Understanding the Cost of Immigration Psychosocial Evaluations
If you’re considering an immigration psychological evaluation, it’s essential to understand the costs involved. This guide breaks down everything you need to know.
If you plan to apply for legal status in the United States, you may be required to undergo a psychological evaluation as part of the application process. At the same time, the cost of an immigration psychological evaluation can vary depending on several factors, including the evaluation’s complexity and the provider’s location.
How Much Does an Immigration Psychosocial Evaluation Cost?
The cost of an immigration psychological evaluation can vary widely depending on several factors, such as the type of evaluation needed and whether it is urgent or not urgent.
The fee for an immigration evaluation is $1,300, including the clinical interview and written report, communicating with you and your lawyer, and reviewing any additional documentation. Urgent/expedited evaluations are available for an additional fee.
Do you offer payment plans?
Yes, you can divide the total fee into two payments. The first half of $ 650 is due before the appointment, and the balance can be paid when the report is completed.
The report will not be sent to you or your lawyer until the payment is received in full.
Is an Immigration Evaluation an Investment?
An Immigration evaluation should be considered an investment into the possible future you and your family would have if permitted to stay in the United States.
As the daughter of an immigrant, I will do my best within my professional guidelines to give a comprehensive Immigration evaluation.
Our Appointment Cancellation Policy
Your and my time are valuable.
I request that you provide me with a two (2) day notice for the cancellation or rescheduling of an appointment.
If you do not cancel a session two (2) days in advance and do not attend, you will be charged an additional fee of $200 for a one-hour appointment or $400 for a two-hour appointment. The fee for a missed session is due at the time of the next scheduled appointment. However, exceptions to this policy (e.g., severe illness and family death) will be evaluated case by case.