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Jeffrey Dean Joseph

Immigration Attorney at Aurora, CO

4.4   7 reviews

also known as Jeff Joseph, Jeff D. Joseph

  • Licensed for 26 years
    State CO
    Acquired 1997
    Status
    Active No misconduct found

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

About Jeffrey

Learn Jeffrey’s areas of practice.

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Practice area
  1. Immigration
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    Joseph Law Firm is a full service immigration law firm for over ten years. We use our knowledge, teamwork, professionalism and expertise to provide the highest quality legal services and results to individuals and businesses, one client at a time. Our practice areas include Business Immigration, Family Immigration, Deporatation Defense, Asylum, Employer Compliance, Naturalization and Federal Litigation.

    26 years, 2,664 cases

Joseph Law Firm, P.C. has been Colorado’s leading immigration law firm since 1998 with offices in Aurora, Colorado Springs and Edwards, Colorado. Joseph Law Firm, P.C. has a national reputation for excellence in providing legal services to individuals, families and businesses. We use our knowledge, teamwork, professionalism and expertise to serve our clients and provide them with the personalized attention that they deserve.

Personal Touch and Superior Customer Service

Immigration and nationality law is a complex and constantly changing area of law. A knowledgeable and trained immigration attorney can effectively advise and represent individuals before the Department of Labor, Department of Homeland Security and Immigration Court. Joseph Law Firm, P.C. prides itself on getting to know the clients with whom we work and understanding our clients’ cultures, ambitions and concerns. We offer a personal touch and superior customer service to each individual that we represent. Each case is assigned to a team of professionals that includes an attorney and paralegal with knowledge and expertise in immigration law.

Immigration Lawyers in Denver Colorado

Our attorneys are all members of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), the national association of immigration attorneys. We have won numerous awards and frequently appear as experts in the courts and the media. We have successfully represented clients before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service, the Immigration Courts, the Board of Immigration Appeals, and the Federal Courts. In addition, we have successfully represented businesses on I-9 audits and employer compliance issues.

Services We Provide

Family & Citizenship

Business Immigration

Entrepreneurs & Investors

Employer Compliance

Deportation Defense

Processing Visas at Consulates

Appeals & Federal Litigation

Vulnerable Populations

LGBT Issues

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

Deferred Action for Parents (DAPA)

Global Outbound Immigration

 

 

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Location

Joseph Law Firm, P.C. - Denver Metro Office
12203 E. 2nd Ave
Aurora, CO, 80011
Joseph Law Firm, P.C. - Colorado Springs Office
963 East Colorado Ave
Colorado Springs, CO, 80903
Joseph Law Firm, P.C. - Eagle County Office
97 Main Street
Suite W206
Edwards, CO, 81632
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Reviews

