Welcome to our Immigration Law Firm!
Masters Law Firm, P.C. is an experienced Immigration Lawyer firm located in Colorado, with offices in the Denver Metro area and Greeley. Immigration Law is ALL we do! Because we are 100% focused on Immigration issues, we are able to keep up with the latest changes and newest modifications to the laws that affect Immigration and Naturalization.
We help both individuals and corporations with respect to all matters that relate to U.S. Immigration Law: Immigration, Citizenship and Naturalization, Marriage and Fiancee Visas, Family Immigration, Asylum, Deportation and Removal, Immigration Delay, and Employment Visas. We are always available to consult with you in our Denver Metro or Greeley office, so give us a call!
We are committed to providing our clients exceptional legal services in a timely and professional manner. Here's what we can do for you:
- Flat fees
- Personalized attention.
- Responsive services
- Effective representation
- We work diligently to protect you
- We speak Arabic, French and Spanish
Our clients come from all over the world! Some of the countries that our clients are from are: Algeria,Tunisia, Mexico, Guatemala, Peru, Finland, Guinea, Australia, Sudan, Ethiopia, Morocco, Russia, Cuba, Azerbaijan, Jordan, China, Nepal, Honduras, Lithuania, Estonia, Canada, Afganistan, Pakistan, India, Dominican Republic, Cambodia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Maurituis, Romania, Ghana, Ukraine, Indonesia, Vietnam, Iran, Phillipines, Jamaica, El Salvador, Kazakistan, Colombia, Senegal, Somalia, Hungary, and Panama.
How Do We Achieve Excellence with
Since we are a small immigration law firm, we are able to offer our clients personalized attention and responsive services without the overhead costs of a large firm. We work with each client individually so that we can understand their personal needs and particular circumstances. Whether you’re a large corporation or an individual, we deliver top notch legal representation. We understand that a visa approval has major ramifications on the quality and happiness of your life.
Our company is your #1 Source for Immigration Legal Services!
Immigration Services provided by Masters Law Firm, P.C.
Marriage and Family Immigration Law
Masters Law Firm, P.C. is committed to reuniting and bringing family members together. We can help you obtain a marriage green card or a fiancée visa, as well as help your children, parents or other family members come to America on an immediate relative green card.
Business Immigration Law
Masters Law Firm, P.C. helps clients through the entire immigration process from obtaining a visa to applying for citizenship. Our naturalization services include a study packet to help our clients pass the Naturalization exam on the first attempt.
Asylum and Refugees
Masters Law Firm, P.C. has experience helping foreign nationals who are victims of persecution in their home countries gain asylum in the United States whether they are applying for asylum with USCIS or are in front of an immigration judge. Once an immigrant has been awarded asylum or has entered the United States as a refugee, we can help bring your family members to the United States and obtain a green card and work authorization.
Facing Removal / Deportation
Masters Law Firm, P.C. works diligently to protect immigrants and their families from the devastating effects of deportation and removal from the United States. At all deportation hearings you have the right to be represented by an attorney. U.S. immigration attorney Bobbie C. Masters provides clients with aggressive representation in immigration court.
Why should I hire an Immigration Attorney when I can do it myself?
The immigration process is one of the most important matters many people will go through in their lives. Immigration laws and procedures are complex and changes occur often, and major changes have been occurring, both in Congress and within the USCIS at a startling rate. The old saying “He who represents himself has a fool for a lawyer” applies to immigration law as much as any other area of law. Do not let the bad advice of friends, relatives, co-workers, immigration consultants, and notario’s lead to a nightmare scenario that could mean the loss of your immigration benefits.
Even if you manage to file an application yourself, your lack of knowledge regarding immigration rules and regulations could lead to a mistake that can be costly in terms of time and money. Your mistake may limit your options, have deportation consequences or mean the denial of a visa. If you have to hire a lawyer later, your mistakes may limit your options and immigration attorneys are likely to charge you substantially more to clean up the mess. In most states, people who work as immigration consultants or notaries are violating the law by practicing law without a license. They do not have the knowledge or training to understand complex legal matters and help you decide the best course of action, given the facts of your individual situation or business interests.
The USCIS does not recognize consultants and will not let them represent you on your behalf. In addition, because these individuals are operating illegally, their work is not regulated and you do not have the same recourse available to go after someone who is dishonest or incompetent. Even the USCIS has warned the public that the immigration process is more than just filling out forms. There are rules, regulations and consequences behind most of the questions asked on the forms. One small mistake on a form could lead to deportation in the future even if you have been in the United States for many years.
A good immigration attorney can advise you concerning the latest changes in immigration law and help you decide the best course of action, given the facts of your individual situation. The lawyer can work with you to prepare your case and represent you in front of the government agency handling your case or in front of an immigration judge. The attorney should be able to explain to the agency or immigration judge why you should be eligible for immigration benefits under current United States immigration laws.