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4 Benefits of Summer Study Abroad Programs

Friday | May 17, 2019 | by Anandamayee Singh

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For many students, the prospect of spending summer break inside a classroom might seem like a waste of good weather and free time. But what if it is also an opportunity to travel the world? Summer study abroad programs provide students with several advantages: scholastically, professionally, and even personally....

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Does WES Offer Translation Services?

Thursday | May 16, 2019 | by Justine D'Souza

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Not all WES credential evaluation applications need translations. If yours does, this post explains why we might be asking you for translated documents. It will also explain the guidelines for sending them. Translations supplement required documents. They facilitate the evaluation process and help to ensure the accuracy and high...

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Accounting E-Guide: Career Pathways for International Accountants in the U.S.

Monday | May 13, 2019 | by WES Advisor

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Career Pathways in Accounting is a comprehensive, step-by-step e-guide that provides an overview of licensing and certification requirements for accountants in the U.S., with state-specific resources. You can download it directly from this post, completely free! Then you will be able to refer to it as often as necessary....

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Canadian Banking: How Newcomers Can Build Credit

Wednesday | May 8, 2019 | by Ivy Chiu

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Moving to a new country presents the unique opportunity to create a life, home, career, and network in a new environment. By taking time to understand the financial system, newcomers to Canada can create a solid foundation that could mean the difference between surviving and thriving during the first...

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Find Free Immigration Legal Services in the U.S.

Monday | May 6, 2019 | by Christina Elhaddad

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Consulting with an experienced immigration attorney is important if you are hoping to permanently live in the U.S. Christina Elhaddad is an immigration attorney in New Jersey. In this guest blog post, she explains how to find a qualified lawyer to handle your immigration paperwork, answer your questions, and...

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