Who is qualified to do the N-648 citizenship examination waiver?
USCIS requires that the N-648 evaluation and form are completed by a medical doctor, a doctor in osteopathy, or a doctor in clinical psychology. The doctor who completes the N-648 evaluation and form must be licensed in the state where the client is physically located at the time of the evaluation.
What is the process for citizenship examination waiver N-648?
Before the immigration psychological evaluation, you will be informed about the process and costs. You will be asked to sign consents and releases that permit sharing the results with your attorney. You will then be scheduled for your immigration psychological evaluation, which will likely entail several hours of work. You will undergo psychological interviews and testing.
Then, the N-648 form and a psychological report will be prepare summarizing the results of the evaluation.
What happens after the evaluation for citizenship examination waiver N-648?
After you have completed the immigration psychological evaluation, you will receive the completed N-648 form and a psychological report summarizing the results of the evaluation.
The N-648 and psychological report will be sent to you and your attorney for review.
How do immigration psychologists and immigration attorneys work together?
Immigration psychologists and Immigration Attorneys have a working relationship that must protect the independence of opinion and the objectivity of each professional.
Immigration psychologists must understand rules of admissibility to determine whether the testing and procedures used are valid and reliable enough to stand the scrutiny of the court and other experts. Immigration psychologists must understand how to provide testimony as required by the case.
How can I contact an immigration psychologist?
Immigration Psychology, Inc. has Florida immigration psychologists, North Carolina immigration psychologists, South Carolina immigration psychologists, and experts in other states.
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