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Pro Forma Family Immigration Advocates

JF As a family run community immigration service, we believe in what we do. That’s why when it comes to supporting immigrant families, we firmly stand in support of keeping families together. Whether your story is that you want to enter the United States with your beloved spouse, that you want to live in the Read More

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AILA Report on U.S. Violations of its Own Immigration Laws

My experience representing refugees has included feasting, praying together and lots of children. I can personally attest to the good moral character of many refugees, and have witnessed a vast majority of success stories in thriving immigrant communities across the US. I believe the US benefits from refugees as they bring current, diverse voices into Read More

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Client Testimonial: I-130 Expedite for Wife and Son

We are celebrating our client’s success!! A nice client testimonial popped up on Google Business: “I highly recommend the immigration law services of Mark Daly of Pro Forma. Mark was instrumental in the successful adjudication of my immigration petition. From providing consistent and timely advice in an easy to understand manner, to strongly advocating on Read More

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Pro Forma is moving to Denver!

We decided to change our home office from Golden Colorado to Downtown Denver. CINA will now be closer to the Denver Immigration Court and USCIS Denver District office and the Aurora Detention Center. Our new address is Pro Forma 1624 Market Street Suite 202 Denver, CO 80202 _________________________________________________________________________ Click here for our Personal Immigration Questionnaire Form  Read More

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5th Circuit Fed Appeals Court Upholds Delay Of Obama’s DAPA Immigration program

A federal appeals court ruled against President Barack Obama’s DAPA immigration program, stating the negative economic impact on Texas is a valid claim. This decision comes nearly a year after Obama announced it as a follow up measure to DACA and Congress’ failure to enact comprehensive immigration reform. Read the decision HERE  The ruling sets back the Deferred Action for Read More

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USCIS Waivers for Extreme Hardship – new rules pending

On October 7, 2015 the USCIS issued a draft extreme hardship policy guidance for public comment. This guidance clarifies how USCIS waivers for extreme hardship will be determined once the guidance is finalized. The draft guidance addresses which waivers require a showing of extreme hardship, how an applicant can establish extreme hardship to a qualifying Read More

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Can I appeal a decision by the US Embassy?

The answer is yes! It might take a long time, but when the stakes are high like bringing your family over to become residents of the United States, it is worth it! The case of Patel v. Reno (134 F.3d 929 C.A.9, 1997) is an example of how immigrants and their families can appeal the Read More

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