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Why Would I Upgrade to a CxC Report?

Thursday November 11, 2021 | by Kaitlin Ramby


You’re probably aware that there are several evaluation types that you can choose from at WES. But did you know that people often order more than one type? Sometimes, people start by ordering a Document-by-Document (DxD) report and then they add a Course-by-Course ...

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NEW: How to Get Credential Evaluations for Pakistan

Friday October 29, 2021 | by WES Advisor

policy update pakistan

Prior to 2021, if you studied in Pakistan and wanted to pursue immigration, career, or higher education goals in the United States or Canada, then you might have encountered difficulties with credential recognition.  WES wanted to help more Pakistan-educated individuals achieve success in ...

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5 Ways to Avoid Delays with Your Credential Evaluation

Friday October 22, 2021 | by Kaitlin Ramby

avoid delays with your credential evaluation

There are some common mistakes that applicants make when they are getting a credential evaluation from World Education Services (WES). This can introduce delays in the process (and in some cases, even lead to additional fees).  In most cases, delays can be avoided ...

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Success Story: Ali Khalaf Uses His Platform to Help Other Newcomers

Tuesday September 28, 2021 | by Alyona Kalachova

Ali Khalaf

When Ali Khalaf left Iraq in 2018, he had been using his master’s degree in international business to teach management, e-commerce, industrial organization, and commercial law at the University of Basrah. When he arrived in Canada, he was eager to continue doing what ...

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Immigrant Success Stories: Niloufar Abaei

Friday September 17, 2021 | by Wilma Lee

success story niloufar abaei

World Education Services (WES) believes in the power of storytelling and shared resources. In 2019, we reached out to immigrants across North America. We asked about their reasons for leaving home, their challenges along the way, and the advice they would like to ...

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