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Immigration Evaluations

Immigration evaluations are clinical assessments that Licensed Clinical Mental Health professionals provide as a professional service for persons who are navigating immigration proceedings. Clients who seek support from clinicians for immigration purposes may require an evaluation for a specific immigration case in which the client is seeking to adjust their legal status

Types of Immigration Evaluations

Immigration evaluations include collaboration with referring Attorney, review of collateral documentation, mental health screeners, comprehensive structured clinical interview, psychological assessment, collateral contact information, testing interpretation, integration of results, report writing, and follow-up with referring attorney.


When you have been exposed to violence, harassment, extreme deprivation, mistreatment, severe abuse, and even torture in their home country. Frequently, these situations are associated with a political, religious, ethnic, or gender factor. At some point, the individual flees their country to the United States for Asylum.

Extreme Hardship (I-601)

When a US Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident of the United States is the spouse, parent, or child of an individual who may be deported from the US. If this happens, the US Citizen or legal permanent resident will experience extreme hardship.

Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) provides immigration benefits for individuals (of all genders) who have suffered substantial harm and/or abuse at the hands of US citizens or LPR spouses.


When you have been a victim of violence or serious crime in the United States. Such crimes may include rape, domestic violence, and sexual exploitation kidnapping.

An applicant for a U Visa must be willing to assist law enforcement in the investigation and/or with the prosecution of the criminal. 


When you have been the victim of human trafficking and are willing to co-operate with the investigation. 

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