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Are you eligible for asylum?

Immigrants who live in Colorado may be there for many different reasons. Some may wish to find a better life in a safer location. Others fear persecution in their home country and wish to live somewhere that they won't have to fear being hunted down. But just who is...

Do you qualify for a student visa?

If you are intending to study abroad and will be staying for a certain period of time, you will need to look into applying for a visa. In your case, it is likely going to be a student visa. But what are the requirements, and do you actually qualify? FindLaw takes a...

Conditions for temporary protective status

U.S. immigration law is so complex, it can be confusing to understand, even if you are well-versed in this type of law. For the average immigrant family who may be residing in Colorado, numerous issues or situations may prompt legal status problems. If you don't know...