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Immigration Mental Health Evaluations




The immigration evaluation, also referred to as a mental health evaluation, is a critical assessment that aims to evaluate the psychological aspects of individuals seeking immigration. It's a highly personalized evaluation that takes into account the unique experiences of each individual. A complete evaluation may require at least two sessions due to its multiple components.





It's a crucial tool that helps diagnose emotional, behavioral, or developmental disorders and plays a significant role in supporting immigration cases. The evaluation covers various aspects such as medical and family history, social and environmental influences, school or work concerns, and emotional and cognitive strengths and weaknesses. An immigration evaluation, also known as a mental health evaluation, is conducted to assess the psychological aspects of individuals seeking immigration.

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