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Jennifer Wilkens

719-527-9300
Jennifer  Wilkens
Wilkens Law, LLC
7730 N. Union Blvd. Suite 203
Colorado Springs, CO 80920
wilkenslawfirm.com
Phone: 719-527-9300

About Jennifer Wilkens

Jennifer has 16 years of experience in immigration law.  She is a Navy veteran and joined Hurley Immigration in June 2002. After Mr. Hurley's retirement from the practice of law, Jennifer graduated from the University of Denver with a J.D. degree so that she can utilize her 15+ years of experience to continue to provide immigration services to employers and families as an immigration attorney. He... read more »

Biography

Jennifer has 16 years of experience in immigration law.  She is a Navy veteran and joined Hurley Immigration in June 2002. After Mr. Hurley's retirement from the practice of law, Jennifer graduated from the University of Denver with a J.D. degree so that she can utilize her 15+ years of experience to continue to provide immigration services to employers and families as an immigration attorney.

Her immigration-related areas of experience are family-based petitions, naturalization applications, asylum, U-visas, employment-based non-immigrant visas such as E-2s, E-3s, H-1Bs, L-1s, O-1s, and TNs, and employment-based immigration such as PERMs and I-140 Petitions. 

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Jennifer Wilkens -
Wilkens Law, LLC
7730 N. Union Blvd. Suite 203
Colorado Springs, CO 80920
wilkenslawfirm.com
Phone Numbers:
  • Office: 719-527-9300

Practice Areas

Area of Practice % Focus
Immigration LawP10100.00%

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State Status Year Acquired
Colorado Member in Good Standing 2017

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First “Caravan” Nears Tijuana. Why are They Coming Here Anyway?

Posted on Tuesday, November 13th, 2018

For the past month, “caravans of migrants” have been approaching the border between Mexico and the United States. This week, the first group neared Tijuana and the second group passed Mexi... [read more]

End of Birthright Citizenship? The Different Ways to Become a USC

Posted on Tuesday, October 30th, 2018

There were lots of headlines today about the President’s proposal to end birthright citizenship. Though the President claims to be able to do so through an Executive Order, Senator Graham is tak... [read more]

Engaged? What You Need to Know About Fiancé(e) Visas

Posted on Tuesday, October 16th, 2018

Autumn is my favorite time of year. I love the cooler weather, sitting by a cozy fire, and the fall foliage. My relationships have also always started in the fall. There's just something about the au... [read more]

Self-Petitions Under VAWA - It's not Just for Women

Posted on Tuesday, September 18th, 2018

If you are the abused spouse, parent, or child of a U.S. citizen, or the spouse or child of a lawful permanent resident, you may be eligible to file an immigrant petition and obtain permanent residenc... [read more]

Remembering 9/11 and its Subsequent Effects on Immigration

Posted on Tuesday, September 11th, 2018

Just like when Present Kennedy was assassinated or when the Space Shuttle Challenger exploded, most people remember where they were when they started to hear the news that an airplane had crashed into... [read more]

What does it mean to be a "public charge?"

Posted on Tuesday, August 28th, 2018

It was recently announced that the Trump administration plans to change rules regarding what constitutes a “public charge” which would make it more difficult for people to become permanent... [read more]