Notarized* photocopies of all diplomas, certificate and degrees you have been awarded. A Request for Academic Records/Transcripts Evaluation form must be completed by every post-secondary school you attended even if you did not complete the program of study. This form … Continue reading
All evaluations include all schools attended outside the United States, academic qualifications and dates earned along with the comparability to the U.S. educational system.
No. All documents must be sent to ICD by postal mail or through an express courier service.
No. ICD will only accept notarized* copies of your documents. All documents submitted to ICD become the property of ICD, so we cannot return your original documents. *ICD applicants can now use NotaryCam to notarize and submit documents from anywhere … Continue reading
If your documents are not in English, you must submit a English translation that includes a certification by the translator that he or she is proficient in English and the language of the documents. You cannot translate your own documents. … Continue reading
Any documents submitted for your evaluation and your file are retained for three years.
If you need an additional copy of your evaluation, you must send a letter in writing via postal mail requesting an additional unofficial copy of your evaluation. This letter must include the name and address of the recipient of the … Continue reading
The time to complete your evaluation depends on the type of evaluation you have requested, the number of schools you have attended, and any additional research or verification required. Once all required documents have been received and reviewed, the length of … Continue reading
If you have questions about your application or evaluation, ICD’s Applicant Navigation Services staff is available Monday through Friday from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time at +1-215-243-5858. ICD can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your school has closed or is no longer operating, contact the ministry of education, ministry of health, or another appropriate government agency to see where your school has transferred your records.
If the agency that issued your professional licensure or registration has closed, contact the appropriate government office, such as the ministry of health or the ministry of education, for information on your professional licensure.
What can I do if my school has been destroyed due to war or natural disaster and cannot send my transcripts or other documents?
If your school has been destroyed due to war or natural disaster, ICD will accept notarized* copies of any documents you may have once we have verified that your school, as well as your school records, have been destroyed. *Note: ICD … Continue reading
What can I do if I am in the United States in refugee or asylee status, and it is difficult or dangerous for me to request my transcripts or other documents.
If you are in the United States in refugee or asylee status, ICD will accept notarized copies of any documents you have. These must submitted along with a notarized copy* of your I-94 or other documentation of your immigration status. … Continue reading
Each college and university in the United States has its own requirements for accepting credits completed outside the United States. ICD’s evaluations are advisory only, so each school makes its own decision on credits.
The National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) is a US based organization that validates entry-level competency in the fields of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine through a certification process that includes an exam. NCCAOM certification is required for … Continue reading
Eligibility requirements are defined by NCCAOM and are published on their website at http://www.nccaom.org/applicants/eligibility-requirements/ .
No, the assessment is sent directly to the NCCAOM for their review and approval. You will be notified when this takes place.
The first step is to log in to http://www.icdeval.com/nccaom/. Click Apply Now to apply for a certification project. 3-5 business days after applying, you will receive a welcome letter that will contain further instructions on the next steps in the … Continue reading
Once the welcome letter is received, the applicant should print the program forms that are specified in the welcome letter. The applicant should send these forms to their school(s) with instructions to complete the forms and send them to the … Continue reading
ICD performs the evaluation from English language documents. For documents that are in another language, please refer to the below list for the only acceptable methods of translation: For applicants educated in China: Translations coordinated by Beijing China Health International … Continue reading
Please go to the NCCAOM page for a detailed timeline of the application process.
There is no expedite option available for a NCCAOM assessment.
Can the application materials after the school stamping be sent by the applicant’s individual or third-party agent agency?
ICD only accepts documents that are from Beijing China Health, or directly from educational institutions. ICD will not accept any materials that are mailed by applicants, notaries or other third-party agencies. Beijing China Health will not accept any materials that … Continue reading
Your ICD file number is in the Welcome Letter and must be referenced in all correspondences with ICD. The file number will be located underneath your name and address in the Welcome and will begin with the year you applied, … Continue reading
Please refer to this support matrix to determine whom should be contacted for your support inquiry:
Beijing China Health Telephonic Support: 400-6666-854 M-F from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., or 13:00 a.m. to 18:00 p.m. (Chinese Standard Time). Email Support: email@example.com Website: http://nccaom.cgfnsch.org Address: Room No. A123, Minghu Building, 24 Huangshi Street, Xicheng District, Beijing ICD … Continue reading
Physical Therapy (4)
No. Your ICD physical therapy evaluation is just one part of your application for physical therapist licensure in the United States. Contact the board of physical therapy in the state where you wish to be licensed for information on physical … Continue reading
Yes. Physical therapists can apply for a physical therapist assistant evaluation, except in the state of Florida.
Can I apply for a physical therapy evaluation if I have not completed my physical therapist education program?
No. We can only evaluate applicants who have completed a physical therapist education program and have been awarded a diploma or degree.
My physical therapist education was combined with my secondary school education. Can I apply for a physical therapy evaluation?
No. We can only evaluate applicants who have completed a post-secondary physical therapist education program.