Immigration evaluations are psychological assessments conducted for individuals who are seeking immigration to another country. The evaluation typically includes an interview, standardized psychological tests, and a review of relevant medical and mental health records. The purpose of the evaluation is to assess the individual's mental and emotional stability, as well as their ability to adjust to living in a new country. The results of the evaluation are used by immigration authorities to determine the individual's eligibility for immigration.
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