Get a free psychological evaluation to document evidence of torture
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More than 1,200 health professionals in PHR’s Asylum Network offer pro bono psychological and physical evaluations to document evidence of torture and other abuse for people fleeing persecution in their home countries. In order to request an evaluation, asylum seekers should ahve their lawyer fill out the forensic evaluation request form and submit it at least eight weeks before the affidavit is required. Prior to the evaluation of a client, lawyers will need to provide the health professional with a copy of their client’s affidavit, prior medical records, and any other relevant information.
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The forensic evaluation request form needs to reach PHR at least eight weeks before the affidavit is required. Due to the heavy demand for forensic evaluations, PHR cannot guarantee securing an evaluation for every case. The probability that your case will be placed increases with advance notice. Lawyers will be responsible for contacting the health professional and making an appointment for their client. Lawyers also will be responsible for securing an interpreter if their client needs one for the evaluation.
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