Our client was acknowledged into a conventional four-year designing degree program in India as a second-year student. He finished the last three years of the project and graduated. In the wake of perusing the educational evaluation from an alternate consulting organization, the USCIS denied his migration visa on the support that he had really finished a 3-year degree as opposed to a four-year Bachelor Degree.
Utilizing far reaching research material, Evaluation Credentials was able to issue a foreign academic credentials evaluation demonstrating that the client had in reality moved on from a four-year Bachelor Degree program. On advance, the USCIS explored the data and inferred that the client did in reality have the U.S. equivalency of a four-year Bachelor Degree. His movement visa was approved.