The Denver Office of Immigrant & Refugee Affairs promotes greater awareness and integration of immigrant and refugee residents in Denver. We partner with nonprofits, community based organizations, residents and government agencies to develop and implement policies, practices and programs that influence the various paths of immigrant integration.
Approximately 30,000 residents in Denver are eligible for citizenship!
Board of Immigration Appeals Denver Organizations
Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) accredited representatives assist aliens in immigration proceedings before the Executive Office of Immigration Review's immigration courts and Board of Immigration Appeals and/or before the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Below is a list of BIA accredited organizations in Denver. Click here for more information.
|Recognized Organizations||Accredited Representative|
|Catholic Immigration Services,
4045 Pecos Street, Denver, CO 80211
|Brittany Roy (DHS only)|
|Jewish Family Service of Colorado
3201 South Tamarac Dr., Denver, CO 80231
|Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains
1600 Downing St Ste 600, Denver, CO 80218
|James Horan (DHS only)|
|The Center for Trauma & Resilience
P.O. Box 18975, Denver, CO 80218
Daysse Maryan Gomez
Claudia Samara Otega
1980 Dahlia Street, Denver, CO 80220
Maria Teresa Lara-Roca
Jennyfer Romero Radilla
The recent Trump Administration Executive Orders regarding immigration, deportation and travel have caused sincere confusion and concern in our communities. In the coming days and weeks, the Hancock Administration will be gearing up legal protections and supportive services and working with other providers to ensure immigrant and refugee communities have the resources they need and know what their rights are. That starts with empowering people with information and resources.
Denver has a history of welcoming immigrants and refugees and will continue to act as a welcoming city and an ally for all new arrivals.