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Uma avaliação psicológica permanece como um componente fundamental no processo de imigração

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A assistente social clínica licenciada (LCSW) Claudia Rivas fornece uma avaliação psicológica especializada que ajuda os clientes a realizar seus sonhos e a ficar com suas famílias.

Em busca de pastagens mais verdes, muitas pessoas optam por migrar para terras estrangeiras com melhores oportunidades. Eles consideram que todos os desafios e tensões que irão enfrentar no processo de imigração e na adaptação real de outra cultura, no final valem a pena. No entanto, a transição pode ser ainda mais complicada caso eles busquem status legal nos Estados Unidos.

Além de oferecer psicoterapia, Claudia Rivas, LCSW também apóia famílias e indivíduos realizando sua avaliação psicológica de imigração. Ela está nessa área há 17 anos e tem trabalhado com muitos advogados diferentes nos Estados Unidos. Ela também se formou com um mestrado em Serviço Social Clínico pela New York University (NYU), um mestrado em psicologia aplicada pela Fairfield University (CT) e ela recebeu um Ph.D. Honorário. Doutor em Psicanálise pela Southern California University de Professional Studies.

Compreendendo que experiências variadas de imigração, exílio e deslocamento podem ser opressoras, ela se certifica de ajudar a aliviar os desafios emocionais e sociais de seus clientes por meio de sua experiência. “Meu conhecimento profissional e pessoal da identidade multinacional me torna especialmente sensível às questões de individualidade e ajuste cultural”, disse ela.

Uma avaliação psicológica de imigração ajuda os tribunais de imigração a determinar se um indivíduo poderá permanecer legalmente no país. Portanto, a avaliação abrangente deve ser conduzida por um especialista que compreenda os fatores complexos envolvidos nos casos de imigração. Isso pode ajudar tremendamente o advogado a apoiar o caso com o valor exaustivo que ele deve oferecer.

Como alguém que vivenciou a imigração em primeira mão, Claudia pode se relacionar com a situação de seus clientes. Ela é, portanto, capaz de trazer uma presença amigável e reconfortante para todo o seu trabalho como psicoterapeuta habilidosa em prática privada. “Grande parte da minha carreira é sobre alcançar as pessoas em suas lutas com esses problemas, ressonando com sua frustração, dor e ambivalência”, acrescentou ela. Em alta consideração por seu bem-estar, ela cuidadosamente passa pelo processo de avaliação psicológica para se certificar de que seus clientes tenham uma visão completa e gerenciem suas expectativas. A avaliação inclui entrevistas em profundidade. Os clientes em potencial podem ter certeza de que sua avaliação incluirá todos os históricos médicos, sociais e psicológicos relevantes exigidos pelas autoridades. A importância de que a avaliação psicológica seja preparada por um profissional experiente que deve estar familiarizado com os requisitos exclusivos do Padrão de Dificuldade Extrema usado nas solicitações de isenção I-601 e I-601a não pode ser exagerada. Para saber mais sobre os serviços de Claudia, visite seu site em https://claudiaribaslcsw.com agora.

Sobre Claudia Ribas, LCSW Claudia Ribas é especialista em Laudo Psicológico para Imigrantes. Ela trabalha com imigrantes e suas famílias de qualquer país. Suas entrevistas de avaliação são feitas por meio de questionário, enviado por e-mail, e entrevista por vídeo telessaúde.

Como se Manter Motivado? Estou me sentindo preso!

Refugees People With Luggage Walking In A Row

Por Claudia Ribas LCSW

 

Você está se sentindo preso? Você está sentindo sentimentos que podem ser tristeza e frustração? E existem motivos genuínos para sentir essas coisas hoje em dia!! Talvez você esteja começando a sentir mais profunda tristeza ou depressão – isso pode nos fazer se sentir paralisado. Seus sintomas e sentimentos podem estar relacionados a muitas coisas – uma luta física, emocional ou talvez uma combinação. Não se preocupe – seja o que for, existem maneiras de aliviar sua dor e resolver o problema. Pode ser que o medo tenha dominado – a pandemia está deixando todo mundo um pouco nervoso; o medo pode nos deixar paralisados e às vezes é como a tristeza! Talvez oque possa lhe ajudar e desenvolver goals … pequenas metas no início. Cada vez que você atinge um goal (meta); você pode ter aquela explosão de bons sentimentos que nos ajudam a nos impulsionar para o próximo destino. Às vezes, a tristeza estagnada que você descreve vem de coisas que podemos mudar por conta própria e, às vezes, precisamos de ajuda. Se o estabelecimento de metas parecer muito difícil, muito assustador ou apenas uma má ideia, não tenha medo de pedir ajuda!! Amigos, um terapista de confiança, um parente – todas essas pessoas podem ajudá-lo enquanto você trabalha nisso. Você já fez algo para se “desvencilhar” só de conseguir perceber a sua situação!! Isso por si só é algo de que se orgulhar e talvez o primeiro passo, no início, para se sentir melhor. Lembre-se, se você acha que de alguma forma é muito triste para administrar, procure ajuda imediatamente. Você pode ligar para qualquer profissional ou até mesmo para o 911 em caso de emergência. Mas, novamente, você já começou a cura – você estendeu a mão e começou. Terei prazer em conversar com você sobre maneiras de entender o que está acontecendo e outras maneiras de ajudá-lo a superar isso. E tenha em mente que muitas, muitas pessoas estão lutando agora – este tem sido um ano irritante, frustrante e assustador. Seja gentil e carinhoso consigo mesmo.

