Information on Immigration Evaluations
What is the process for an immigration evaluation?
Typically, clients meet with me for three hours and two sessions (two 90-minute sessions) within a week of each other. During these meetings, we discuss the client’s history, education, employment, physical and mental health, social life, daily circumstances, and impairments.
Are the sessions in person or virtual?
I primarily meet with clients via telehealth via a secure video call. However, I can meet in-person on a case-by-case basis in the San Gabriel Valley and the Inland Empire.
What type of immigration evaluations do you provide?
I conduct evaluations for Asylum, Extreme Hardship Waivers, U-Visas, and VAWA (Violence Against Women Act).
Do you provide samples of your work?
I can provide your attorney with a redacted sample of my work.
Do you provide expert witness testimony?
Currently, I only provide mental health evaluations and written reports. I am not available to serve as an expert witness.
How long does it take for the report to be ready?
The approximate turnaround time for reports is two weeks after we complete our two sessions. Expedited reports are available with a “rush fee.”
How much do you charge for immigration evaluations?
The price depends on the type of evaluation that you require.