4.4 / 5.0
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Posted by David | December 5, 2015
This review is from a person who hired this attorney.
| Hired Attorney
From L1A to Greencard
I met Jeff prior to commencing a business transfer from Germany to Denver with my family, from the outset he and the other colleagues who he introduced us to made a professional and friendly impression. The detailed preparation which they insisted upon created a lot of work in advance, transferring documents from Germany to Denver was easy due to their customer portal, and the applications for the L visa's went through with only a few questions from the authorities. These were swiftly dealt with by Jeff and theTeam. The Greencard applications made upon our arrival were speedily achieved (less than 12 months after arrival) based upon the same thorough preparation and reaction to queries. Jeff and his team were always available for answers. Twice over a weekend. I can highly recommend using Joseph Law for Visa applications.
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Posted by Renee and Evy | October 21, 2015
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| Hired Attorney
So far so good!!
Mr. Joseph and his team are currently working on my husband and I case. So far everything is going well. His staff are very well connected. They communicate very well. Ware at the tail end of our process and with Jeff and his team behind us we feel safe. Thank you Jeff
Posted by Irays | July 7, 2015
Always felt safe
My experience with Jeff and his team was excellent, I was always informed of any updates. Their knowledge and expertise mad me feel safe and confident in my case.
Posted by Rob | May 12, 2015
Simply the BEST
Jeff is simply the very best Immigration Attorney. His amazing knowledge and understanding of the complexities of the immigration system helped me tremendously in obtaining my US Citizenship. My case was very complicated - having several arrests and recorded misdemeanors. Jeff was extremely thorough in ensuring my application and interview were seamless. I am now a proud US citizen thanks to Jeff. I could not recommend Jeff or his company more highly.
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Response from Jeffrey Joseph May 19, 2015
Thanks Rob! I have enjoyed working with you over the years and am thrilled that your journey finally led you to U.S. citizenship.
Posted by Matthew Kraus | May 4, 2015
The Jeffrey Joseph Law Firm is outstanding in all legal matters concerning Imigration.
Representation by the Jeffrey Joseph Law firm allowed my spouse to obtain a legal resident alien card. (green card) The staff was courteous, professional and very diligent. While the process is long and involved, Jeff Josph guided and helped us through every step, right up to the final interview with the immigration officer. I would not trust anybody but the Jeff Joseph Law firm to handle such an important matter. They are simply the best in Colorado.
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Response from Jeffrey Joseph May 5, 2015
Thank you Matthew. It was a pleasure for our firm to represent you. We enjoyed working with you to obtain your immigration objectives.
Posted by Cynthia | March 30, 2015
Immigration Assistance with Green Card
On our behalf Jeff filed an application for a green card and then attended the interview with immigration. He was professional at all times, and extremely knowledgeable, thorough, and helpful throughout the entire process. Although he was late for two appointments, Jeff always responded to phone and e-mail inquiries immediately. We highly recommend Jeff Joseph.
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Response from Jeffrey Joseph May 5, 2015
Thank you for your kind words. I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know your family and to help you through the arduous immigration process.
Posted by Raed Mubarak | August 28, 2012
A complete rip and unprofessional Law firm
I met with Mr. Jeff Joseph on 8/6/2012 an INS attorney and he charged me a $157 Consultation fee ( a discount if I paid before meeting him) and we discussed a plea I took in 2011. I asked him to help me in the INS consequences of such a plea and Mr. Joseph told me he needed a $1100 initial deposit. Mr Joseph told me if I made the deposit today he would apply the consultation toward my total deposit. So I paid him on the spot and several days later his assistant Mr Broge Large contacted me to met with him and said they cannot assist me in my matters and that I should seek help elsewhere. They also claimed that the criminal lawyer was rude and they have avoided all contact with me. They have refused to send me a refund or a bill statement and have abused their position of trust. I have been very patient and tried to contact them but to no avail please I ask you put this complaint in for me. Many of us immigrants try to find help and we trust the so called "Super lawyer" of our community to be abused and abandoned. This is so hard on our families that are trying to live a safe life. The Joseph Law firm is a absolute rip and I am a victim of this unfortunate incident. Avoid getting help from this firm, I have contacted The Colorado Supreme Court Attorney Advocacy and Better Business Bureau and even my Chase bank to get any or all monies returned. God Bless you all.
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Response from Jeffrey Joseph December 12, 2014
Unfortunately, the rules of professional conduct for attorneys prohibit me from confirming if Mr. Mubarak is even my client, and if he is my client from responding to the allegations he makes above. Mr. Mubarak has been asked to waive attorney client privilege so that I can respond to the allegations that he has made above and he has refused to do so.
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Cost

Rates
  • Hourly Rates $ 175-425 per hour
Payment methods
Cash, Check, Credit Card

Resume

AVVO RATING 10.0 (Superb)

Work Experience

  • Senior Partner
  • Joseph Law Firm, P.C
  • 1998 - Present
  • Associate Attorney
  • Law Office of Ann Allott
  • 1997 - 1998
  • Law Clerk
  • Center for Human Rights Advocacy
  • 1996 - 1997

Education

  • University of Denver College of Law
  • JD - Juris Doctor
  • 1997
  • Wake Forest University
  • BA - Bachelor of Arts, cum laude
  • 1993

Sample of Legal Cases

  • Iliev v. Holder, Docket, No. 09-9517 (10th Cir. July 19, 2010)
  • Won the case on the jurisdictional issue, but client did not succeed on the facts
  • Valdez-Sanchez v. Gonzales, Docket No. 05-9506 (10th Cir. April 23, 2007)
  • Client was successful. Permanent residence was reinstated and client ordered back into the U.S.
  • Ballesteros v. Ashcroft, Docket Nos. 04-9528 (10th Cir. June 14, 2006).
  • Client was successful and the case was remanded for a new hearing
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Associations

