Category Archives for CPA Exam International

NASBA Experience Verification Service: How does it Work?

The NASBA Experience Verification Service is one of the latest initiatives, and it helps qualified candidates get the CPA license. Because this is a newer service, let’s see how it works in this video: NASBA Experience Verification Service is Available in 11 States As of June 2018, NASBA Experience Verification is available in the following […]

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Foreign Credential Evaluation for CPA: Here’s What I Recommend

Question: I did not get my degree in the US. How do I know if my coursework fit the educational requirements?” Answer: Get a foreign credential evaluation for CPA. Here is an overview on what evaluators do, and how to pick the right one for your application: Note: Texas evaluate the transcript themselves. Candidates do […]

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How to Become CPA in Canada: The Beginner’s Guide

My site covers the US CPA exam, but since I get lots of questions on the new CPA Canada designation, I decided to write a short post on the basics. Special thanks to “Noname” for explaining the basic steps to my readers in the comment section before this page is written. How to Become CPA […]

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CPA Exam in Middle East: Pass Rates, Eligibility and Rules

US CPA exam centers are currently available in 4 countries in the Middle East. This convenience allow citizens as well as those in adjacent countries to take the exam without incurring additional time, stress and cost to travel to the US exam sites. We go through the candidates profile, pass rates, eligibility and what to […]

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How Indian BCOM or CA Takes US CPA Exam: Issues + Solutions

This article was originally written for Indian BCOM holders, but it is applicable to all aspiring CPA with a 3-year degree. Are you an Indian BCOM CPA candidate who wishes to get take the CPA exam in the United States? Is your BCOM and CA degree not enough to get you qualified to take the […]

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CPA for H4 Visa Holders: Common Obstacles and Solutions

Is it possible to become a CPA for H4 visa holders?  I have lots of readers who are H4 visa holders. Many of you are highly educated professionals who follow their spouse to the United States for a better future for your family. Since you aren’t allowed to work (for now, at least), wouldn’t it […]

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Best States to Apply for CPA International Students + Candidates

How to become a CPA for international students and candidates? Since most international candidates do not have a “preferred” state to practice their profession, they are free to pick a state board with the most favorable CPA exam requirements. This flexibility can be overwhelming with 55 states and jurisdictions to choose from. How do you […]

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CPA Exam International Locations, Centers and Dates

International CPA candidates, including US citizens who resides in foreign countries, have longed for an opportunity to take the CPA exam closer to home. CPA Exam International Administration: 3 Options For candidates with non-US background, there are 3 possible ways to become a CPA in the US: Take a “mini” CPA exam, known as the […]

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CA Reciprocity Exam (CARE): How US CPAs can get Qualified

The latest rules may have changed given the integration of the CA, CMA and CGA into CPA (Canada). The following rule is likely still applicable to those who were CAs before the unification. For new applicants, you may want to check out this page on how to become a CPA in Canada * * * […]

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Can You Become a US CPA with 3 Year Degree Alone?

Can a 3-year bachelor degree (generally equivalent to an Associate degree) quality to sit for the CPA exam? I am afraid not. Since 2012, it has been exceeding hard for 3-year bachelor degree holder to get qualified for the US CPA exam. Delaware, the “last remaining” state that welcome associate degree holders, changed its rules […]

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