Immigration

Your education matters when it comes to US immigration policy. The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) strongly recommends a foreign credential evaluation for visa applicants especially H1B and some Green Card applications. You should consult your immigration attorney to see if a foreign credential evaluation is right for you. In the meantime, our customer support team is standing by 24 hours a day to answer any question you may have via chat, phone or email.

Step 1 - Choose your report type

The most common type of report for immigration or H1-B visa purposes is a Document Report.

Reports indicated for the purpose of Immigration include a letter detailing the qualifications of the Senior Evaluator as required by the United States Customs and Immigration Service.

Document Report

Used for:

  • Immigration
  • Professional licensure
  • Employment
  • Military
  • Further Education

Includes:

  • U.S. equivalence for each educational credential
  • Note: This report does not include an evaluation of individual courses, grades, or grade average (GPA).

Price: $80

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Course Report (High School Only)

Used for:

  • Further education

Includes:

  • U.S. equivalence for each high school credential
  • Unit* and grade equivalents
  • Grade average for each high school credential

* The U.S. gives credit for high school work by measuring Carnegie Units.

Price: $165

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Course Report (Post-Secondary Only)

Used for:

  • Further education (high school, college, or university)
  • Employment
  • Professional licensure

If we recommend the U.S. equivalent of university level study, your report will include:

  • U.S. equivalence for each educational credential
  • Credit and grade equivalents for university level courses
  • Grade average for each educational credential
  • General evaluation of high school level credentials (without a grade average), if included for evaluation

If we recommend ONLY the U.S. equivalent of high school level study, your report will include:

  • U.S. equivalence for each high school credential
  • Unit and grade equivalents
  • Grade average for each high school credential

* The U.S. gives credit for high school work by measuring Carnegie Units.

Price: $195

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Course Report (High School + Post-Secondary)

Used for:

  • Further education (high school, college, or university)

Includes:

  • U.S. equivalence for each educational credential
  • Unit (high school), credit (university level), and grade equivalents
  • Grade average for each educational credential

Price: $225

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Step 2 - Gather your Documents

According to USCIS policy, evaluation reports may be based off of scanned copies. See below for your country specific documentation requirements and upload them to your application after submitting your order.

High School

If you are required to submit your high school credentials, please include all original high school/secondary school transcripts, certificate of standardized examination results, and a copy of your diploma of graduation (if you have it)

Post-secondary (college, university, etc.)

If you are required to submit your post-secondary education, please include all original post-secondary transcripts* and a scan of your degree certificate, if you received it.

Credential evaluation report documentation requirements vary from country to country. Please choose your country of education from the list below to determine which documents you'll need for your report.

Step 3 - Apply Now

When you are ready to begin your application:

  • Create an account.
  • Complete application and submit payment through your IEE account.
  • After you order, you may submit your documents as indicated on your application.
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