U (Non-Immigrant) Visa Petitions: Psychosocial Evaluations

Presented by Mark Silver

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Course Description

Length: 1h 3min    Published: 5/13/2016    
Non-immigrant U-Visas are intended for individuals who have been the victim of a crime, have assisted the police and/or District Attorney's Office with the prosecution of the criminal, and have suffered physical and/or psychological harm as a result of the crime. In this program, Mark Silver outlines the major criteria of the U-visa category. Mr. Silver then explains the various relevant psychosocial factors in this brand of visa application. Mr. Silver finishes the program with an in-depth explanation of the evaluation process and why such evaluations may be necessary for proper and comprehensive representation of the client.

Learning Objectives:

I. Comprehend major background issues and criteria of the U (Non-Immigrant) Visa

II. Identify important psychosocial factors necessary in completing an evaluation of this petition

III. Recognize the types of harm that qualify the petitioner for this Visa category

Learning Objectives
* dentify important psychosocial factors necessary in completing an evaluation of a U-Visa petition
* Recognize the types of harm that qualify the petitioner for this Visa category
* Understand the major background issues and criteria of the U-Visa

Speaker Q&A

Presented By:

Mark Silver

225 Broadway, Suite 715, NY, NY 10007

915.608.1346

marksilver1@cs.com

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"Very articulate speaker. Presented a great deal of information in an interesting way."

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