Diploma/Certificate accreditation

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Subject: Diploma/Certificate accreditation
  I have an AA.S (Associate in Applied Science) 2 year university degree. My immigration lawyer said he couldn´t take my case because my degree was not recognized by the Canadian Authorities and hence leaving me with only 12 years of study instead of 14 which meant I score less than the required 67 points.

Is there such a thing as a non recognized college degree? If this is the case, is there an online web site that names the international academic institutions whose diplomas are recognized by the Canadian authorities?

Help....

[20-02-2005,19:46]
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Hussein Nouri
Diploma/Certificate accreditation (in reply to: Diploma/Certificate accreditation)
I have an AA.S (Associate in Applied Science) 2 year university degree. My immigration lawyer said he couldn?t take my case because my degree was not recognized by the Canadian Authorities and hence leaving me with only 12 years of study instead of 14 which meant I score less than the required 67 points.

Associate courses is not a university degree but a diploma or just a certifcate course only. it´s ok for 12 years total schoold education, so long as you can get added points from your other category as high band score on IELTS, points in adaptability, long work experiences. do not just rely on your consultant words, you can assess yourself in the website of cic, and if you think you´ve got the other points other than your highest educational attaintment score, go ahead and apply without a consultant or lawyer, sometimes, the´yre just pain in your pocket, but be sure that you have proof of funds that you can submit initally along with your application, as per requirement.


[21-02-2005,06:36]
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