My degree is recognized
Due to the visa application procedure, my degree is required to be recognized by the USCIS. It cost me US$75 to get the evaluation done.
After waiting for 4 working days, I finally received it.
Anyway, let me retype the first paragraph of the evaluation. It is quite fun to read.
"The following is an analysis and advisory evalutation of the academic credentials of Fish Fish. As discussed herein, Fish Fish completed a program in the field of Agronomy and Horticultural Sciences at K University, in Japan. Based on the foregoing academic credentials, I find that Fish Fish attained the equivalent of a degree in Food Science and Agronomy from an accredited US university."
I love the way they judge my degree is equivalent to a degree in Food Science and Agronomy in the U.S. Lalala~~~ now I can officially call myself a Food Scientist. LOL As though I was not one already.
I don't know why I was excited about this. To recognize my degree does not mean I got the degree. They just merely recognized it. In fact, I have earned it two years ago. I was very happy that time too, but it was different. I just don't know why I was feeling happy this time, to an extent feel like crying.