U Visa Psychological Evaluations

Dr. Azzam expertly evaluates the psychological effects (and/or physical effects, if applicable) of being the victim of a serious crime.

A primary requirement of a U Visa is that the victim of the crime cooperates with the police or other authorities reporting the crime, and that they also follow-up with law enforcement, if requested to do so.  This applies even in situations where the individual who committed the crime is unknown and/or is not caught by law enforcement.

Please speak to your attorney about what qualifies as a crime.  Generally though, some examples of qualifying crimes include, but are not limited to:

  • Assault
  • Blackmail
  • False imprisonment
  • Involuntary servitude
  • Murder
  • Perjury
  • Robbery
  • Sexual assault
  • Torture

 

For further information about the U 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)