NEWS

COVID-19 Updates & Resources

March 18th, 2020
In light of the changing nature of COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) the Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition (CIRC) will be open for business but will be delivering our services through phone and video for the time being. Read More

Make yourself count for the 2020 Census!

March 15th, 2020
The 2020 Census is now available online. We’re #CountingOnYou to participate in the Census as well as to remind your friends and neighbors to do the same. The Census is a constitutionally-mandated event that happens every ten years, counting every … Read More

Meet our new Executive Director: Lisa Durán!

March 5th, 2020
The executive director will lead CIRC toward achieving its goals and setting itself up for success in fulfilling the organizational mission and vision for the long-term. The ED will lead CIRC AF in implementing civic engagement campaigns and advocacy designed to secure policies and candidates that strengthen democracy and improve life for immigrants and refugees in Colorado. The executive director will manage senior staff, oversee budget and financial management, ensure compliance with all regulations, fundraising and development, and lead CIRC’s coalition-building, collaborations and partnerships while serving as the public face for the organization. Working in partnership with both the C3 and C4 boards of directors, the executive director will ensure CIRC sets and carries out strategic priorities and direction, and proactively monitors planning for long-term risks and opportunities. Read More

Licencias SB251: Preguntas frecuentes

December 19th, 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

SB251 Driver’s Licenses: Frequently Asked Questions

December 19th, 2019
I renewed online and I haven’t received my driver license/instruction permit/ID yet. Read More

Humans of CIRC – Paola Grimaldo

August 26th, 2019
The first thing I said to the Senator when we saw him was, “Let me plan my life out more than two years at a time.” Read More

Humans of CIRC: Wendy Galan-Ayala

August 24th, 2019
How will this scholarship impact your life? My ultimate goal is to work in health administration to be able to implement new policies or new programs to make healthcare more available to underrepresented populations. I got my bachelor’s in health… Read More

Humans of CIRC: Ariadma Seguro

August 21st, 2019
Today I called someone, and they told me, "Yes, I’m a citizen now and I'm registered to vote." Both policy and direct impact work are very important to me, because one feeds the other. We’re supporting people on a process like naturalizing, which can be long and stressful, helping people get over this hurdle so they’re ready to vote and make their opinions and voices heard, to be civically engaged in more ways. Read More

Humans of CIRC: Gladis Ibarra

August 19th, 2019
But when it comes down to the basics, it’s about me going from not being able to feel safe in saying, "This is who I am," to empowering other directly impacted people to see the power of their words, the strength in their words, and recognize that they can be part of the change. Read More

Request a Know Your Rights Training | Pida una capacitación de derechos del inmigrante

August 15th, 2019
Register here for a know your rights training in your community | regístrese aquí para una capacitación de derechos del inmigrante en su comunidad. Read More

Humans of CIRC: Jess Rosero

August 14th, 2019
What is your favorite memory of CIRC? A favorite memory at CIRC is the recent Cory Gardner meet and greet. Just being part of that, and seeing us being able to hold him accountable for not taking action on the… Read More