Immigration Attorney in Denver CO
Welcome to Elevated Family Law for your Family Immigration Needs.
Supporting Families is Our Mission
At Elevated Family law, our mission is to support Colorado families seeking assistance with their Family Immigration Needs. Contact Elevated Family Law for assistance with your Family’s Immigration Applications. Whether you are a U.S. Citizen and want to file a Petition for your non U.S. Citizen spouse, are a young person applying to renew your DACA, or a family who needs to prepare an I-601/A waiver to remove the grounds that make your relative inadmissible to the United States, Elevated Family Law can assist you with your application.
We invite you to review our website where you will find up to date reporting on critical news in immigration happenings across the country, such as Aurora, Fort Collins, and Denver. You will also find links to official governmental immigration agencies like USCIS, DHS, and the State Department where additional information can be found about permanent U.S. residency, U.S. Citizenship, U-Visa, DACA, or Temporary Protected Legal Status in the United States.
It is our hope that families and individuals will utilize our website as a knowledge base and starting point for immigration news and other points of contact on the immigration process, green card and citizenship applications through USCIS at https://www.uscis.gov/. Please give us a call if you have any questions (970) 797-4757
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The Immigration services of Elevated Family Law can also be found on our other social media outlets. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook, where you will find additional videos, articles, and resources on current happenings in immigration Law in and around the Denver Metro area.
Citizenship Through Naturalization
Naturalization is an application process whereby a non U.S. citizen applies to become a citizen of the United States by demonstrating that they meet all of the eligibility requirements established by Congress in the Immigration and Nationality Act. To learn more about immigration in the Denver area and beyond and to determine whether you may be eligible to apply for naturalization, contact Elevated Family Law and our Immigration Attorney will be ready to assist you.
If you live in the Denver Metro area and are considering applying for Naturalization in the United States, you’ll need to file application paperwork and submit supporting documentation required by USCIS. Let Elevated Family Law assist with your Immigration needs. Contact us for a consultation and to review your Naturalization case. (970) 797-4757.
- You can study for your Naturalization test provided by the USCIS here https://www.uscis.gov/citizenship/learners/study-test
- Take a Practice Test for Naturalization provided by the USCIS here. https://my.uscis.gov/prep/test/civics.
Are you a Family in Denver, Greeley, or Fort Collins looking for your Path to U.S. Citizenship
These links will provide descriptions of the most common ways to obtain U.S. Citizenship, which allows a green card holder to apply for naturalization.
- U.S. Citizen married to a Green card Holder. https://www.uscis.gov/us-citizenship/citizenship-through-naturalization/naturalization-spouses-us-citizens
- A military person and their family that is a green card holder. https://www.uscis.gov/military/citizenship-family-members
- If you have a parent that is a citizen. https://www.uscis.gov/us-citizenship/citizenship-through-parents
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