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A comprehensive clinical evaluation conducted by a licensed mental health professional with years of experience and approved by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) can make a big difference in your case. An expert clinical evaluation can help in cases such as Cancellation of Removal, Petitions to Remove Conditions on Residence, Political Asylum, and even Applications for Naturalization when the individual has been found to lack good moral character due to a substance or other mental health related disorders. However, there are three types of cases in which an evaluation indicating the presence of a mental condition is very likely to help your immigration case: extreme hardship, domestic abuse and victims of crime.
The best immigration attorneys refer their clients to licensed mental health professionals who are experienced in assessment of personality and mental health disorders and who can provide professionally written reports and expert witness testimony on behalf of their clients. The best clinical evaluators have dual education, abroad and in the United States, are fully licensed and legally able to emit a clinical diagnosis in the State of Georgia. An excellent clinical evaluator is culturally and linguistically competent and possesses extensive experience working with immigrant populations from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds.
Ms. Rocio Del Milagro Woody, (LCSW) is a Licensed Psychotherapist, Nationally Certified Master Addictions Counselor and Adjunct Professor at Kennesaw State University in the Master of Social Work Program. Ms. Woody completed four years of college education in Lima, Peru before relocating to the United States. In Georgia, she completed her course work for English for Foreign Students at Georgia Tech and she graduated with Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and a Master of Social Work degree with honors both the University of Georgia (UGA).
Ms. Woody is an expert on her field and she is recommended by most of the best immigration law firms in the State of Georgia and in the United States. She has served on the Unlicensed Practice of Law (UPL) District-4 Committee of the Georgia Supreme Court from 2004-2010 (twice appointed) and she currently serves on the State-Wide UPL Standing Committee of the Georgia Supreme Court. In 2013, she was appointed by Governor Nathan Deal to serve on the State of Georgia Board of Corrections
For your client's convenience, we are able to conduct clinical evaluations via Skype. To get started, please have your client fill out the following electronic form and we will contact them as soon as possible.