  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Treasurer
  • 2021 - Present
  • Federal Bar Association (Colorado chapter)
  • Member
  • 2013 - Present
  • Colorado Supreme Court, Colorado Bar Association
  • Practice Monitor
  • 2013 - Present
  • Colorado Criminal Defense Bar Association
  • Member
  • 2001 - Present
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Secretary
  • 2020 - 2021
  • Federal Bar Association, Immigration Law Section
  • Vice Chair
  • 2019 - 2020
  • Colorado Flat Fee Rules Task Force
  • Member
  • 2015 - 2020
  • Colorado Hispanic Bar Association
  • Board of Directors
  • 2015 - 2020
  • Mile High Young Professionals
  • Philanthropy Committee
  • 2015 - 2016
  • Colorado Bar Association, Civil Rights Committee
  • Member
  • 2014 - 2015
  • Colorado Bar Association Balanced Legal Career Committee
  • Member
  • 2014 - 2017
  • Urban Nights Denver
  • Co-chair
  • 2012 - 2019
  • Mexican Cultural Center
  • Board of Directors
  • 2010 - 2015
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Board of Governors
  • 2009 - 2012
  • Joseph Family Foundation
  • Board Member
  • 2007 - 2019
  • American Immigration Council
  • Trustee
  • 2006 - 2012
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Board of Governors
  • 2005 - 2006
  • Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN)
  • Board of Directors
  • 2000 - 2003
  • University of Denver, College of Law
  • Adjunct Professor of Immigration Law
  • 2000 - 2010
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Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Spanish

Honors and Awards

  • Pro Bono Recognition Award, 2006-2021
  • Colorado Supreme Court
  • 2021
  • Top Lawyer in Colorado, Immigration, 2006-2020
  • 5280 Magazine
  • 2020
  • Superlawyer, 2006-2020
  • Colorado Super Lawyers Magazine
  • 2020
  • Best Lawyers in America, Immigration, 2010-2020
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 2020
  • Top-rated law firm, Immigration, 2010-2020
  • U.S. News and World Report
  • 2020
  • Best Immigration Lawyer of the Year
  • Best Lawyers
  • 2015
  • Top Lawyer, Immigration
  • 5280 Magazine
  • 2014
  • President's Commendation Award
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • 2011
  • Forty under 40'
  • Denver Business Journal
  • 2008
  • Finalist in the Best of the Bar Awards
  • Denver Business Journal, Denver Bar Association
  • 2005
  • Joseph Minsky Young Lawyer Award
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • 2004
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Publications

