T Visa Psychological Evaluations

Dr. Azzam expertly assesses the emotional, psychological, and physical (if applicable) impact of having been the victim of human trafficking.  T Visas can be granted to victims of human trafficking and their immediate families if they agree to assist law enforcement in testifying against their perpetrators.

Another crucial piece of this evaluation is that an applicant must demonstrate that they would endure unusual and/or severe harm if they were to be deported from the United States.  This can include the age and personal circumstances of the T Visa applicant, serious physical and/or mental illnesses the applicant might suffer because treatment is unavailable in their country of origin, a high likelihood for revictimization, and/or the reasonable expectation that the trafficker/perpetrators would punish the survivor upon returning to their country of origin.

For further information on the T Visa process, you can visit the USCIS website here.

Other immigration evaluation services:

Asylum

Cancellation of removal

Extreme hardship waivers

Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) / Spousal abuse

Victims of Crime (or U Visa)

Victims of Human Trafficking (or T Visa)