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  • Immigration Evaluations

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    Now offering Immigration Evaluations in California and Nevada!

    What is a Psychological Immigration Evaluation?

    Immigration psychological assessment or evaluation, is a process where a qualified mental health professional assesses an individual’s psychological well-being and provides an objective evaluation of their mental health status. These evaluations are typically conducted to assist immigration authorities in making informed decisions about an individual’s eligibility for immigration benefits, such as asylum, refugee status, or waivers.

    What types of evaluations are offered?

    • Extreme Hardship Cases
    • Asylum Cases
    • VAWA Cases
    • U-Visa Cases
    • T-Visa Cases

    What’s included in an evaluation?

    • Two clinical interviews, 1 – 1.5 hours each. Interviews are offered virtually or in person in Pasadena.
    • A written assessment. An in-depth report, typically between 10-15 pages depending on the individual case.

    *If there is a need for an expedited evaluation, an additional fee will apply.

    How much does an evaluation cost?

    The fee for the evaluation includes the written report, as well as the time spent with you in interviewing sessions.

    • $1,000 fee

    There’s a $100.00 non-refundable scheduling fee. 


    Rosa has extensive experience conducting psychological immigration evaluations, specifically for VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) and U-VISA cases, accumulating over 9 years of experience in this field. Expanding her services, Rosa is now available to conduct evaluations for Extreme Hardship and Asylum cases, further showcasing her dedication to supporting individuals in navigating the complexities of their immigration journey.

    Reach out today!