Tag:Immigration Law

Alternatives to H-1B Visas for Entrepreneurs in a Tight Labor Market

Messner Reeves partner Amber Blasingame explores immigration solutions for businesses in a tight labor market in the U.S.

Paloma Law Hopes to Improve Access to Justice on the Ground

Erica White’s criminal and immigration defense firm hopes to serve marginalized communities and Spanish-speaking clients.

ABA and RMIAN Connect Denver Families on Immigration Court’s ‘Dedicated Docket’ with Pro Bono Representation

The ABA and RMIAN hope to make finding representation easier for those facing expedited asylum proceedings with a new pro bono portal.

DACA Dangers: Permanent Injunction Places Halt on New Applicants, Leaves Existing Applicants With Options

Another in a long line of legal challenges against DACA has brought the program to a halt, but existing DACA recipients aren’t in danger of losing support yet.

2005 Denver Shooting Led to International Incident with Mexico

In May 2005, Colorado became an epicenter in immigration controversy after a shooting took place in a Denver dance hall.

For Some Asylum Seekers, One Interview Means Staying or Immediate Deportation

As the number of non-citizen detainees at the ICE contract facility are increasing, so, too, are the number of expedited removal proceedings.

In-Person Legal Services at Immigrant Detention Center Halted by Outbreak

A recent COVID-19 outbreak in the detained population at the Aurora Contract Detention Facility has caused legal service providers to halt plans to reenter the facility

State Bill Expedites Law Enforcement’s Cooperation in U Visa Applications

With the passage of a state bill, immigrants in Colorado gain another mechanism to help ensure their stay in the country