  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Navigating Rough Waters: Guiding Your Law Firm Through Times of Crisis
  • 2020
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association Upper Midwest Annual Conference, Minneapolis, MN
  • Inadmissibility Issues for the Business Practitioner
  • 2019
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association Spring Federal Litigation Conference, Chicago,IL
  • Challenging Agency Claims of Deference
  • 2019
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association Federal Court Seminar, Washington D.C.
  • Keeping Your Eye on the Ball: Strategic Decision in Federal Court Litigation
  • 2018
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, PERM and H2B Conference, Seattle, WA
  • When Can You Use the H2A and H2B Visa? Don't Leave Them Out on the Range
  • 2017
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Worksite Enforcement Conference, Phoenix,AZ
  • E-Verify Practice Advisory
  • 2017
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, New York Chapter Conference
  • FDNS Site Visits
  • 2016
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, South Florida Conference
  • “Hottest BIA Cases of 2015”
  • 2016
  • Federal Court Litigation Institute, Manual and Materials
  • Contributing Author, Federal Court Litigation Institute
  • 2015
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association and Florida Bar Association, South Florida Chapter
  • “Pointers and Pitfalls of the Provisional Waiver Process: Tips for a Successful I-601A”
  • 2015
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association Fall Conference, Minneapolis, MN,
  • “When Your Client Tells a Lie; Advanced Concept on the Use of the 212(i) and 237(a)(1)(H) Waiver”
  • 2015
  • Latin American and Caribbean Chapter, American Immigration Lawyers Association, Annual Conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil,
  • “Inadmissibility Clauses for the Consular Practitioner”
  • 2015
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Mexico City Chapter
  • “Is There Any Hope for the Terminal Consular Case?” Contributing Author
  • 2014
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, New York City Chapter
  • ), “Proactive Employer Compliance in a World of Increased FDNS Investigations,” Contributing Author
  • 2014
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Rocky Mountain Regional Conference
  • “Advanced Form I-9 Issues and Employer Compliance,” Contributing Author
  • 2014
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Annual Conference Practice Pointers
  • “Cleaning Up Your Client’s Mess,” Contributing Author
  • 2014
  • New England Chapter, American Immigration Lawyers Association, Annual Conference
  • “In Depth Review of Certain BIA and Federal Court Cases,” Contributing Author
  • 2014
  • South Florida Bar Association and South Florida Chapter of American Immigration Lawyers Association, Annual Immigration Law Update
  • “Writing Successful Motions and Memos Based on Descamps, Moncrieffe, and Other Important Case Law,” Contributing Author
  • 2014
  • Federal Bar Association, Immigration Section, Annual CLE
  • “Pointers and Pitfalls of the Provisional Waiver Process: Tips for a Successful I-601A Application,” Contributing Author
  • 2013
  • Federal Court Litigation Institute, Manual and Materials
  • Contributing Author, Federal Court Litigation Institute
  • 2013
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Annual Conference
  • “Overview of Burden of Proof Considerations in Removal Proceedings,” Contributing Author
  • 2013
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, South Florida Chapter
  • Contributing Author, “Holding the Government to the Burden of Proof and Challenging the Admissibility of Documents to Meet the Burden of Proof”
  • 2013
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Colorado Chapter, Rocky Mountain Regional Conference
  • “Overview of Burden of Proof Considerations in Removal Proceedings,” Contributing Author
  • 2013
  • Conference Manual for the 2012 American Immigration Lawyers Association Annual Conference
  • Contributing Author, “Inadmissibility Issues for the Business Practitioner”
  • 2012
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, South Florida Bar Association
  • Contributing Author, “Holding the Government to the Burden of Proof in Removal Proceedings and Challenging the Admissibility of Documents to Meet the Burden of Proof”
  • 2012
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Colorado Chapter
