Liz B. Craig, LICSW is a licensed clinical social worker with over fifteen years of experience. She has particular expertise in working with adults with mental health issues and with immigrants.
Ms. Craig conducts psychosocial evaluations for clients who are facing a variety of immigration-related legal issues. Ms. Craig’s psychological evaluations are based on an extensive interview and include a narrative that describes the personal and family history of the applicant or relevant family members. Her evaluations provide a detailed analysis of hardship factors which may include domestic abuse, mental cruelty or the psychological impact of torture or other mistreatment. Her reports provide critical support to requests for waivers of inadmissability, cancellation of removal, domestic abuse self-petitions, asylum applications, or exercises of discretion in immigration cases. When warranted, assessments include a precise diagnosis from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders and supporting analysis.