Two days back, I had the delight of accepting a short note of appreciation from a customer whose educational assessment we had finished. He sent his approval of our assessment report, expressing:
“Thanks a lot for sending my evaluation report. I am grateful for the timely response to my request and cooperation that will help me find a reasonable job. Next week my son will be sending his non US academic credentials for evaluation, which he requires for education and employment.
Again I appreciate you and your colleagues’ efforts. Thank you and warm regards for a Merry Christmas and New Year.”
It’s generally great to hear that a customer has been fruitful or accepted the promotion or immigration visa for which they were applying, yet we all get pleased listening to the kind and empowering words from this customer. We were satisfied to have the ability to help him make strong U.S. equivalencies for his noteworthy education.
Creating equivalencies for non US degrees isn’t every time a simple or a precise arrangement, in light of the varying number of years of education needed between countries, and the distinctive majors recompensed by the schools of these countries. We proceed to try our hardest, however, to help every customer pick up the educational recognition and credentials they ought to have.