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  • Catholic Charities Immigration Services

    Immigration assistance is offered to persons with valid legal claims to status in the United States. Services include consultations, attorney representation, translations, citizenship preparation classes and help with visas and other documents. The staff is bilingual (Spanish/English and Vietnamese/English). Content Detail

    By:
    Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Denver
  • Court Fees

    Filing fees and costs in Colorado state courts. Content Detail

    By:
    State of Colorado Judicial Branch
  • Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN)

    This non-profit organization serves low-income men, women, and children in immigration proceedings. RMIAN promotes knowledge of legal rights; provides effective representation to ensure due process; works to improve detention conditions; and promotes a more humane immigration system, including alternatives to detention Content Detail

  • Employment-Based Immigration Options

    What is the difference between a temporary work visa (H-1B) and employment-based "permanent" immigration? How do H-1B visas differ from other non-immigrant visas? Who can qualify for an H-1B visa?. . . those questions plus many more are answered in this resource. Content Detail

    By:
    Immigration Equality
  • Federal Protections Against National Origins Discrimination

    This brochure contains information about federal laws that prohibit national origin discrimination, how the Civil Rights Division can help and how you can file a complaint. Content Detail

    By:
    U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division
    Read this in:
    Spanish / Español
  • Multicultural Center

    This organization focuses on providing an excellent resource for the Gunnison Valley where education, communication and networking can take place in order to aid in the integration of families into the community. Content Detail

  • Information about Immigration and Naturalization

    USCIS helps to implement the established immigration services, policies and priorities of the U.S. to preserve America's legacy as a nation of immigrants while ensuring that no one is admitted who is a threat to public saftey. All their forms, fee listings and other information are available on this website. Content Detail

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    U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
  • Information for Immigrants from the U.S. Government

    This site has immigration forms, immigration laws and guidelines, services and benefits programs for immigrants and more. Click on "Information for Immigrants from the U.S. Government" to learn more. Content Detail

    By:
    U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
  • Know Your Rights & Responsibilities Resource for Immigrant Youth

    There are many ways in which your immigration status, whether you have a green card or are undocumented can impact your ability to get a job, go to college, or even remain in the United States. This resource was created especially for immigrant youth. Content Detail

    By:
    Immigrant Legal Resource Center
  • Public Access: Court Records Searches

    Records of the court available on the Internet. Content Detail

    By:
    Colorado Judicial Branch
  • Representing Yourself in Court

    An introduction for people who are appearing in court without an attorney. Content Detail

    By:
    Colorado Judicial Branch - Pro Se and Customer Service Committees
  • Information about Immigration and Naturalization

    Basic immigration information, INS policies and procedures, application status, and INS forms. Content Detail

    By:
    Immigration and Naturalization Service, U.S. Department of Justice
  • Most Commonly Asked Questions of Immigration Equality

    This group aggregates emails and telephone calls from people around the world asking questions about how U.S. immigration law affects lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and HIV-positive immigrants and their loved ones. These are answers to some of the most popular questions, arranged alphabetically by topic. Content Detail

    Read this in:
    Spanish / Español
  • Obtain Lawful U.S. Citizenship

    This organization seeks to increase Latino civic participation by assisting eligible legal permanent residents apply for U.S. citizenship, and educating, registering, and mobilizing Latinos to vote. Content Detail

    By:
    Ya es hora ¡Ciudadanía!
    Read this in:
    Spanish / Español
  • Justice Corps Colorado Springs

    Staffed by volunteers, the purpose of this program is to supplement the help provided in the Self Help Center of the El Paso County Combined Courthouse for the public in the Pikes Peak region, by helping you gain access to the resources you need to answer your questions regarding family law and other civil matters (not criminal). Read More

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    Justice Corps Colorado Springs