Public Charge Presentation at Arrupe Jesuit

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Public Charge Presentation at Arrupe Jesuit

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In February, attorney Aaron Hall had the chance to present to students, families, and community members at Arrupe Jesuit High School in Northwest Denver.  The focus of the presentation was on the impact of the new public charge rule, on the future of DACA, and on the petitions for parents by U.S. citizen children. The group was engaged and had excellent questions.  Following the presentation, Mr. Hall was able to stay and answer individual questions as well.

Arrupe Jesuit building, the Boulder immigration attorneys are ready to answer your questions on your immigration matters.

Joseph & Hall attorneys enjoy speaking to community groups and often present at schools, churches, and to community groups across the front range.  If you would like to book an attorney for a presentation, please contact our office!

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