U (Non-Immigrant) Visa Petitions: Psychosocial Evaluations

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U (Non-Immigrant) Visa Petitions: Psychosocial Evaluations
U (Non-Immigrant) Visa Petitions: Psychosocial Evaluations

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Course Description

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

Length: 1hr 2min

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Very articulate speaker. Presented a great deal of information in an interesting way.
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Meet the Lecturer(s)

Mark Silver

MARK S. SILVER is a lawyer and New York State Licensed Clinical Social Worker, with a doctorate in psychology and a post-graduate certificate in family therapy. He is the author of several publications. Since 2002, Mark has worked as a consultant for law firms throughout the United States conducting psychosocial evaluations and writing formal reports in forensic and mitigation immigration and criminal cases. He has worked with thousands of clients from over forty countries on various individual, family, and mental health issues related to criminal conduct and deportation. He has also provided expert testimony in many of these cases in Immigration Court and lectures to lawyers throughout the United States on a wide range of forensic issues with case samples. He can be reached at MarkSilver1@cs.com or 917-608-1346.


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