Do you need a mental health evaluation?
“The judge granted Humanitarian Asylum! I wanted to say thank you for your help. I believe your report was instrumental in his decision.”
Immigration Evaluations for VAWA, U Visas, T Visas, and Extreme Hardship cases are now offered to families who are in the midst of an ongoing immigration case. Evaluations by a trained mental health clinician are an important component of any successful immigration case. Recent reports indicate that the success rate can almost double when a forensic evaluation is included as part of your lawyer’s case.
Evaluations include extensive interviewing by a licensed mental health therapist and a thorough, professionally, written report to support your extreme hardship case. In general, interviews take 3-5 hours and reports are 20- 30 pages in length.
I am uniquely qualified and trained to support your family through this arduous journey. So, if you are a lawyer, a state agency, or a concerned family member, please contact me with questions or to schedule your free consultation call. If you have questions about your hardship qualifications, you can learn more here.
What to Expect
Evaluations will require 1-2 video conference sessions, each lasting 90-120 minutes. After completing the interviews, I will write a report and review it with you. Once you, the client, have reviewed the report for accuracy, I will submit a final report to you and your lawyer.
This report will be an important part of your case with the immigration authorities and these reports can only be conducted by licensed mental health professionals, like me.
The cost for this service is $900 and payments are taken by credit card. Please allow at least three weeks from the start to the completion of your interview and final report. This service is only available to clients located in the state of Maryland or South Carolina.