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Become our next CIRC Action Democracy Organizer

March 7th, 2019
CIRC Action Fund is hiring enthusiastic part-time Democracy Organizers. This position will spearhead a campaign in the Denver City Council municipal election focused on turning out voters for CIRC Action Fund’s endorsed candidates. The Democracy Organizer is a $15/hour part-time, temporary contract position starting in late March until June 3, 2019. Read More

2019 Citizenship Workshops – Colorado

February 20th, 2019
Our FREE Citizenship Workshops will help you apply for naturalization and save money! Volunteers help you fill out the naturalization & fee waiver applications.Immigration attorneys are available to review applications & answer questions. MAR 15 – Ft. Collins Fri 4… Read More

Tell Congress: Defund Abusive ICE & Border Patrol!

December 18th, 2018
Abusive agencies ICE & Border Patrol are responsible for Family Separation & the deaths of many migrants in their custody. The #Not1Dollar campaign has been a consistent voice against ANY increase in funding for DHS and specifically for enforcement agents… Read More

Become our next Development Coordinator

November 26th, 2018
The Development Coordinator (DC) is responsible for assisting with the organization’s fundraising and communications plans, and for implementing strategies to increase visibility for the organization. The DC provides administrative and logistical support for all aspects of CIRC’s fundraising efforts. Areas of fundraising activities may include: individual giving, monthly giving, planned giving, corporate/business giving, special events, and marketing/messaging (donor cultivation). The DC will also be responsible for developing and implementing special event goals, analyzing special event effectiveness, recruiting and managing event committees, and stewarding special event participants. The position will work closely with the Development Director, Communications Manager, and Executive Director and will be a major contributor to the Development Team. Read More

Statement on DHS Funding Deal & Border Wall Negotiations

February 14th, 2019
Denver CO – CIRC issued the following response as more details emerge about the Congressional deal to fund DHS and Trump’s border wall: Nicole Melaku CIRC Executive Director said: “We are saddened and deeply angry to hear that a deal… Read More

Statewide Citizenship Workshops

January 16th, 2019
The Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition will be hosting various Citizenship workshops for Legal Permanent Residents across the state. Please see below for workshops near you: Read More

Preguntas frecuentes: Licencias para personas indocumentadas

January 10th, 2019
SB18-108 modifica los requisitos establecidos en SB13-251 para permitir que las personas que no pueden demostrar su presencia legal en los EE. UU. (personas indocumentadas) obtengan una licencia de conducir, permiso de instrucción o tarjeta de identificación con un número de Seguro Social (SSN) en lugar de un Número de Identificación de Contribuyente Individual (ITIN) y renovar por internet. Esta ley está en vigencia desde el 1 de enero de 2019. Read More

Residentes indocumentados de Colorado ahora pueden renovar su licencia de conducir por el internet

January 10th, 2019
Empezando en 2019, inmigrantes indocumentados en Colorado pueden renovar su licencia SB251 por el internet. Read More

Nueva ley permitirá a inmigrantes usar seguro social para obtener licencia de conducir en Colorado

January 10th, 2019
Empezando en el nuevo año, inmigrantes indocumentados en Colorado pueden usar un Número de Seguro Social (SSN) para obtener una licencia de conducir SB251 para residentes indocumentados. Read More

Colorado is Home

January 9th, 2019
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