You are here because you are interested in writing expert immigration evaluations. 


Welcome Friends! 


My name is Juan Santos, I’m a Licensed Professional Counselor and consultant. I specialize in providing immigration evaluations. In this training series, you will be trained by me, a clinician, and my colleague immigration attorney, Alexander Eiffe.


CLICK HERE to join clinicians just like who are interested or are currently working in immigration evaluations.


Joining gives you access to the QUICK START GUIDE to writing powerful hardship evaluations. Each month, you will receive resources that are aimed at helping you build your immigration practice, work with immigration attorneys, increase revenue, and write expert hardship evaluations.

In the training you will learn to:


Understand common types of immigration cases. 

Write effective and strong immigration evaluations.

Build your revenue by expanding as much as ($2,000 per month)

The process of writing the immigration evaluation.

Working with the client from start to finish.

The legal language in immigration law.


If this sounds like something that you find value in, let’s get started. At this moment, we are providing training through the course. If you are interested in one-one support please email me ( subject: Immigration Training.

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My name is Juan Santos and I am professional counselor and consultant at Santos Counseling PLLC, a private practice that focuses on supporting individuals, couples and families overcome emotional challenges. I was born in the Dominican Republic and grew up in Greensboro, North Carolina. I received my B.S. of Science in Kinesiology degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and my Masters in Rehabilitation Counseling from Winston Salem State University. Currently, I am attending the University of the Cumberland’s where I am completing my Doctorate degree in counseling education and supervision. For close to five years, I have been working with immigration attorneys supporting individuals and families with immigration mental health evaluations.

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My name is Alexander Eiffe and I was born in Bogota, Colombia and grew up in North Carolina.  After attending UNC-Chapel Hill for my B.A. in Philosophy I obtained my Juris Doctorate from Villanova University School of law.  I have been licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey since 2010, and in North Carolina since 2011.  I am also admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, the Middle District of North Carolina, and the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.  I have been practicing almost exclusively immigration law since 2012.  To date, I have represented citizens and nationals of over 50 different countries.  While our office predominantly handles family-based immigration we also handle removal defense and employment-based cases.

Training Details:


This training was created to help clinicians learn how to write effective evaluations that demonstrate a level of expert work. Clinicians will learn how immigration law connects to the clinical practice. The training provides clinicians with knowledge in the common cases that they will work with as well as how to best represent the client while working with the attorney. 

The training educates clinicians to understand common immigration cases (U-Visa, VAWA, T-Visa, DACA, Cancellation of Removal, Asylum, and Extreme Hardship Waivers) that counselors may be exposed to, the role of the counselor and attorney during the collaborative relationship, guidance in working with the client from the initial phone call to the evaluation or testimonial, an inside look at how evaluations are conducted and written, and professional and ethical considerations.


If this sounds like something that you find value in register today!