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Immigration and Refugee Services and Advocacy Organizations

This guide focuses primarily on Colorado-based immigration and refugee services and advocacy organizations.

Disclaimer

The University of Colorado Law School does not make attorney referrals or provide legal advice, but the groups listed below may have more information on immigration and refugee law.

University of Colorado at Boulder

International Student and Scholar Services.  ISSS is the office which bears overall institutional responsibility for international students once they are admitted to the University of Colorado Boulder.  It also helps departments bring in visiting scholars and researchers to the University of Colorado Boulder.  ISSS provides immigration advising for these students and scholars.

Resources for DACA/ASSET Students & Employees. The University of Colorado Boulder supports the academic goals and success of all current and prospective students. Recognizing that ASSET and DACA students and employees, and those who work and study alongside them, may need further guidance, the university offers this website as a resource for the entire campus community.

University of Colorado Law School

University of Colorado Law School: Immigration and Citizenship Law ProgramThe Immigration and Citizenship Law Program supports teaching, scholarship, and public service in immigration law. Curricular opportunities range from substantive and seminar courses in topics related to immigration to skills-based classes, including two clinics specializing in different aspects of immigration law. Scholarship includes faculty and student research and presentations of both published and in-progress work on immigration and citizenship. The program also connects students with lawyers in the community who are involved in community outreach, litigation, or policy work for externships and pro bono projects serving immigrants in order to help them build the skills and networks to become effective immigration lawyers.

  • AILALink Database (available to University of Colorado Law School faculty, staff, and students only)
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