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Answers to Your Indian Credential Evaluation Questions

Thursday | February 21, 2019 | by Justine D'Souza

wes evaluation for indian students

The credential evaluation process represents an important part of your transition from your home country to the United States or Canada. To ensure that your credential evaluation report is processed as smoothly as possible, closely follow WES’ application instructions and document requirements.  In this blog post, you will discover...

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Register for Our Webinar on Canadian Colleges and Universities

Tuesday | February 12, 2019 | by WES Advisor

how to apply for university in Canada

Are you thinking of studying abroad in Canada? Or perhaps you have recently immigrated to Canada and want to pursue further education to advance in your career? If beginning (or continuing) higher education in Canada is one of your goals, we invite you to register for our live webinar...

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Modifying Your Order: Add or Remove a Credential

Monday | February 11, 2019 | by Justine D'Souza

how to modify WES order

For any variety of reasons, sometimes the person requesting a credential evaluation will need to modify the order after the process has already started. Should you find yourself in that situation, here are the steps to follow if you need to add or remove a credential from your order....

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Effects of a U.S. Government Shutdown on Immigration

Wednesday | February 6, 2019 | by Lucy Cheung

U.S. government shutdown immigration

On December 22, 2018, the United States federal government went into a partial shutdown that lasted 35 days as a result of Congress and the president’s failure to agree on border security funding. The president’s insistence on $5.7 billion in funding to build a border wall along the U.S....

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Updated for 2019: Preparing for the F-1 Visa Interview

Friday | February 1, 2019 | by WES Advisor

F-1 visa interview

The F-1 student visa interview can be an intimidating experience. Not only do you have to be prepared with the required documentation and receipts, but you also need to be ready to answer questions regarding your future plans and motivation behind studying in the U.S. You can prepare for the interview...

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