WES is a non-profit organization, which is dedicated to help students and professionals achieve their goal in their respective domains. Their main purpose is providing credential evaluation for immigrants who have planned to study or work in US/Canada. WES needs your verified documents from the institution where the certificate is issued in order to carry out the relevant procedures. The verification process can take up to four weeks.
Kindly submit an application and receive a reference number, before you send documents, from WES. This WES reference number should be mentioned on all envelopes and correspondence. For prompt processing, be sure to include your reference number on all documents sent for WES verification.
1. Degree Certificate
The certificate can be copy of Bachelor Degree, Master Degree, Postgraduate Diploma, Doctoral Degree etc. provided by the respective universities/institutions where the person has obtained the degree from.
Please send a clear and legible copy of this document for WES Verification. Do not send your original document unless it is required.
2. Mark List/Official Transcript
The official document issued by the institution/University who was responsible for conducting the examinations .It lists all subjects/papers taken and marks earned for each year of study in the concerned subjects.
We do not accept mark sheets that have been issued and/or attested by the college you attended unless from an autonomous or constituent college for the verification process.
For completed, incomplete and in-progress study, the applicant may request the institution responsible for conducting the examinations to attest and send your documents directly for WES verification in a sealed envelope that is signed or stamped across the back flap by the appropriate authentication officer at the institution that conducted the examination.
If the documents are send by the applicant, the document must be attested, dated, and placed in a sealed envelope that is signed or stamped across the back flap by the appropriate authentication officer at the institution that conducted the examination. If the envelope is opened or there is no stamp or signature across the back flap, the documents cannot be accepted.
Documents attested and sealed by the designated official at the institution that conducted the examination (e.g. Controller of Examination or Registrar's Offices) are accepted for the WES verification process.
Attestations by individual professors, officials at affiliated colleges, or external notary publics will not be accepted.
There is No need to send Original Documents unless specifically requested by WES.