Psychosocial Assessment for Immigration Cases

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Extreme Hardship Waiver Assessment (601 waiver):

You or your loved one may be in the process of immigrating to the U.S., but during this time it is a possibility that the hopeful immigrant may face deportation. This assessment is provided for the loved one of the said immigrant to evaluate for extreme hardship in the event that may occur. If assessment findings determine that extreme hardship is probable after deportation, you may use this to support your legal case. 

The evaluation includes 3-6 hours of interviewing, administration of assessment tools, and a report given to your attorney. 

Have legal questions or unsure if you are in need of this service for your case? You can contact me for referrals to attorneys in the area.

**I do not receive any compensation for referrals to attorneys. I can provide a referral as a courtesy to you**

 

VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) Assessment:

Under VAWA, a battered or abused spouse, parent or child who has been abused by a US citizen or US legal permanent resident partner or family member may apply for an immigrant visa. These assessments are provided for a spouse or for a child who is unmarried and under 21 who has undergone domestic violence or intimate partner violence. The assessment will document any evidence of physical, sexual, financial or emotional abuse as well as any mental health concerns as a result, such as post-traumatic stress disorder or depression, for instance.

The evaluation includes 3-6 hours of interviewing, administration of assessment tools, and a report given to your attorney. 

Have legal questions or unsure if you are in need of this service for your case? You can contact me for referrals to attorneys in the area. 

**I do not receive any compensation for referrals to attorneys. I can provide a referral as a courtesy to you**

 

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Cash, checks, and all major debit/credit cards accepted

 

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