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    Understanding the Different Types of Immigration Evaluations

    If you’re going through the immigration process, you may need to undergo an evaluation. This post breaks down the different types of immigration evaluations and what they entail.

    Immigrating to a new country can be a complex and challenging process, and part of that process may involve undergoing an immigration evaluation. However, these evaluations can take many different forms, depending on the specific requirements of your immigration case. In this post, we’ll explore the different types of immigration evaluations and what you can expect from each one.

    Psychosocial Evaluations

    Psychosocial evaluations are often required for immigration cases that involve mental health issues or concerns. Licensed mental health professionals conduct these evaluations, including interviews, psychological testing, and a review of medical records. The evaluation aims to assess the individual’s mental health status and determine if they are fit to immigrate to the new country. This type of evaluation may be required for individuals with a history of mental illness, substance abuse, or other psychological conditions. 

    These psychosocial immigration evaluations are:

    Hardship Evaluations


    Political Asylum Cases

    Spousal/Partner Abuse Cases