Do you need a clinical evaluation for an immigration waiver?
Clinical Evaluations for Immigration Waivers
Are you filing for a petition or a waiver for an immigration case? Has your immigration attorney suggested a psychological or clinical evaluation as part of filing your petition? If so, you’ve come to the right place! These types of evaluations are our specialty. You may have heard of cases where some petitions have been denied or need further proof. A clinical evaluation from an experienced Houston Immigration Counselor can give you the best results you need.
Why is a Clinical Evaluation necessary?
A clinical evaluation can be used by your attorney to support your case and move you forward with your immigration proceedings. A clinical evaluation is an important part of the application process to become a citizen of the United States, as well as is a valuable tool when applying for an immigration waiver. The clinical evaluations we perform are usually for these 4 types of immigration waivers:
- Extreme Hardship Waivers
- VAWA (Domestic violence)
- Visa U (Victims of crime)
- Political asylum
With sensitivity and professionalism, we regularly conduct clinical evaluations for immigration waivers. Read details about each of the 4 types.
Angelina H. Rodriguez has 10 + years experience working with over 40 immigration lawyers nationwide.
Her clinical evaluations, assessments, and reports are thorough and make your immigration process easier.
The evaluations prepared by Ms. Angelina Rodriguez have been the cornerstone of many immigration cases I have built for benefits by Immigration and Naturalization Act. Clients have been comfortable sharing their experiences and revealing information with her that they may not have shared with me. This information was relevant and useful in my representation of clients before USCIS and the Immigration Court.