One of the things I love the most about going to work everyday is that my colleagues and I are making a huge positive difference in many people's lives. Everyone who works with me at Ramos Immigration Law is passionate about our work. We are all genuinely thrilled when our clients enjoy successful outcomes. I feel that when we helped a family stay together, there could be no greater professional reward.
I and my fellow legal professionals at Ramos Immigration Law provide experienced and compassionate legal assistance to individuals and families with various U.S. immigration processes and in removal proceedings. Our specialties include: citizenship/naturalization, investigating possible existing US derived or acquired US citizenship, residence for family members, victims of abuse (VAWA) and other crimes (U visas), representing individuals in removal proceedings, deferred action for childhood arrivals, asylum, TPS, and more.
We offer affordable fees and flexible interest-free payment plans. For our clients' convenience, we offer in-person meetings at either of our two offices, in Aurora and Longmont, and the flexibility of telephonic or Skype consultations and client meetings in appropriate cases.
- Florida State University College of Law, Tallahassee, Florida
- Juris Doctor
- Nova Southeastern University
- B.S., Bachelor of Science - 1996
- Major: Pre-Law
- Karen Gievers, P.C., Senior Associate, 2003 to 2005
- Holland, Singer and Miller, Associate, 2002 to 2003
- Third District Court of Appeal, Miami Florida, Judicial Law Clerk, 1999 to 2002
- American Immigration Lawyers Association, Member, 2006 to Present
- Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network, Volunteer Mentor Attorney, 2007 to Present
- Immigrant Legal Center of Boulder Colorado, Board Member, 2007 to Present
Current Employment Position
- Immigration Law
- Colorado, 2006
- Florida, 1999
- Excellence In Pro Bono, Florida State University
- Executive Editor, Journal of Transnational Law and Policy, Florida State University College of Law