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We Represent Clients From All Over the World

We have  represented clients from all over the world: Algeria, Afghanistan, Australia, Azerbaijan, Colombia, Cuba, Ethiopia, Finland, Guinea, Guatemala, Mexico, Morocco, Peru, Russia, Sudan, Tunisia, Serbia, Jordan, China, Nepal, Honduras, Lithuania, Estonia, Canada, Pakistan, India, Dominican Republic, Libya, Cambodia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Mauritius, Romania, Ghana, Ukraine, Indonesia, Vietnam, Iran, Philippines, Jamaica, El Salvador, Kazakistan, Colombia, Senegal, Somalia, Hungary, and Panama.

One Mistake can have you Fighting
Deportation in Court

We’ve seen clients that have done it on their own or hired a notary. Unfortunately, a mistake can have devastating consequences on a case, even if it’s a misunderstanding. Filing fees, time and emotion are all wasted when this happens. Once in immigration court, the cost of fighting these charges increases exponentially. Hiring an immigration attorney at the outset often helps avoid this.

Specialized Experience in Little-Known
Immigration Programs

Are you in the military? Are you the caretaker parent or foster parent of a child without status? Are you the victim of a serious crime? Have you fled or been misplaced from your home country? We may be small, but our ability to get to know our clients means we can meet the clients’ needs rather than asking the clients to meet our needs. This means that we are better able to handle the changing needs of clients as the worlds’ conditions change. Just as immigration law changes, so do the conditions in countries outside of the US, affecting those who are trying to migrate to the U.S.

Reichard Law Firm LLC is an experienced law firm offering a full scope of immigration services near you.

The Trump administration has changed the way that immigration court operate during the first 6 months of the term. It has never been more important to obtain accurate, experienced immigration advocacy. According to a recently published press release from the Executive Office of Immigration Review court cases are moving towards a decision faster. If you have been told in the past that you shouldn't worry because cases move slowly and it's hard to get a court date, you should consult with an immigration attorney again. There are 54 more immigration judges added to the bench nationwide. Total deportations and voluntary removals are up about 30%, while  final decisions are up about 15%. (

We have two Colorado offices to serve you, and offer an array of services to meet the needs of clients that are unable to come to a face-to-face meeting. Our main office is located in downtown Denver just blocks from Immigration Court. Our satellite office in Greeley serves the nearby areas of Fort Collins, Loveland, Longmont, Fort Morgan and even Cheyenne.

Changing Law and Policy:

We are constantly monitoring the status of the law due to the pace at which changes are being announced. Programs and policies are being updated and advice can only be given on the state of the law as it exists at the time. We will advise accordingly about what we expect to happen based on announcements of the administration. This is a very important time to have an attorney retained on your case if you would like to ask ongoing questions about your case in connection with the changing policies and executive orders being signed by President Trump.

  • Immigrant Visas (Consular Processing) For Family member and immediate relatives. They should intend to live and work in the US more than outside the US.

  • K-1 Fiancee Visas. For couples intending to enter the US and marry quickly or already married couples that wish to enter and adjust status.

  • Green Cards, Lawful Permanent Residence. 

  • Family Based Immigration.

  • U Visas. These visas are specifically for victims of serious crimes that have suffered greatly and helped to report and prosecute the crime.

  • Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). Victims at the hands of US citizens.

  • Special Immigrant Juvenile (SIJ). Minors that are not in the custody of at least one of their parents. 

  • Parole in Place (PIP) for relatives of the military. 

  • Naturalization, Citizenship

  • Adjustment of Status (lawful entry, 245i). Cases originating on or before 2001 should be carefully screened for benefits.

  • "Crimmigration" ​crimes and how they do or might affect immigration status. 

  • Immigration Trial Defense, Removal Defense. If you are in Court, have a "Notice to Appear" or have been told that you are going to court this is trial defense.

  • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. DACA.

  • Freedom of Information Act requests (FOIA). 

  • Removal of Conditions on Residency (I-751). For conditional residents.

  • ​Asylum. Well founded fear of persecution based on membership in a protected class.

  • Temporary Protected Status (TPS)

  • ​I-90 Renewal. Greencard renewal. 

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