Very thorough service provided, helpful with minor queries as well as very knowledgeable on all aspects of the immigration process. Friendly.
The staff is friendly and available and are always ready if you have any questions. The lawyer representing me is also friendly and very knowledgeable.
Mr. McShiras and Terry Booher are a Great team!! They have been in communication every step of the way! They are very knowledgeable and efficient in their work! The best part in working with this law firm is they offer payment...
Very freindly and professional. As cobersome as immigration process can be, Joseph law firm can make it easy and reluef a huge burden of this long and intimidating process.
The United States is home to many of the best colleges and universities in the world.
The ICE detention facility in Aurora, officially known as the “Denver Contract Detention Facility,” is run
Despite the fact that Congress refused to fund President Trump’s border wall and the fact that
On Wednesday, February 20, 2019, Joseph Law Firm was privileged to be able to meet with a group of high school freshmen at Denver’s Colorado Academy. https://www.coloradoacademy.org Teachers, Sean Gallop and Mike Stanitski, created a Freshman Immigration Intensive for a small group of interested students. The Intensive, entitled Local Application of Federal Immigration Law, encompassed a wide area of study, and, as such, an arrangement of a surprisingly large number of interesting speakers and interactive learning experiences were scheduled and held.
Our client is married to a United States citizen living in Colorado Springs. She was living in Mexico up until this month when her immigrant visa was approved and she entered the United States as an LPR. She waited almost 6 months from the time that we filed the final packet of civil documents with the NVC until we finally got an interview for her. She has been very patient this whole time. Her husband was very stressed and thought something must be wrong because the case was taking so long.
Last week our client, a transgender woman from Mexico, was granted asylum by an immigration judge in Denver, CO. Our pro bono client suffered horrible abuse at the hands of her family members and peers as a child because of her perceived sexuality. She moved to the U.S. with her partner at the time who ended up being abusive and threatened to kill her if she told anyone she was transgender. Unfortunately, she had no idea she qualified for asylum and didn’t file her application until 10 years after she came to the U.S.
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