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Immigration Attorney Fort Collins

Immigration law in the United States has never been easy for people to understand, and the entire process has only grown to be more complex with the passage of time. Rules for determining the kind of visa that is required in particular situations and who might qualify are especially difficult matters, and you will want to be working with an immigration attorney in Fort Collins in these cases. 

Obtaining citizenship and fighting deportation can both be extremely trying ordeals for people to deal with. Even after your qualifications have been ascertained, simply proving the qualifications and satisfying federal government requirements can still be a tremendous source of unnecessary stress.

Family Immigration

Joseph & Hall P.C. assists clients with such immigration issues as:

  • Family-based immigration for United States citizens or lawful permanent residents or green card holders who can petition for close family relatives to come to the country and become lawful permanent residents or green card holders.
  • Family preference immigrant visas for distant relatives of United States citizens. There is only a limited number of these visas issued every year.
  • Fiancé(e) visas for foreign fiancé(e)s of United States citizens allow legal entry into the United States and temporary stays in the country through K-1 visas.
  • Green cards or permanent resident cards, for noncitizens and non-residents, to permanently live and work in the country.
  • Waivers of Inadmissibility for spouses or relatives who are ineligible to enter the United States or to be granted residential status.

Employment Immigration

When you need a visa to conduct business or work in the United States, you can use employment-based immigration to seek a temporary work visa as a citizen of another country when you wish to come to the United States temporarily for work or certain training. H1-B visas allow foreign nationals to temporarily work in a specialty occupation, and EB-2 and EB-2 National Interest Waiver (NIW) allow for workers with advanced degrees or exceptional abilities, while other skilled workers, professionals, or even unskilled workers could qualify for EB-3 visas and reside in the United States permanently.

People who wish to invest in the United States may seek E-2 visas for investors and employees from other countries having commerce and navigation treaties with the United States to receive nonimmigrant status that allows them to both live and work in the country.

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) administers the immigration process in conjunction with other federal agencies. USCIS works closely with the United States Department of State when issuing visas and with the United States Department of Labor for employment-related visas.

United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) both carry out law enforcement duties that were once handled by the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS). CBP agents will screen people and cargo arriving in the country while ICE investigates and enforces immigration laws and other federal laws within the country.

Call Us Today to Schedule a Free Consultation with an Immigration Attorney in Fort Collins

Make sure that you have legal representation any time that you are preparing to deal with any kind of immigration issue in Fort Collins. You will want to take the time to discuss the particulars of your case with Joseph & Hall P.C. 

Our firm can review all of your legal options relating to your case and advise you on the best ways to proceed. Call us or contact us online for a free consultation that will let us sit down with you in person and go over all of the details of your case while helping you understand everything that you can do.


Appeals & Federal Litigation Cases


We’ve filed a case challenging the US Department of Labor over a new rule that dramatically hikes wages for H-1B, H-1B1, PERM and E-3 cases.



This case challenged the Presidential Proclamation 10014 and 10052 with respect to DV winners. The judge has certified the case as a class action …



This case challenged visa processing delays and the Trump Administration’s immigrant visa ban, Presidential Proclamation 10014.



This case features “pair[s] of star-crossed lovers” on whose lives, like Romeo and Juliet’s, a plague has wreaked havoc.



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Countless people dream of becoming a U.S. citizen. If your application was rejected by the USCIS, we are here to fight for your best interests.

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