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Going through the immigration process is one of the most challenging and stressful times a couple can face. Add the additional stressors of life (work, kids, household chores, etc.) and it can quickly become overwhelming. For this reason, many people decide on their own or with the advice of their attorneys to seek out therapy to help them through the most difficult time of their lives. 

I have had the privilege of working with people going through the immigration process since 2009 and would love the opportunity to work with you if you are struggling through your situation. In addition to helping you cope with the stressors associated with this case, I am able to provide a hardship evaluation which you can include in your waiver petition packet. My letters provide valuable information needed in many immigration cases and have been found helpful by attorneys across Illinois. I speak English & Spanish and am flexible with scheduling in order to meet your needs. I look forward to working with you soon!

How to get started? What to expect?


Call 312-586-8721 to inquire about immigration services and set up an initial appointment. You will be asked to provide some initial information over the telephone to help us evaluate if we can serve you effectively. You may then schedule an initial evaluation session which provides an opportunity for you to meet your counselor and provide him/her with some background about yourself. In addition, the mental health counselor will be able to answer your questions regarding services, fees, confidentiality and what to expect throughout the therapeutic or evaluative process.


What to expect from the therapeutic process is similar to individual or family therapy. You and your mental health counselor will decide on a mutually agreed-upon time and frequency for sessions.


The scheduling process for evaluations varies. Most commonly, we will schedule the required four sessions and any subsequent sessions. After the fourth session, your counselor will provide you, and your legal team when applicable, a realist

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