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Indiana Immigration Evaluations

We know how important your immigration case is.
Let us tell
your story and deliver an expert assessment
of your mental health.

Willow Grove Wellness is a leading provider of immigration psychosocial and mental health evaluations in Indiana. We are located just outside of Columbus, Indiana, but provide evaluations exclusively via a secure video call. This means we can assist you from anywhere in the state. 

Our clinicians are fully licensed in the state of Indiana and ready to provide you with a high quality, objective psychosocial report for your immigration case. 


If you or your client are in Indiana and need and Immigration Evaluation, call now to get started.

Our administrative team is fluent in English and Spanish. If you would like to receive a scheduling call in any other language, please text us at 317-426-1847 with your preferred language and we will call you using a phone interpreter. 

Our coverage area includes the following major (and not so major) cities:

Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Evansville, South Bend, Carmel, Fishers, Bloomington, Hammond, Gary, Lafayette, Muncie, Noblesville, Terre Haute, Greenwood, Kokomo, Anderson, Elkhart, Mishawaka, West Lafayette, Lawrence, Columbus, Jeffersonville, Westfield, New Albany, Portage, Richmond, Merrillville, Goshen, Plainfield, Valparaiso, Michigan City, Granger, Crown Point, Schererville, Hobart, East Chicago, Zionsville, Marion, Brownsburg, Franklin, Munster, Greenfield, Highland, Clarksville, La Porte, Seymour, Shelbyville, St. John, Avon, Logansport

Being involved in Immigration proceedings can be stressful and emotional. We strive to create a welcoming environment where you feel safe to participate fully in the evaluation process.

Types of Cases:
  • Hardship Waivers

  • Cancellation of Removal

  • VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) and Spousal Abuse 

  • U-Visas 

  • T-Visas 

  • Asylum 

About the Evaluator:

Jessica Jacobs, LCSW specializes in understanding the impact of trauma. She has conducted mental health assessments with more than 150 survivors of violence. READ MORE>>

What's included:
  • Consultation with your attorney

  • 2-3 Clinical Interview Sessions totaling approximately 4-5 hours

  • A professional interpreter if needed

  • Review of relevant documents (medical records, police reports, legal documents, etc.)

  • Diagnostic screening tools based on your individual case

  • Diagnosis (if applicable) and clinical interpretation

  • Recommendations and referrals for ongoing care

  • A polished final report, usually 12-18 pages in length

Have more questions? Contact us at 317-426-1847 or

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