  • Contributing Author, “Holding the Government to the Burden of Proof and Challenging the Admissibility of Documents to Meet the Burden of Proof”
  • 2012
  • Colorado Bar Association, Employment Law CLE Conference Manual
  • “What Every Human Resources Professional and In-House Counsel Needs to Know about Immigration Law,” Contributing Author
  • 2011
  • Immigration Law for Colorado Practitioners, Colorado Bar Association
  • Contributing Author, “Board of Immigration Appeals Review of Immigration Court Removal Decisions”
  • 2011
  • Immigration Law for the Colorado Practitioner, Colorado Bar Association
  • Contributing Author, “Federal Court Review of Deportation and Immigration Court Removal Decisions and Other Federal Court Challenges to Agency Actions”
  • 2011
  • Conference Manual for the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Annual Convention
  • “Representing Employers in Federal Employer Compliance Debarment Actions”
  • 2011
  • Conference Manual for the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Annual Convention
  • “Demonstrating Hardship in Cancellation of Removal Cases”
  • 2011
  • Conference Manual for the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Fall Conference
  • “Holding the Government to the Burden of Proof in Removal Proceedings and Challenging the Admissibility of Documents to Meet the Burden of Proof”
  • 2011
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Annual Convention
  • “’Knowledge’ in the Context of Suspect Documents,” Contributing Author
  • 2010
  • Texas Bar Association and American Immigration Lawyers Association Texas Chapter Annual Conference Manual
  • “When the Honeymoon Comes to an End, Representing Foreign Nationals in I-751 Removal of Conditions Cases”
  • 2010
  • Conference Manual for the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Annual Convention
  • “Representing Employers in Federal I-9 Enforcement Actions,” Contributing Author
  • 2010
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Annual Convention
  • “Thinking Outside the Bureaucratic Box, Using the Federal Court to Challenge Unlawful Agency Action”
  • 2009
  • Central Florida and South Florida Bar Association and American Immigration Lawyers Association Florida Chapter Annual Conference Manual
  • “The Slow and Painful Death of the Categorical Approach in Immigration Cases”
  • 2009
  • South Florida Bar Association and American Immigration Lawyers Association South Florida Chapter Annual Conference Manual
  • “The Importance of Being Earnest to Find the ‘Right’ Circuit to Litigate your Immigration Case”
  • 2009
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Annual Convention
  • “Getting Out More: Challenging Unlawful Detention in Immigration Court”
  • 2008
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
  • Contributing Editor, Litigation Toolbox
  • 2007
  • Contributing Editor Colorado Lawyer
  • Immigration Edition of the Colorado Lawyer
  • 2006
  • Journal of the Colorado Bar Association
  • “Immigration Consequences of Criminal Pleas and Convictions”
  • 2006
  • Florida State Bar, American Immigration Lawyers Association Annual Conference
  • “Waivers and Relief from Removal: Recent Developments in Removal Defense and Waiver Law”
  • 2006
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Annual Convention
  • “Getting Out More: Challenging Unlawful Detention in Immigration Court”
  • 2006
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
  • “Practice What you Preach, Preach What You Practice: The Top Ten Tips for Advocacy”
  • 2005
  • AILA Northwest Regional Immigration Conference
  • “Attacking the Notice to Appear and Holding the INS to the Burden of Proof”
  • 2002
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • “Attacking the Notice to Appear and Holding the INS to the Burden of Proof"
  • 2001
  • Journal of the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association
  • “Immigration Consequences of Criminal Pleas and Convictions”
  • 2001
  • Journal of the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association
  • “Attacking the Notice to Appear and Holding the INS to the Burden of Proof”
  • 2001
  • Journal of the Colorado Criminal Defense Bar
  • “Immigration Consequences of Criminal Pleas and Convictions”
  • 2001
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Annual Conference, Washington D.C.
  • “Advanced Issues in Worksite Enforcement and Compliance,” Contributing Author
  • N/A
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Speaking Engagements

