Immigration and Citizenship

Inmigración y ciudadanía

Events

Events at the Library
Denver Public Library offers various informational programs, including legal workshops with immigration lawyers and citizenship help sessions in our Plaza programs.

Government Resources

Citizenship and Immigration Services
Information on immigration and citizenship, including forms and instructions, practice tests and preparation materials for immigrants and immigrant service providers.

Denver Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs

USA.gov
Resources and information on immigration and citizenship, employment, benefits and support, education and more.

Social Security Administration of the United States
Information, resources, forms and more.

Consulate of Mexico in Denver
Safeguarding the rights and interests of Mexican nationals in the civil, criminal, labor, administrative, immigration, judicial and human rights areas and addressing their legitimate demands.

Find a Lawyer

American Immigration Lawyers Association
Search for an Immigration Lawyer.

Nonprofit Organizations

Catholic Charities Immigration Services
Provides legal support to low-income immigrants throughout Colorado, helps with defense against deportation, deferred action, family visas, naturalization and citizenship.

Colorado Legal Services
Provides legal advice and representation with respect to civil legal matters such as housing, public benefits, welfare, social security, mental health, elderly law, restraining orders and divorces.

The Center for Trauma & Resilience
The Center’s purpose is to provide culturally and linguistically responsive 24-hour crisis intervention and to develop and provide services such as trauma recovery counseling, crisis intervention, case management, support groups, emergency financial assistance, advocacy and information and referral. 

Mi Casa Resource Center
Works to advance the economic success of Latino and working families by expanding opportunities for educational, professional and entrepreneurial advancement. Free English classes (ESL) and preparation for the equivalency exam school (GED), legal nights on issues such as immigration, finance, housing and employment, and more. 

Centro San Juan Diego Center
Free legal advice on immigration matters, credit, housing, income, employment and family, among others. Every first and third Wednesday of the month from 5:30-7 p.m., no appointment required.

Interpreter Network of Colorado
Interpretation and translation by trained and certified professionals. More than 80 languages represented.