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Immigration Extreme Hardship

If you are facing potential deportation or removal and believe that returning to your home country would result in extreme hardship for you and your family, our experienced immigration team is here to help. Our Immigration Extreme Hardship Evaluation is a critical step in presenting a strong case to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to demonstrate that your deportation would cause significant and undue hardship to your qualifying relatives, compelling them to remain in the United States.


An Extreme Hardship Evaluation involves a comprehensive assessment of your unique circumstances to determine if there are exceptional and compelling reasons for you to be granted relief from deportation or removal. It focuses on the impact that your removal would have on your qualifying relatives who are U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents.
About the Evaluation

Our Immigration Extreme Hardship Evaluation assesses the potential impact of deportation on qualifying relatives, identifying compelling reasons to seek relief from removal. Expect a thorough examination of hardship factors and personalized guidance to strengthen your case for extreme hardship relief before USCIS.

Initial Consultation › Identify Qualifying Relatives › Evaluation of Hardship Factors › Customized Documentation Persuasive › Argumentation
Our Evaluation Process:
  1. Initial Consultation: We begin with an in-depth initial consultation to understand your situation, listen to your concerns, and gather relevant information about your family and life in the United States.
  2. Identifying Qualifying Relatives: Our immigration experts will work with you to identify qualifying relatives, such as spouses, parents, or children who are U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents.
  3. Evaluation of Hardship Factors: We assess various hardship factors, including financial, medical, educational, and emotional hardships that would be faced by your qualifying relatives if you were deported.
  4. Customized Documentation: Based on our evaluation, we assist you in gathering the necessary documentation and evidence to support your extreme hardship claim.
  5. Persuasive Argumentation: Our experienced attorneys craft a compelling argument that highlights the extreme hardship your qualifying relatives would face, presenting a strong case to USCIS.