Hardship evaluation is a report written by a mental health professional in relation to a pending immigration case.
The process of evaluation aims to predict the hardship or psychological distress that would be experienced by a US citizen as a result of the removal of the non-permanent resident relative from the US.
The process often starts with a referral from an immigration attorney, although we also accept self-referred clients.
Our evaluations are comprehensive, based on the interviews with the citizen-client and other family members who can provide information about the psychological state of the client.
We also analyze additional documents that could provide valuable information, such as prior medical records.