Immigration Services

 U VISA

Specializing in U Visa Assessments and Reports for Immigration Court

I have 10 years of experience working with immigration attorneys with a success rate of 98%. 


The U nonimmigrant status (U visa) is set aside for victims of certain crimes who have suffered mental or physical abuse and are helpful to law enforcement or government officials in the investigation or prosecution of criminal activity.


Political Asylum


It is often the case that the asylum-seeker has been subjected to abuse and mistreatment in his/her home country.  As a result, the asylum-seeker has probably developed psychological problems, including depressive disorders and/or a post-traumatic stress disorder. 

My job is to assess whether the asylum-seeker continues to suffer from psychological symptoms after arriving in the U.S. The report makes recommendations for treatment, as well as reviews the individual's specific psychological problems and how they came about. 


Extreme hardship


Sometimes, in order to obtain a benefit from the Immigration Service, or to win in Immigration Court, a non-citizen must show "exceptional hardship" to his/her US-citizen/lawful permanent resident family, such as a spouse or child.  If one of the parents is a non-citizen who is about to be deported by an Immigration Court, it may be possible to cancel the deportation (called "cancellation of removal") by showing, among other things, that it would be an extreme hardship to the family if the foreign-born parent were deported. A mental health assessment can help establish the type and severity of hardship the individual family members would suffer.  Spousal abuse In cases where a man or woman from a foreign country marries a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident of the United States, and that person is then abused by his/her spouse, the abused foreign spouse may be able to obtain permanent residency in some cases. The abused foreign spouse must first prove verbal, physical, sexual, or psychological abuse. A good assessment and evaluation report will assess the characteristics of the abuse, the frequency of the abuse, and the impact the abuse has had on the foreign spouse. The evaluator's report will present an impartial analysis of the abuse and its impact on the victim.  I will document all of these hardships, and can hopefully tip the scales of justice in favor of cancellation of deportation.         


Spousal abuse


In cases where a man or woman from a foreign country marries a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident of the United States, and that person is then abused by his/her spouse, the abused foreign spouse may be able to obtain permanent residency in some cases. The abused foreign spouse must first prove verbal, physical, sexual, or psychological abuse.  An evaluation will assess the characteristics of the abuse, the frequency of the abuse, and the impact the abuse has had on the foreign spouse. I will represent an impartial analysis of the abuse and its impact on the victim in the report. 

affordable AND reasonable Fees For Immigration services

$1200.00 FOR Biopsychosocial assessment and report