Are you in the process of DACA or naturalization applications? Our legal services team is ready to help! We provide resources, workshops, and private appointments to help community members navigate the complexities of obtaining or renewing legal status.
Please note: Our legal services staff are not certified lawyers and cannot offer specific legal advice, but are available to give guidance for processes like applying for and renewing DACA, or applying for citizenship.
In 2020 alone, we helped community members submit:
441 applications for citizenship
275 DACA renewals
89 green card applications
Visit our Upcoming Workshops page to see when the next workshop will be or sign up to be notified as soon as one is scheduled. Or, visit our resource library for more information on DACA, TPS, or Naturalization.
Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition relies on the assistance of volunteers to host naturalization workshops. Attorney, students, and all volunteers welcome to assist with eligibility screening, form filling, logistics & more. Training and lunch provided. Please sign up to volunteer here!
Statement from our Executive Director on Trump’s Attack on Birthright Citizenship
October 30, 2018Press Release
(Denver, CO) – Nicole Melaku, Executive Director of the Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition (CIRC) issued the following statement on President Trump and Senator Lindsey Graham’s attempt to unconstitutionally end birthright citizenship, enshrined in the 14th amendment of the U.S. Constitution, through executive order or through legislation: “This morning President Trump’s and South Carolina Senator Lindsey […]
All Souls Church takes in first sanctuary seekers.
September 7, 2017In the News
All Souls Church takes in first sanctuary seekers Sanctuary in action By Nat Stein @_natstein_ Sliding across the church’s hardwood floors with a squeal, 3-year-old David is contentedly unaware of the gravity of his new living situation inside All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church in downtown Colorado Springs. He gets all the apple juice he wants and there […]
60 Resources for Supporting Immigrant and Refugee Communities
July 9, 2019
When working with immigrant and refugee Communities, check out these resources which include toolkits, informational pages and guides for the areas of Education, Employment, Health, Housing and Resettlement, Legal, and Safety.
Living in Limbo: A Guide to Understanding Your Rights, Benefits, and Obligations When you Have No Immigration Status
July 30, 2018
Our latest guide, Living in Limbo, produced in collaboration with the Immigrant Legal Resource Center, United We Dream, Immigrants Rising (formerly known as E4FC), and UndocuMedia will help you understand your rights, benefits, and obligations if you have no immigration status in the United States.
Beware of Notarios, Frauds, and Scams | Cuidado con Notarios, Fraudes y Estafas
September 29, 2017
Do you plan on seeking legal help for your immigration case? It's important to be careful about what kind of legal help you get, remember, the wrong legal help can hurt! Make sure you don’t get scammed by rumors, notarios and fraud.