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Colorado Immigration Law Firm of Saltrese and deSeguin llc

SALTRESE and deSEGUIN llc is a full service immigration law firm  with offices in Boulder and Lakewood, Colorado.   Our  immigration lawyers specialize in assisting immigrants in all areas of  immigration law and  citizenship issues: political asylum, family petitions, visas for victims of abuse (VAWA and U-visas), Temporary Protected Status, naturalization applications, deportation/removal defense in the Denver immigration courts, appeals before the Board of Immigration Appeals, Federal court appeals, litigation in U.S. District Court, and criminal defense for non-citizens.
immigrants welcome

From visa processing to affirmative asylum cases to US citizenship, our Colorado immigration attorneys have extensive experience helping immigrants navigate the complicated labyrinth of United States naturalization and immigration law. 

Our Colorado immigration lawyers provide vigorous legal representation for our clients, whether the immigrant has a marriage based interview with USCIS, is in immigration court facing deportation, or has a Federal Court appeal of a decision from the Board of Immigration Appeals.

We believe that everyone – regardless of citizenship or nationality -- who is within the territorial bounds of the United States has a protected liberty interest provided by the U.S. Constitution.

French, Spanish and English spoken. Our attorneys are members of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.

DEVELOPMENTS IN IMMIGRATION LAW AND POLICIES

Syria was re-designated for Temporary Protected Status on January 5, 2015. USCIS only accepts extension applications for 60 days. Contact our office for assistance in filing for Syrian TPS.
Our office is now scheduling consultations to provide advice on preparing and gathering documentation for the expanded eligibility of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and the Deferred Action for Parental Accountability (DAPA) as announced by President Obama on November 20, 2014.

Obtaining a Green Card by Consular Processing

The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) offers an individual two primary processes to permanent resident status (a green card). An individual who is the beneficiary of an approved immigrant petition and has an immigrant visa number immediately available may apply at a U.S. Department of State consulate abroad for an immigrant visa in order to come to the United States and be admitted as a permanent resident (green card holder). This process is referred to as “consular processing.”

At Saltrese & deSeguin llc, our immigration attorneys have experience with counseling clients about the consular process, assisting with the documentation and applications required, and with prosecuting waivers that may be required to obtain approval for your consular visa application.

Adjustment of status is an alternate process by which an eligible person, who is already in the United States, can apply for permanent resident (green card) status  without having to return to his/her home country to complete processing.  To adjust status in the United States, an I-485 is filed with the appropriate USCIS office.  Many legal requirements limit who is eligible to apply for adjustment of status. When a person who does not meet the requirements to adjust status in the United States mistakenly submits an I-485 application,  the most likely result is that he or she will be denied the green card/permanent residence AND PLACED IN REMOVAL / DEPORTATION PROCEEDINGS.  A knowledgeable immigration lawyer can explain the eligibility requirements to you and can advise you on whether you are eligible to apply for a green card / adjustment of status in the United States.

The knowledgeable immigration lawyers at the immigration law firm of Saltrese & DeSeguin llc are experienced in representing immigrants applying for a green card / adjustment of status in the United States.  Avoid costly mistakes.

we have offices in Boulder and Lakewood to serve you.  Contact an experienced immigration lawyer at 303-442-8554 or 303-557-0725 to schedule a consultation about your legal immigration solutions.

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7625 West 5th Ave, Ste 216d
Lakewood CO 80226
303-557-0725

595 Canyon Blvd
Suite E
Boulder CO 80302
303-442-8554

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Colorado Immigration Lawyer: Sandra Saltrese

Denver Immigration LawyerSANDRA SALTRESE-MILLER, an experienced immigration attorney,  has fought for the rights of immigrants for twenty years. She has represented scores of clients in immigration court and federal court. Before opening her own immigration law firm, she was the supervising immigration lawyer at one of Denver’s most well established nonprofit immigration clinics, where she defended indigent immigrants against deportation.  This tough immigration lawyer also specializes in appellate litigation in immigration law and criminal matters. READ MORE:  Saltrese

 

Colorado Immigration Lawyer: Suzan deSeguin

Denver Immigration attorney  Suzan deSeguin SUZAN DESEGUIN,  is passionate about providing immigrants exceptional legal representation and has  been successfully representing immigrants since 1993.  As an experienced  immigration lawyer, her philosophy is to educate and empower immigrants, while providing them support and strong and effective  legal advocacy for their deportationasylum, citizenship or family immigration case. In political asylum cases, this talented immigration lawyer has successfully represented asylum seekers from over 25 different countries. READ MORE: DeSeguin