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What sort of "advanced" degree do you have from Harvard?
How did you establish equivalency previously?
Proving you have a master's degree from Harvard is sufficient. I agree that if you also provide proof of your bachelor's degree from a Canadian college/university you would not need to prove "equivalency."
As for the appraisal, it should be a simple matter to hire a licensed real estate appraiser, explain why you are hiring them and the purpose of the appraisal, and get a satisfactory appraisal. (Because they would not be doing this for a lender, they would not be inclined to be conservative.)
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