Work Experience Evaluation

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What is Work Experience Evaluation?

Work experience evaluations are required for employee evaluations when a candidate’s academic credentials are not equivalent to a US Bachelor’s degree or when a candidate’s academic background is in a subject outside of his or her potential employer’s field of expertise. This makes the evaluation of international academic credentials mandatory. Based on USCIS standards, these evaluation reports determine the degree equivalency by considering the applicant’s professional experience. These assessments may consist only of experience requirements or may include an academic review of the person’s educational background. At International Evaluations experts with the necessary qualifications always complete the evaluations.

Documents Required

  • Curriculum Vitae (cv)
  • Work Experience Letter on company letterhead with joining date, end date and job duties what you did. If you don’t have one, then authorise a colleague letter.
  • Transcripts and degree certificates of all the degrees and school certificates.

Note: Your document should be in English. However, if the content is in another language, you have the option to either utilize our translation services or employ your own preferred translation resources.

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How It Works

Our Process

Explore our meticulous process, designed to seamlessly guide you through academic evaluations, expert opinions, qualification letters, work experience assessments, business plans, and translations. Your success, our journey together.

Step 1

Initial Consultation

Complete the online form with background details, academic goals, and service preferences. Get expert guidance on the most suitable service plan for your needs.

Step 2

Document Collection

Choose your service plan, receive a document checklist, and submit necessary records for immediate processing.

Step 3

Case Preparation

A dedicated expert will evaluate, research, and draft a detailed, tailored evaluation report. You will get a draft to review before the final report.

Step 4

Final Delivery

Once you approve, the final report will be sent in PDF format. You can opt for mail delivery for an extra fee. Transparent communication ensures satisfaction throughout the process.

F. A. Q's

Frequently Asked Questions

Discover the ins and outs of work experience evaluations, including why they are crucial for employment and immigration purposes.

You need a Work Experience Evaluation to prove the equivalency of your work experience for purposes such as education, career advancement, immigration, or job applications.

No, it's not necessary for every job application. However, some employers, especially in specialized fields, may request a Work Experience Evaluation to verify your qualifications.

Work Experience Evaluations are typically conducted by authorized organizations like us, with expertise in this area. We review your documentation and provide an official evaluation report.