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Immigration Evaluations

We understand the complexities and challenges individuals and families face when navigating the immigration process. Our dedicated team of experienced mental health professionals is here to provide comprehensive immigration evaluation services tailored to your unique needs.

Why Choose us?

✓ Expertise:  We bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to ensure the thorough and accurate assessment of your case.

✓ Compassion: We recognize the sensitive nature of immigration matters and approach each case with empathy and understanding. Your well-being is our priority, and we are committed to providing a supportive and confidential environment throughout the evaluation process.

✓ Customized Solutions: Whether you are seeking asylum, applying for a U visa, or facing challenges related to extreme hardship, we offer a range of evaluation services tailored to meet the specific requirements of your immigration case.

These evaluations may be required for various immigration-related processes, including visa applications. Here's an overview of what such evaluations may involve:


Asylum Evaluations: Assessing the impact of past trauma or persecution on the individual's mental health. 

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Extreme Hardship

Extreme Hardship: Assessing the psychological impact of potential family separation or deportation on the qualifying relative.

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U-Visas and VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) Evaluations

Assessing the impact of the qualifying crime/abuse on the individual's mental health.

Key Components of Immigration Evaluations:

  • Clinical Interview: A comprehensive interview with the individual to gather relevant information about their mental health, trauma history, and current psychological functioning.

  • Review of Records: Examination of any available medical or mental health records that can provide additional context.

  • Standardized Assessment Tools: Use of standardized psychological assessments to measure specific aspects of mental health, trauma, or emotional well-being.

  • Diagnostic Impressions: Providing clinical diagnoses, when applicable, and explaining how these diagnoses relate to the immigration case.

  • Recommendations: Offering recommendations for treatment or support services if deemed necessary.

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