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How does a clinical evaluation strengthen an immigration case?
There are many ways in which a psychosocial evaluation can strengthen a client’s asylum or other type of immigration case. Listed below are a few: Corroboration of a client’s story by an outside source Provide detailed explanation of a client’s mental … Continue reading
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I often conduct hardship evaluations, during which I assess the negative impact U.S. citizen family members would suffer if their relative was deported. Usually, this is a parent and/or spouse. I assess the emotional and financial impact a deportation would … Continue reading
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