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Outstanding Professionalism with exceptional knowledge provide us the highest level of immigration services in Colorado.Bilingual! Aaron Hall,The best of the best!.You can trust his experience and knowledge of the immigration law .We will always be grateful. Luke Niermann a professional ,...
Thank you for the win. At least your work ensured much more visas were issued/ would be issued without litigation. You and your team are a gift to humanity. Thank you. God bless!
I joined the Miligan V Pompeo suit late last year with the hopes that I would be able to get to live with my fiancé in a timeline of months instead of years. Thanks to the excellent job the team did,...
In 2018, the Trump administration implemented a new quota system for immigration judges at the Executive
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The judge has finally made a decision on our case. You can read it here. We
Thank you for your patience as we have continued to prepare our lawsuit against USCIS’ EAD processing delays. The reason that we have delayed the filing is because we have been in discussions with the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). As a result of these discussions, AILA is going to partner with us in the lawsuit. We have previously had success in the cases in which we have partnered with AILA and we believe this is a good thing for our case.
Effective October 1st Jeff Joseph has transitioned over to the law firm of Berry, Appleman and Leiden. After 25 years at Joseph & Hall, Jeff is looking forward to a new adventure and a new challenge as he starts and grows the Denver office for BAL. Jeff leaves Joseph & Hall with our admiration and respect for the firm that we built together. Aaron Hall and Kirby Joseph will continue to lead the practice into the future with J&H’s amazingly talented team members.
Thank you for your interest in the IMMpact team’s new lawsuit challenging USCIS’ delay in adjudicating EADs (I-765 work permit applications). We will be asking a federal judge to order USCIS to process your EAD applications immediately, and to change their policies and procedures to avoid long delays in the future.
The deadline to join the case is September 24, 2021 at noon Central time.
If you would like to join the lawsuit, please do all of the following:
Step 1: Review the FAQ to confirm that you qualify to participate,
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