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The general response time, upon receipt of all necessary information, is 24-48 hours for most jurisdictions. Follow up questions may apply in certain jurisdictions as the visa options globally are vast and very different from one country to another.  Please be advised that for lesser travelled jurisdictions, an assessment may take longer due to various...
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Your employer may initiate and submit a Global Travel Assessment within the platform on your behalf. Your employer may choose to designate the assessment questionnaire to you for completion as well. 
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If you have a specific legal or substantive question that will require a detailed analysis to determine what visa type applies for your travels outside of the U.S., this would generally require a Global Travel Assessment.
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A Global Travel Assessment allows Envoy’s Global team to review the details of your proposed travel outside of the U.S. in order to confirm whether your trip requires a work permit, a business visa, or neither. The assessment will also tell you which permit or visa you’re eligible for, processing times, and any relevant requirements.
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During the Information Gathering stage of the case, we encourage you to upload any evaluation that you may already have. After the legal team completes their initial review of the case, they will review the evaluation. If they determine that the evaluation will work with the case, then they will use it.
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If Envoy Customer Experience is coordinating an evaluation, the process will usually take around 3-5 days after the order is placed. They will work with the legal team to coordinate the details and it’s important to note that this timeline varies. For urgent cases, they can obtain a standard evaluation in about 1 day. If...
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After the legal team completes their initial review of the case, they will determine if an education evaluation is needed. Generally, if the degree comes from outside of the U.S. and the applicant is applying anywhere other than the country where that degree was obtained, then an evaluation is needed. Sometimes the legal team will...
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Many degrees outside the U.S. can be equated to a four-year U.S. degree based solely on the degree and transcripts that are provided. However, sometimes this is not possible. When a degree can’t be equated on education alone, the legal team may request an evaluation that combines Education and Experience to equate the degree. USCIS...
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When an applicant’s degree was obtained from a school or university outside of the U.S., the U.S. government typically requires an evaluation completed by a professional evaluation agency to demonstrate that the foreign degree is the equivalent of a U.S. degree. This helps prove that the visa or green card applicant is qualified for the...
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For each Form, you will have the option to toggle between the Form View and PDF View. The PDF view provides a sample of how the final form will look, while the Form View is interactive so that you can request changes to the Form directly. If any changes should be made, please apply them...
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