In extreme hardship cases, a citizen of the United States is related to a person that could be deported from the United States.
The purpose of this evaluation is to explain the hardship that the citizen of the United States will experience if the related person is to be deported
In these type of cases, a person often immigrates to the United States under a fiancé visa and marries the U.S. citizen. During their relationship, the U.S. citizen becomes abusive. The immigrant leaves the relationship and petition to remain in the United States.
In asylum cases, the individual had been exposed to significant torture or abuse in their country and fleet the country to the United States.
The purpose of these evaluations is to determine how the individual has been impacted by this event.
In these type of cases, an immigrant is a victim of a crime (i.e. trafficking, sexual assault) in the United States. . The immigrant also collaborates with law enforcement officials in the investigation of the criminal.
The purpose of this evaluation is to assess how the crime has impacted the individual.
In these cases, an immigrant is applying for U.. citizenship and needs to request to be exempt from the English testing requirements.
The purpose of this evaluation is to assess for mental health conditions that impair the immigrant's ability to take the U.S. citizenship exam.
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