World Education Services (WES) has started processing mail for physical documents. All mail sent to their U.S. or Canada office will be processed, in the order in which the documents received, there was an interruption in postal mail service received after March 10. WES processes these files now but there is going to be a delay. They'll return to regular processing times once normal operations resume.
You can upload your Degree Certificates and Translations
Most applicants can now upload degree certificates and translations of documents from My Account page of the WES website. However Official transcripts must be sent through postal mail or digital transmission through your University. Please follow the steps below.
1. Log in to account
2. Go to your account timeline and scroll to the Documents Upload section, then click the Document Upload button to get started
Before uploading your documents please note the following requirements:
• Just upload PDF files or JPEG files.
• The file size should not be more than 10 MB.
• Do not protect PDF by a password.
• Take a moment to ensure that you have uploaded the right document and that the images are accurate and of good quality.
• Make sure to open all documents before you press the Send button. You cannot delete the documents once you have submitted them.
Note: After you upload your files, your account status may not change. Only after WES receive your official academic transcripts via postal mail or electronic transmission then only they will review your certificates and translations.
The coronavirus has resulted in lockdowns in Canada and around the world, which in recent months has made it difficult for immigration candidates to complete their language tests, such as the CELPIP and IELTS General. As lockdowns ease, more CELPIP and IELTS test centres are being opened
Providers of official language tests are subject to local laws, which they comply with to ensure the health and safety of immigration candidates as well as their staff.
Canadian provinces have been announcing plans in recent weeks to relax their constraints on the lockdown. For example, Canada's largest province, Ontario, announced plans to broaden further the list of businesses that can be reopened during the upcoming days.
In India also British Council and IDP Test centres have been opened for both ‘Pen and Paper-based IELTS’ and ‘Computer Delivered IELTS’. Please refer their respective websites for more details.