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Making immigration easier for your children

Those who have recently immigrated to the U.S., as well as prospective immigrants, may have to work through a number of concerns and this is often a major move that transforms one's life in a lot of ways. However, parents often have additional responsibilities and...

What do you need to apply for citizenship?

Colorado residents who are aiming to apply for citizenship will probably want to keep a checklist. In order to apply for citizenship, there are a number of things that you need to deal with beforehand. First of all, you must already be 18 years of age. You need to be...

What are common types of work visas?

You may have a work opportunity waiting for you somewhere in Colorado. Because of that, you may want to know more about work visas. How do you obtain them? What are the requirements? How long do they last, and do you qualify? The most popular type of temporary work...

What are some types of asylum decisions?

When people in Colorado seek asylum, there are a number of different decisions that may be reached by the immigration court. It isn't always as simple as granting or denying asylum, and many people may find themselves with a decision they may not have even known was a...