Immigration lawyers in Denver County, Colorado work with individuals and businesses to secure different types of non-immigrant visas that allow foreign nationals to work in the U.S. temporarily. In some cases, employers sponsor foreign nationals to work in the U.S. Special visa categories include the H-1B Specialty Workers Visa, H-1C Nurse Work Visa, H-2 Temporary or Seasonal Work Visa, H-3 Professional Training Visa, TN ("Trade North America") Classification, E1 and E2 Treaty Visas, O-1 Extraordinary Ability Work Visa, or L-1 Multinational Corporation Employee. Find a visa attorney in Denver County, Colorado for information on the K-1 fiance or CR-1 marriage visa, attorney's fees and filing fees.
AILA promotes justice, advocates for fair and reasonable immigration law and policy, advances the quality of immigration and nationality law and practices to enhance the professional development of its members.
The Metropolitan Lawyer Referral Service - The MRLS is sponsored by several local bar associations including the Denver Bar Association. Since 1972, the MLRS has been helping individuals and businesses during their search for an attorney in Denver, Colorado. This non-profit and community based service screens local attorneys for their experience and good standing with the Colorado State Bar. The advantage of using a lawyer referral service includes the ability to talk with a trained staff person, pay a $75 consultation fee and receive an impartial referral to a local attorney with experience for that type of case.