  • Colorado Bar Association
  • Intersection of Immigration & Employment Law
  • 2021
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Latin American and Caribbean Chapter,
  • Q&A with the Latin American and Caribbean Chapter’s Leading Immigration Law Experts
  • 2021
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Colorado Chapter
  • How to get involved in AILA National
  • 2021
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Asian Pacific Chapter Annual Conference
  • Litigation on Public Charge issues
  • 2021
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Asian Pacific Chapter Annual Conference
  • Litigation Petition Denials
  • 2021
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Annual Conference
  • Hot Topics in Immigration Law
  • 2021
  • Colorado Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law
  • Labor and Employment Issues in Immigration Cases
  • 2020
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Latin American and Caribbean Chapter
  • Release from Detention
  • 2020
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Idaho Chapter
  • Coming Back from COVID: Returning to Work
  • 2020
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Dealing with COVID in am Immigration Practice
  • 2020
  • University of Denver, Sturm College of Law, Cannabis Law Committee
  • The Intersection of Marijuana Law and Immigration
  • 2019
  • Colorado Livestock Association
  • Immigration Options for Agricultural Employers
  • 2019
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Las Vegas Chapter
  • Workflow Revamps-Untangling Messy Processes
  • 2019
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Maintaining Status in a World of Visa Retrogressions
  • 2019
  • Kent Denver High School
  • Immigration Law 101 for Spanish Speaker
  • 2018
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Latin American and Caribbean Chapter
  • Waivers in Adjustment and Consular Interviews
  • 2018
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Colorado Chapter
  • Federal Litigation of Immigration Petitions
  • 2018
  • Willian Doyle Inns of Court
  • Immigration Changes in a Trump Administration
  • 2017
  • University of Colorado, Boulder
  • Immigration History of LGBTQ Immigration
  • 2017
  • Federal Bar Association, Annual Conference
  • Criminal Waivers in Removal Proceeding
  • 2017
  • Federal Bar Association
  • Basics of Non-Immigrant Visa
  • 2017
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Worksite Enforcement Conference
  • Introduction to E-Verify
  • 2017
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Fundamentals Conference
  • Overview of PERM
  • 2017
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Spring CLE Conference
  • “Growing Forward with Your Practice"
  • 2016
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Spring CLE Conference
  • "Entrepreneurship 101: How to Be Successful in the Business of Law"
  • 2016
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, South Florida Conference
  • “Advanced Concepts in Naturalization"
  • 2016
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, South Florida Conference
  • “BIA and Federal Court Update”
  • 2016
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association, 13th Annual New England Immigration Law Conference
  • “Trends in Federal Court and Appellate Practice”
  • 2016
  • South Florida Chapter
  • “Advanced Issues in Removal Defense and Waivers”
  • 2015
  • South Florida Chapter
  • “Hottest BIA and Federal Court Cases of 2014”
  • 2015
  • Rocky Mountain Youth Development Conference
  • “President Obama’s Executive Action on Immigration and What it Means for Undocumented Youth and Their Families”
  • 2015
  • Rocky Mountain Regional Conference
  • “Bringing Your Clients Into Compliance and Starting a Worksite Enforcement Practice”
  • 2015
  • Mexican Cultural Center
  • “DACA and DAPA under President Obama’s Executive Action Announcement and Options for Immigrant Families”
  • 2015
  • Latin America and Caribbean Chapter, Annual Conference
  • “Inadmissibility Issues for the Consular Practitioner”
  • 2015
  • Immigration Section Annual CLE
  • “Advance Parole and Travel after Arrabelly and Yerrabally”
  • 2015
  • Hospitality Human Resources Association
  • “What Every Human Resources Professional Needs to Know about President Obama’s Executive Action on Immigration”
  • 2015
  • Federal Bar Association, Immigration Section Annual CLE
  • “Developments in Prosecutorial Discretion”
  • 2015
  • Colorado Livestock Association
  • “When ICE Comes Knocking: Rights of an Employer in a Worksite Investigation”
  • 2015
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association Fall Conference
  • “When Your Client Tells a Lie: Fraud, Misrepresentation and Waivers”
  • 2015
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • “Advanced Issues in Worksite Enforcement and Compliance”
  • 2015
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • “Hot Topics and Open Forum with AILA Liaison and Immigration and Customs Enforcement Leadership”
  • 2015
  • 1150 AM Radio
  • “Obama’s Executive Action Announcement and Immigration Options, Q&A”
  • 2015
  • Teleconference
  • "The Three C’s: Citizenship, Card and Claims"
  • 2014
  • Student Legal Services
  • "Immigration Options for Foreign Students"
  • 2014
  • Rocky Mountain Youth Development Conference
  • "Immigration Reform and Prospects for Undocumented Youth"
  • 2014
  • New York Chapter Conference
  • “Proactive Employer Compliance in a World of Increased FDNS Investigations”
  • 2014
  • New England Chapter Annual Conference
  • "Federal Court and BIA update"
  • 2014
  • Mexico City Chapter
  • "Is There Any Hope for the Terminal Case at the Consulate"
  • 2014
  • Immigration Law Section
  • "Waivers and Relief from Removal and Analyzing Crimes in Immigration Cases after Moncrieffe and Descamps"
  • 2014
  • Immigrant Pathway Institute
  • "Identifying Immigration Solutions and The Role of the Advocate and Interview Skills"
  • 2014
  • El Paso County Bar Association
