa by James A. Bach & Robert G. Werner published in 2013 (ISBN-13)(Electronic):978-1-4302-4729-6 contains valuable information on H-lB visas.