Evaluation for Immigration

Psychological Evaluations For The Department Of Immigration

The purpose of an Immigration Psychological Evaluation is to demonstrate that you are going through emotional hardship as a result of a possible separation from a family member, from being a victim of crime, or from being a victim of domestic violence.

Considering your particular situation, it is normal to display symptoms such as acute stress, worry, insomnia, anxiety, sadness, depression, etc. We therefore recommend that in addition to the evaluation, that you receive treatment to overcome your symptoms.

Make an appointment with your family doctor and explain how you feel to be put on medication that might help alleviate your symptoms. Or, Start counseling services to learn relaxation techniques and coping skills to deal with your daily stressors. We can provide counseling services for you, but not medication.

Click any of the following options to according to the Evaluation that you need:

Petition for Alien Relative (Waiver)

This type of Evaluation is needed when you are petitioning your spouse or any relative (parent, son, daughter, step-son, step-daughter. etc.)

In order to complete your evaluation more effectively, we need the following demographic data about you and your family members:

  • Name, Age and Date of Birth of you and your family members.
  • Date when you arrived to the United States
  • Date when you became an American Resident (if applicable).
  • Date when you became an American Citizen (if applicable),
  • Place of employment, position and monthly salary,
  • Medical Condition and Medication of you, your spouse or your children if applicable.
  • History of mental health treatment of you, your spouse and your children (Name of the doctor, date of treatment (s), and name of the medications) if applicable.
  • Level of education.

Click the links below to print and complete the following questionnaires to measure your depression and anxiety. Please bring them with you at the time of your appointment.

Printable Form 1

Printable Form 2

TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT FOR AN EVALUATION FOR IMMIGRATION CALL 602-999-7898

U Visa (Victim of a Crime)

You can apply to get this type of VISA if you were a victim of crime (aggravated assault, robbery, home shooting, physical or sexual abuse, domestic violence if your assaulter is undocumented, as well other types of crime) and you filed a police report.

For the U VISA, please bring COPIES of the following documents:

  • Police Report
  • I-918 Supplement B (also known as the Police Department Certification)
  • A letter explaining what happened to you and how your particular situation has affected you emotionally, physically, and socially.

 

TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT FOR AN EVALUATION FOR IMMIGRATION CALL 602-999-7898

VAWA (Victim of Domestic Violence)

This is a kind of visa you can get if you were a Victim of Domestic Violence and your abuser is an American Resident or an American Citizen.

For the VAWA Visa, please bring the following documents:

  • A letter explaining your history of abuse and how it affected you emotionally, physically, and socially.
  • Police Report (s) if applicable.
  • Restraining Order (s) if applicable.

 

TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT FOR AN EVALUATION FOR IMMIGRATION CALL 602-999-7898

Removal of Conditions

This particular type of Evaluation is required when you married and American Resident or Citizen and due to certain circumstances your marriage didn’t work or ended.

In order to complete your evaluation more effectively, we need COPIES of the following documents:

  • A letter explaining the reason (s) why your marriage didn’t work and you ended your relationship. Please explain any history of abuse and how it affected you emotionally, physically, and socially.
  • Police Report (s) if applicable.
  • Restraining Order(s) if applicable.

 

TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT FOR AN EVALUATION FOR IMMIGRATION CALL 602-999-7898

Stopping Deportation

This particular type of Evaluation is required when there is an order of Deportation and an Evaluation is needed to demonstrate how the deportation of a particular person will affect you and your whole family.

 

TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT FOR AN EVALUATION FOR IMMIGRATION CALL 602-999-7898