May 31, 2018 at 4:41 pm #1815678AnonymousInactive
Thank You so much, I live in LA. How about you?May 31, 2018 at 4:43 pm #1815681AnonymousInactive
And do you have an email something like that? Is it ok? If ever i have questions or need some help I can reach you there? 🙂May 31, 2018 at 5:44 pm #1815762AnonymousInactive
What a coincidence! I’m also here in LA hahaha. I can give you my e-mail address and you can also add my fb account if you want so I can answer you right away.June 1, 2018 at 11:27 am #1816464AnonymousInactive
Oh yes please. I am gonna message you right away. Thank You so much 😉June 25, 2018 at 7:16 am #1844140jpac0930Participant
Hi I'm also a Filipino and need more inputs about the US CPA exam. How to contact you privately?
thanksJune 27, 2018 at 7:49 am #1849846cristina.gozarMember
First thing that you have to do is to request your official transcript from the university you've attended in the Philippines. They have to send the transcript directly to the evaluation services of your choice. I've used Josef Silny Evaluation Services the first time I got my transcript evaluated to sit for the Florida Board exam years ago. I was missing credit hours to even qualify to take the Florida board exam. Last year, I've used the NASBA evaluations services to see if I would be eligible to sit for the California board exam instead since I would be moving there anyway. According to the evaluation, I'm eligible to sit for the exam since I received a total of 136 credit hours for my Bachelor's Degree from the Philippines. California only requires 120 hours to sit for the exam. I took FAR back in April and will be taking BEC next month. When I pass all four, I would enroll to grad school to satisfy the 150 requirement for licensure.
Below are the links to the evaluation services I've used for your your reference. Hope this helps. Good luck!June 27, 2018 at 8:47 am #1850006Princess Consuela Banana-HammockParticipant
I am a Filipina also who studied undergrad in PH. Let me share with you what I did.
1. Applied to an evaluation center that will work on my credits.
2. Made an account to the state board of accountancy portal/website that I am taking my exam and license under. You will find instructions on how to complete the application there.
3. Sent letter to my university in PH to send my documents (ie. transcript) straight to the evaluation center. Paid postage fees to my uni for that.
4. The evaluation center worked on my documents. Sent me a copy of the evaluation and to my state board.
5. Once the state board processed the application and deemed you eligible they will send you an email. You just have to follow the instructions thereafter.
I am thankful that the units I had in PH were all credited and recognized by my state. Also, I was told by a friend that there is an evaluation center where you could just give them a copy of your transcript (if you have it with you here) and not under go through the process of including your uni.
Wish you all the best and God bless on your endeavor! 🙂June 28, 2018 at 3:11 pm #1854241wmgParticipant
I'm also a CPA from the Philippines and planning to take the US-CPA. Good thing I was able to find this site and read you comments on how to get US CPA license. Hope you can add me in your group or pm me.I'm currently residing here in California.
Waiting for your response. 🙂July 5, 2018 at 2:23 pm #1866685wmgParticipant
how was the result of your evaluation?July 5, 2018 at 6:56 pm #1867144AnonymousInactive
I just recently moved here in California and I'm also interested in taking the US CPA licensure exam in the future.
Hope I get in touch with you all 🙂July 7, 2018 at 1:05 am #1868782AnonymousInactive
You guys are good to go if you are an Accountancy graduate in the Philippines. Just go to the website I mentioned above for the evaluation of your tor. The best thing about ACEI is you can send them your tor directly instead of contacting your school to send your tor for evaluation.July 8, 2018 at 12:28 pm #1870486AnonymousInactive
When i send my tor to the ACEI, can i send them the softcopy version or must it be the original hardcopy version? Thanks!July 8, 2018 at 12:52 pm #1870504AnonymousInactive
It must be the original copy of your tor. You don’t need to worry because they will return your documents along with the copy of evaluation once they are done. You just have to make sure that official evaluation must be sent from ACEI to CBA directly. If I were you, please also read the guide made by CBA for CPA candidates. Everything that you need to know is there.July 16, 2018 at 3:23 pm #1886536cis1107Participant
should I send my TOR along with my diploma to an evaluation center or just the TOR is good?July 22, 2018 at 8:08 am #1893330AnonymousInactive
Hi! Can i check, when i send my transcript to the evaluation board (ACEI), do i only send my university transcripts or must i also send my high school transcripts along? Thanks!
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