Using standards laid out by US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), our work experience evaluations pair relevant professional experience with academic coursework to determine a US degree equivalency. Work experience evaluations are often needed when a candidate’s formal academic credentials are not equivalent to a US Bachelor’s degree, or when a candidate’s academic background is in a field outside of his or her prospective employment. When academic information is unavailable, our evaluators are able to assess work experience alone to determine an appropriate academic equivalency. Company names, professional titles, dates of employment, and detailed descriptions of job duties are all included to clearly demonstrate the expertise a candidate has gained in the professional world.
Work experience evaluations in the fields of business and computers can typically be completed in-house on Morningside letterhead and signed by a relevant expert in the field at a substantial cost savings for clients. For work experience evaluations in fields outside of business and computers, please see Expert Opinion Letters.
Our academic evaluations assess foreign academic credentials to determine their equivalency in the United States.
With an experienced network of university professors and industry experts, Morningside can complete expert opinion letters in a wide range of fields and for a variety of immigration-related purposes.