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    Immigration Hardship Evaluation

    What happens at an immigration evaluation?

    A team member walks you through each step of your evaluation to make the process as easy as possible. Your evaluation involves two or three meetings with your provider. During these meetings, your provider interviews you about your:

    • Family history
    • Medical history
    • Psychological history
    • Work history
    • Concerns about the immigration process

    You may also be asked to take surveys or evaluations for specific purposes, including neurocognitive test, depression and anxiety inventory tests, or partner violence surveys.

    An immigration evaluation can support your immigration case immensely. To reserve a prompt evaluation, call today.