WES Service

World Education Services

World Education Services (WES), a nonprofit, provides credential evaluations to immigrants and international students who want to study or work in the United States and Canada. WES does not formally partner with any country, as the candidates voluntarily supply the kept certificates.

WES is an organization that helps students obtain PRs (permanent residents) while they are travelling. World Education Services, or WES in short, is a company that aids people in obtaining permanent residency so they can work or study overseas.

Some countries require an educational credential assessment (ECA) before someone can enrol in a course. ECA is required to apply for citizenship, immigration, etc. ECAs are provided for diplomas and degree certificates by a company named WES.

WES evaluates degrees and certificates obtained overseas to assess their equivalencies, assisting educational institutions, professional licencing organizations, and employers.

Only the US (United States) and Canada must verify WES (WES Canada). Migrants can go to either Western nation without difficulty after acquiring this WES accreditation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

In addition to a letter asking for verification, WES sends a photocopy of your documents to the issuing institution or authority electronically and via regular mail. Your file now has the status "On Hold."

WES begins the evaluation and issues the evaluation report as soon as the institution certifies in writing that the papers are genuine. WES must wait to release an evaluation report before receiving a response from the institution.

If WES still needs to get your paperwork and begin the evaluation, it will revoke your application. It will only cancel your application if it has received your supporting documents and funds.

WES only accepts documents issued, attested, and sealed by the proper department at the organization that conducted the exam (such as the Registrar's Office or Controller of Examination). Submitting an individual professor's or a separate notary public's attestation is unacceptable.

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