Por Claudia Ribas LCSW

A Psychological Evaluation Remains as a Fundamental Component in the Immigration Process

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Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) Claudia Rivas provides an expert psychological assessment that helps clients follow their dreams and stay with their families.

In search of greener pastures, many people opt to migrate to foreign lands with better opportunities. They deem that all the challenges and stress that they will face in the immigration process and actual adaptation of another culture would be worth it in the end. However, the transition can be further complicated should they pursue legal status in the United States.

Aside from providing psychotherapy, Claudia Rivas, LCSW also supports families and individuals by conducting their immigration psychological assessment. She has been in this field for the past 17 years and has been working with many different lawyers in the U.S. She also graduated with a Master of Arts Degree in Clinical Social Work from New York University (NYU), a master’s in applied psychology from Fairfield University (CT) and she received an Honorary Ph.D. in Psychoanalysis from Southern California University from Professional Studies.

Understanding that varying experiences of immigration, exile, and displacement can be overwhelming, she makes sure to help ease the emotional and social challenges of her clients through her expertise. “My professional and personal knowledge of multinational identity makes me especially sensitive to issues of cultural selfhood and adjustment,” she said.

An immigration psychological evaluation helps immigration courts determine whether an individual will be able to lawfully stay in the country. Therefore, the comprehensive evaluation must be conducted by an expert who understands the complex factors involved in immigration cases. This can tremendously help the lawyer support the case with the exhaustive value it should provide.

As someone who experienced immigration firsthand, Claudia can relate to the situation of her clients. She is therefore capable of bringing a friendly and comforting presence to all her work as a skilled psychotherapist in private practice. “Much of my career is about reaching people in their struggles with these issues, resonating with their frustration, pain, and ambivalence,” she added. In high consideration of their well-being, she carefully goes through the process of the psychological evaluation to make sure that her clients get to see the full picture and manage their expectations.

The evaluation includes in-depth interviews. Potential clients can be assured that their assessment will include all relevant medical, social, and psychological history required by the authorities. The importance of having the psychological assessment be prepared by an experienced practitioner who must be familiar with the unique requirements of the Extreme Difficulty Standard used in the I-601 and I-601a exemption applications cannot be overstated. To know more about Claudia’s services, visit her website at https://claudiaribaslcsw.com now.

About Claudia Ribas, LCSW

Claudia Ribas specializes in Psychological Reports for Immigrants. She works with immigrants and their families from any country. Her assessment interviews are done by a questionnaire, which is sent via email, and an interview through video telehealth. 

Immigration project approved by the Chamber

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Immigration project approved by the Chamber

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The House passed two immigration bills that set a path to citizenship for millions of people. This project aims to restore humanity and American values ​​to the immigration system. The first bill would impact children illegally brought into the country. About 2.5 million people who arrived in the US as children would become eligible for citizenship. This bill would eventually allow most undocumented immigrants to become citizens. Currently, around 4,500 children are in the custody of Customs and Border Protection. In the first week of Joe Biden’s presidency, his efforts to reverse former President Donald Trump’s tight US immigration policies were successful. The new executive policies change Trump’s zero-tolerance policy, which has resulted in the separation of many families. Immigrant rights activists have insisted that the Biden administration allow affected families to be reunited. He had promised to stop most deportations for 100 days. About Biden, more unaccompanied children are being allowed to stay in the US. 2. The second bill is the Agricultural Labor Force Modernization Law. The new law would provide a way for agricultural workers to attain legal status. It is estimated that at least half of the 2.4 million rural workers are illegally in the US. Through this bill, the US will provide farmworkers with important labor protections and legal rights that they never had before and that they desperately need today. Democrats supported the bill, and most Republicans opposed it. Votes from at least 10 Senate Republicans are required to pass the legislation. The bipartisan immigration deal is seen as one of the top priorities of the Biden administration. Democratic-led states and immigration groups fought in court in cases related to US immigration policies.

