We are a full-service immigration law firm in the Denver and Boulder metropolitan area. We focus on Colorado business and family immigration with an emphasis on small and medium-sized businesses, startups and entrepreneurs, and green cards for spouses, children and fiances of US citizens.Example cases
We understand the complexity of immigration law and the frustrating bureaucratic issues that can arise both in the U.S. and abroad. Therefore, we offer each client our full attention and communication; legal and practical expertise about the immigration process; and our compassion and dedication in order to obtain effective solutions quickly.
Experienced Colorado attorney, Catherine Olson Brown, owner and partner, is licensed to practice in Colorado but can represent clients for obtaining visas across the US because immigration law is federal law.
Colorado immigration lawyer Catherine Olson Brown assists Colorado employers and foreign employees including self-employed, with a full range of services for both temporary (J-1 visitor exchange, H-1B professionals, H-2B workers, E-1 trader, E-2 investor, L-1 transferees, P, O for artists and entertainers) visas and permanent visas (labor certification, NIW, Schedule A university professors, outstanding researchers, multinational managers). We also provide legal guidance and advice for Colorado businesses regarding I-9 compliance.
For families and individuals, Colorado attorney Catherine Brown assists with obtaining fiance, K-1, K-3 visas, V visas, and with family visas or green cards for US citizen spouses and children including adopted children of US citizens and permanent residents residing in Colorado and Wyoming. We also assist with VAWA petitions, asylum, U visas and SIJ petitions in Colorado and Wyoming.
Boulder law office, Law Office of Catherine Brown, LLC also assists clients in Colorado and Wyoming with obtaining U.S. citizenship (naturalization), filing appeals with the AAO, BIA, or the 10th Circuit and deportation defense including cancellation of removal.
844 Main St.
Louisville CO 80027
No the consultation is not free. It is below normal market rates though at flat rate of $175.
Yes our fees are fixed rate unless in removal defense or other unusual circumstances.
$225 per hour
Monday through Friday 9am to 5pm
Spanish at Louisville CO office only
Yes but it depends on what type of case and the facts of the case. It would only happen if the potential client at least engaged in an initial consultation before the attorney would agree to partial case work.
Our fees are a flat rate so there is no cost efficiency for giving work to a paralegal versus an attorney. The attorney always is responsible for legal advice and drafting of legal memorandum and correspondence with USCIS. Our paralegals assist primarily with completing immigration forms and obtaining the necessary documents from the client.
We provide low-bono services to those who are refugees or asylees. We do various pro-bono services throughout the year, including citizenship drives, serving on bar association committees, etc.
We strive to obtain the goals of our clients but in a personable and affordable manner. We get big law firm results in a small law firm context.
We understand that immigration law is very complex, quickly changing, and non-transparent to the public. Part of our services is educating our clients on how the rules work and how the process works regardless of the rules. We also keep our clients updated on changes to the law which can happen frequently in immigration law.
Yes, depending on the type of situation. We can provide initial consultations or ongoing consulting work as needed.
Our firm was established in 2005
Catherine O. Brown
Graduated in top 10%
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