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Immigration  Evaluations &Reports 


An assessment and evaluation for immigration purposes is needed when you are completing a type of immigration case that might require you to demonstrate your mental health competency. Such cases might be related to citizenship or naturalization, seeking political asylum or child for adoption,  residence of a spouse or cases of extreme difficulty or deportation that require supplemental documentation.

These assessments are completed through a clinical interview that allows screening and assessment of the client and  include an extensive evaluation related to the immigrant’s mental health concerns, especially related to immigration.  We routinely evaluate and assess trauma, Major Depressive Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, substance abuse, PTSD and a variety of other issues. I also contact your attorney to ensure your report is completed accurately and meets immigration requirements. The N-648 (Medical Certification for Disability Exemptions) form is usually completed if required by your immigration lawyer and a diagnosis is given based on the information provided by the client. This information includes current circumstances and immigration status, and how the person's mental health has been affected. I will provide you with follow-up recommendations to help you treat your mental health issues. These clinical recommendations also help you demonstrate that you have a plan to improve your mental health if needed or that you are fit to be a good citizen or resident of the United States, you are able to adopt a child and care for a spouse.

These evaluations are completely confidential and the report is delivered 24 hours after the evaluation is completed. For more information, please contact me at directly at 561.305.2497 or email me at Get a 20-minute phone consultation for FREE!

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