Bills Addressing Affordable Housing, Deepfakes in Elections Campaigns, Federal Immigration Law Enforcement Introduced

After being vetoed last session, the government right of first refusal bill has been reintroduced with modifications.

Immigration Detainees Get Major Federal Court Victory in Lawsuit Against GEO Group

A federal judge ruled a long-running lawsuit against the GEO Group running the ICE detention facility in Aurora should go to jury trial.

AILA Partners with Nonprofit Lender to Help Immigrants Pay Legal Costs

The American Immigration Lawyers Association has partnered with a nonprofit lender to help immigrants pay legal fees.

House and Senate Introduce a Few Heavy Hitters

Lawmakers in the House and Senate introduced bills that would extend whistleblower protections and allow Tribal governments access to state grants and benefits programs.

Want to Help in Pro Bono Immigration Cases? Immigrant Experts Offer Guidance in Upcoming CLE

The Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network and other immigration law experts will offer a CLE training on pro bono immigration work.

Up and Coming Lawyers 2021: Molly Kokesh

For Molly Kokesh, an associate at DGS, being a lawyer isn't just a job, it's also a way to help people experiencing complex problems.

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.

Governor Signs Immigration Detention Defense Fund into Law

Last week, Gov. Jared Polis signed HB 21-1194 into law, giving the final OK to create Colorado's new immigration legal defense fund.