Visas and Immigration in 2021 Under the Biden Administration – Update

The Biden Administration took office on January 20, 2021. Many executive orders have been executed since that date, some of which directly change the manner of handling immigration matters.  However, the U.S. and the world are still dealing with the global pandemic, and this directly affects submissions, filings, and consular appointments.  This update provides a list […]

Psychological Evaluations for Immigration

Psychological Evaluations for Immigration A comprehensive, expert evaluation conducted by a psychologist can help keep you from being deported. Have you lost an I-601 hardship waiver case, asylum case, criminal deportation case, or a VAWA Abused Spouse case? Do you lack documentation to prove hardship, abuse, or mental health issues? If you’re struggling with the […]

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Brazilian immigrants to the U.S

Brazilian immigrants to the US

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Changes in U.S. immigration law made it more difficult for Brazilians to obtain tourist visas, a standard mode of entry that often resulted in overstaying to work illegally in the U.S. The Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 also made it more difficult for people who had previously entered the country illegally to enter legally. As a result of these policy reforms, the number of Brazilians illegally entering the United States via the US-Mexico border has increased.

Many who return to Brazil cite finances and curiosity as reasons for their migration. Many that stay in the United States are assisted by a system of transnational religious and social networks. The reasons for migration are not solely economic; they are influenced by several interconnected and nuanced factors, including adventure, interest, the cultural impact of the United States, family members, education, and escape.

One of the problems that the state's rising Brazilian population of legal and illegal immigrants’ faces is stolen labor. Many Brazilians are caught in a legal bind due to a lack of documentation. Others with qualifications, such as medical care, must take more menial jobs due to the high cost and complicated certification process. One of the Brazilians entered the Brazilian Immigration Center in Boston wearing work clothes and a white-painted mask. He, like so many others, was seeking assistance in receiving his salary. His new employer hadn't paid him in 40 days, which wasn't the first time he'd gone without pay.

Like most other immigrant communities, Brazilians arrive in the country with a renewed desire to succeed. Fresh new ideas can be generated as a result, which can help to fuel an entrepreneurial push. Many young Brazilians move to the United States. The explicit goal of working, often with a high degree of expertise already education, is essential. The migrant may already be fluent in English. Furthermore, Brazilians currently feel relatively at ease in the city, finding that Anglo Americans often see them better than other immigrant groups. This all makes it easier for Brazil's integration into Greater Boston's and the United States' consumer economies States are divided into two categories.

Brazilian immigrants at US-Mexico border:

The Brazilian immigrant community may be underestimating the challenges they will face in the coming years. The issue of immigration status, which is widely assumed to be the most significant obstacle for Brazilian immigrants, is just one of many challenges that Brazilians will face. The unidentified, unaccounted for, mostly come from lower socioeconomic backgrounds and face even more significant obstacles to inclusion in Brazil and the United States, where legal barriers exist. (Lazar-Neto et al., 2017).

Additional racial and socioeconomic barriers may emerge. Light-skinned Brazilians, for example, have almost universally found that they stand out aesthetically as non-white and alien to white North Americans. This does not, however, imply that the Brazilian is doomed to poverty. Indeed, if Brazilians organize themselves around issues relevant to a just society and a more inclusive world, as they are already doing around immigration-related issues, they will achieve their goals. The future seems to be much more promising. The Brazilian government's biggest problem is, without a doubt, the immigrant culture revolves around the relationships that they must establish with their neighbors. (Lazar-Neto et al., 2017).

Lazar-Neto, F., Louzada, A. C. S., de Moura, R. F., Calixto, F. M., & Castro, M. C. (2017). Depression and Its Correlates Among Brazilian Immigrants in Massachusetts, USA. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 20(4), 832–840.

Law for immigrant in the United States

Law for immigrant and Brazilian in the United States   The rules established by the United States federal government for determining who can enter the country and for how long they can be known as immigration laws. According to the United States Constitution, Congress has the exclusive authority to legislate in the field of immigration. […]

Leis de imigração e imigração dos Estados Unidos:

  As regras estabelecidas pelo governo federal dos Estados Unidos para determinar quem tem permissão para entrar no país e por quanto tempo essa pessoa pode permanecer são conhecidas como lei de imigração.  O Congresso tem autoridade exclusiva para legislar no campo da imigração, de acordo com a Constituição dos Estados Unidos.  As leis de […]