Immigration Clinical Evaluations
A psychological evaluation is a considerable investment of time and money for you and your family. The best advice you can receive is to find a bilingual and bicultural, licensed mental health professional with solid education and years of practical experience working with immigrant families.
In many types of cases, such as U-Visas, T-Visas, and VAWA cases, a comprehensive clinical evaluation report, supported by irrefutable evidence, can make a considerable difference in your case if your claim is based on emotional abuse or post-traumatic stress as a result of a crime.
I offer you over thirty-five years of bilingual education, first-hand knowledge, and experience working with immigrant populations from over 78 countries.
A professionally conducted clinical evaluation indicating the presence or exacerbation of a mental health condition is very likely to help your attorney be successful with your immigration case.
Particularly, cases that require supporting evidence of extreme psychological hardship, emotional, verbal and/or psychological domestic abuse and for victims of a qualifying crime who have not suffered substantial physical injury as a result of the crime but may be able to provide evidence of substantial mental injury as a result of the criminal activity.