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#18354 - 12/09/02 06:17 AM where I can convert my Diploma ?
Genci_NJ Offline
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Registered: 12/08/02
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Loc: NJ
Dear Sirs.

I am an electrical engineer graduated in Albania/Europe.
Now on I am resident in USA .
I have more than 17 years of expereence in the field and I had worked as a consulting engineer too for worldwide wellknown companies like ABB, SIEMENS, VA TECH located in European Countries etc.

I have completed the SUBJECT TO SUBJECT CREDENTIAL EVALUATION conducted by WES/NYC and in all subject he got the A score degree.
As I am resident here now on, I am interested to finally convert my diploma or with other words I would like to be recognized as Electrical Engineer from USA Authorities.

Could you provide some advise and information how to handle this issue ?

Thanking for understanding and waiting your prompt answer, remain with

Kind Regards

Genci Gjergjani
50 Windsor Court
Maywood, 07607
NJ, USA

ph/fx 201-587-7738
email lnf1211@aol.com

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#18355 - 12/09/02 07:41 AM Re: where I can convert my Diploma ?
The Watt Doctor Offline
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Registered: 12/23/01
Posts: 443
Loc: Mont Belvieu, TX
Welcome Genci,
I would start by going here . See where that leads you. Post back on what you find, I would be interested in knowing.

Regards,
Doc
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The Watt Doctor
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Channelview, TX

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#18356 - 12/09/02 07:44 AM Re: where I can convert my Diploma ?
Chris Rudolph Offline
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Registered: 05/01/01
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Loc: Winter Park,Fl USA
Most companies and schools recognize a valid diploma from a foreign school.If I were you I would make application with NJ to get my PE license which will require you to sit for the EIT(engineer in training) exam and the professional part of the exam.Once you get your PE most other states will recognize the NJ license and issue you a license for that state.
Chris

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