When an individual faces deportation, it can cause emotional and psychological hardship on their family. Sometimes an Immigration evaluation can support your
petition to keep your loved one from being deported.
This office conducts Extreme Hardship evaluations, which includes an in-depth hardship assessment using both clinical interview and objective mental health tests and assessments to produce the best evidence to support your petition.
An Extreme Hardship Evaluation is often performed for a non-citizen or the non-citizen’s spouse, fiancée, parent, or child. This evaluation would identify the ways in which a non-citizen or non-citizen’s family would suffer psychologically, physically and emotionally if the non-citizen was deported or not allowed to enter the country.
Common concerns include psychological stressors, emotional hardship such as depression, anxiety, health concerns and financial challenges.