Advocating for immigrants, their families, and their businesses since 2013.
From affirmative applications before USCIS, removal defense before the EOIR, to District Court and Court of Appeals litigation, we represent immigration clients at all levels.
Immigrants in criminal proceedings require competent counsel. We pay special attention to both the criminal and potential immigration consequences of a conviction when representing our clients.
Business Law, Licensing & Compliance
According to the Small Business Administration, immigrant entrepreneurs start 17% of all new businesses and own 13% of all businesses in the United States. Like all businesses, they face a myriad of regulations and requirements. We help immigrants start businesses and maintain compliance in regulated areas.
Immigrants have particular needs when it comes to domestic disputes. We work with our clients on a protection order, parental rights, divorce, asset allocation, and post-decree issues with their concerns in mind.
From landlord-tenant disputes to federal court litigation, we have successfully litigated cases in courts throughout Colorado.
We are driven by values
AQMN Law is a proud participant in the Legal Entrepreneurs For Justice (LEJ) legal incubator program. AQMN Law and LEJ are committed to increasing access to justice for communities that have traditionally been underserved. AQMN Law is also legally required by its Articles of Incorporation to provide pro bono representation to individuals who can’t afford legal services.
AQMN Law focuses on issues unique to immigrants. We don’t just do immigration. AQMN Law combines immigration with family law, criminal law, litigation, business, licensing/compliance, and bankruptcy to provide our clients a holistic approach to their legal issues.
The attorneys and staff at AQMN Law understand the issues facing immigrants because they are immigrants or have family that have immigrated to the United States.
The first step is getting the right team on your side.
Let’s work together on your case.