Immigration protection is afforded to those who have been significantly impacted (physically or mentally) by a crime. This protection allows for victims to remain in the United States to assist law enforcement with investigation. Crimes can include, but are not limited to assault, robbery, blackmail, and theft. Victimization of any kind can lead to overwhelming feelings of loss of control, anger, fear, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Depression. This emotional impact is critical for case conceptualization. Utilizing standardized assessments provides cases the additional support for petitions.