Hardship Psychological Evaluations (also known as Form I-601 or I601-A)
Dr. Azzam expertly addresses issues of extreme hardship to the applicant, or to a relative who is a United States citizen or United States lawful permanent resident (Green Card holder).
These specific psychological immigration evaluations are a crucial piece of evidence to show how a United States citizen or lawful permanent resident (LPR) relative would suffer various forms of extreme hardship (unique and specific to their own situations) if they were to be separated from the applicant.
This separation would be discussed in detail based on two scenarios; ongoing separation where the United States citizen or LPR would remain in the United States while the applicant returns to their country of origin, or where the United States citizen or LPR would relocate with the applicant from the United States to the applicant’s country of origin to remain together.
For further information on the Hardship Waiver I-601 and/or I601-A process, you can visit the USCIS website here.