For an introductory article on the need for “Evaluating education and work skills”, see these posts, published on the website, in English and in Arabic.

World Education Service (WES), ICAS, and University of Toronto Comparative Education Service (CES) all provide credential evaluation for individuals with degrees from outside of Canada.

For an in-depth consideration of the challenges facing refugee newcomers, in terms of being able to provide credentials, with respect to their education and training, see: Assessing the Qualifications of Refugees: Best Practices and Guidelines, a 2017 report of the Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials (CICIC) at the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC).

For information on translators in Ontario, see “How do I get my documents translated?” on the OCASI website.