Evaluation of foreign (international) credentials is the process of reviewing academic and professional degrees and other credentials earned in one country and comparing them (equating) to degrees earned in a different country. Globe Language Services evaluates credentials received from educational institutions outside of the United States of America and compares them to degrees awarded by educational institutions in the United States. Our evaluation reports are used by employers, colleges and universities, licensing boards and government agencies to understand foreign education credentials and to determine whether holders of these credentials are qualified for admission, employment and / or professional license.
Globe Language Services is a Charter and Endorsed member of the Association of International Credential Evaluators (AICE). Our evaluators have more than twenty years of experience each, speak multiple languages and are leaders in the field of international education.
Globe Language Services helps individuals, educational institutions, employers, not-for-profit organizations and boards receive accurate and timely evaluations of foreign credentials. We evaluate diplomas and academic transcripts from any country outside of the United States of America and prepare Diploma/ Degree (aka, Document-by-Document) and Course-by-Course evaluation reports. Globe's evaluation reports are widely accepted nationwide for immigration purposes, college admission and further education, employment and professional licensing as well as by federal, state and local government agencies, such as USCIS, NYPD, NYC Board of Education, NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS), Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) and many others.
In order to apply for evaluation, we require the application (PDF form or online application), application fee, and official credentials (e.g., original diplomas and transcripts, official transcripts in sealed envelopes, apostilled documents, etc.). If the original documents are not in English, certified and notarized translations will be required.