  • "Immigration Analysis of Crimes after Moncrieffe, Descamps and Silva Trevino"
  • 2014
  • EDUCA Radio
  • “Obama’s Executive Action Announcement and Immigration Options”
  • 2014
  • Annual Immigration Law Update
  • "Crimmigration"
  • 2014
  • Annual Conference
  • "Cleaning Up Your Client’s Mess"
  • 2014
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association Rocky Mountain Regional Conference
  • "Advanced Issues in Worksite Enforcement"
  • 2014
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • "Federal Court Challenges to Agency Action"
  • 2014
  • 1150 AM Radio
  • “Obama’s Executive Action Announcement and Immigration Options”
  • 2014
  • Web Seminar
  • "An Ethical Look at Accepting Fees Before Immigration Reform"
  • 2013
  • Web Seminar
  • "I-601A Provisional Waivers: What You Need to Know"
  • 2013
  • School of Continuing Education
  • "Lecture to Immigration Policy Class on Immigration Reform"
  • 2013
  • Legacy Denver
  • "Immigration Reform 2013"
  • 2013
  • Immigration Lawyers on the Web
  • "Removal Grounds and Defenses to Removal"
  • 2013
  • Immigration Law Section Annual CLE
  • "USCIS Hot Topics, Matter of Silva-Trevino and Crimes Involving Moral Turpitude"
  • 2013
  • Denver Quality After School Connection
  • Presentation on Immigration Reform
  • 2013
  • Colorado Chapter, Rocky Mountain Regional Conference
  • "Burdens of Proof in Immigration Proceedings and Adjudications"
  • 2013
  • Colorado Chapter, New Members Division
  • "Crimes Involving Moral Turpitude, Matter of Silva Trevino, and the analysis after Moncrieffe and Deschamps"
  • 2013
  • Colorado Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • "Representing the Criminal-Alien Respondent"
  • 2013
  • Annual Conference
  • "USCIS Hot Topics Panel, Burdens of Proof in Immigration Adjudications"
  • 2013
  • Annual CLE
  • BIA and Federal Court Update, Developments in “Crimmigration”
  • 2013
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association (Colorado chapter), New Members Division
  • "Federal Court Challenges to Agency Action"
  • 2013
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Federal Court Litigation Institute
  • 2013
  • Web Teleconference
  • "K-1 Fiancee Visas"
  • 2012
  • Web Seminar
  • "Law Practice Management and Electronic Forms Programs and Storage"
  • 2012
  • Viva Colorado
  • "Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals"
  • 2012
  • South Florida Bar Association Chapter Meeting
  • "Immigration Consequences of Drug Offenses"
  • 2012
  • South Florida Bar Association Annual Conference
  • "Burdens of Proof in Immigration Adjudications and Proceedings and Speaker Child Status Protection Act"
  • 2012
  • Small Practice Section
  • "Show Me the Money: Best Practices for Getting Paid"
  • 2012
  • Immigration Lawyers on the Web
  • "Criminal and Federal Court Issues in Immigration law"
  • 2012
  • Immigration at a Crossroads
  • "Overview of Immigration Law and Procedures"
  • 2012
  • Immigrant’s List CLE, Miami, Florida
  • Advanced Issues in Naturalization and Naturalization Claims in Federal Court
  • 2012
  • Hospitality Human Resources Association
  • Proactive Employer Compliance and I-9 Presentation
  • 2012
  • First Annual Regional Conference
  • "Burdens of Proof in Immigration Proceedings and Adjudications"
  • 2012
  • Federal Court Conference
  • "Administrative Procedures Act Cases"
  • 2012
  • Federal Court Conference
  • "Federal Court Challenges Under the Freedom of Information Act"
  • 2012
  • Enrichment Program
  • "Immigration Issues in the 2012 Election"
  • 2012
  • El Paso County Bar Association
  • "Immigration 101"
  • 2012
  • Educa Radio Program
  • "Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals"
  • 2012
  • Criminal Defense Bar DUI Think Tank
  • "Immigration Consequences of Alcohol Offenses"
  • 2012
  • Annual Conference
  • "Inadmissibility Issues for Business Immigration Attorneys"
  • 2012
  • Annual Conference
  • "Post Conviction Relief Post Padilla v. Kentucky"
  • 2012
  • Annual Conference
  • "Federal Court Challenges to Agency Action"
  • 2012
  • Adams County Bar Association
  • "Crimmigration"
  • 2012
  • Webinar
  • "Crimes and Vices: Immigration Consequences of Criminal Pleas and Convictions"
  • 2011
  • Sports and Entertainment Law Section
  • "Nonimmigrant Visa Options for Foreign Athletes, Artists, Entertainers and Models"
  • 2011
  • Solo and Small Business Conference
  • "Growing Forward with your Practice"
  • 2011
  • Practicing Immigration Law in the Absence of Immigration Reform
  • "Detention Issues"
  • 2011
  • Paralegal School
  • "Hot Topics in Immigration Law"
  • 2011
  • National Teleconference
  • "Employment Based Immigration and Employer Compliance"
  • 2011
  • Migrant Resources Center
  • "Immigration Law 101"
  • 2011
  • Institute for Public Policy
  • "Creating the Perfect Immigration System"
  • 2011
  • Immigration Policy Class
  • "Immigration Issues in Criminal Cases"
  • 2011
  • Immigration Law Section
  • "Supreme Court Decisions on Immigratoin from 2010"
  • 2011
  • Immigration Law for the Colorado Practitioner
  • "Federal Court Challenges to Agency Action"
  • 2011
  • Fall Conference
  • "Rules of Evidence and Trial Practice in Immigration Court Proceedings"
  • 2011
  • Extension Program
  • "Proactive Employer Compliance"
  • 2011
  • Denver Kids
  • "Immigration Issues Facing Undocumented Youth"
  • 2011
  • Colorado Chapter Monthly Meeting
  • "Matter of Silva-Trevino and the Categorical Approach to Crimes"
  • 2011
  • Colorado Chapter Monthly Meeting
  • "Rules of Evidence and Trial Practice in Immigration Court Proceedings"
  • 2011
  • Annual Employment Law Update
  • "What Every Human Resources Manager and In-House Counsel Needs to Know About Immigration"
  • 2011
  • Annual Conference
  • "Immigration Consequences of Criminal Pleas and Convictions"
  • 2011
  • Annual Conference
  • "Federal Court Immigration Update"
  • 2011
  • Annual Conference
  • "Hot Topics in Immigration Law"
  • 2011
  • Teleconference
  • "Custody, Voluntary Departure and Judicial Review"
  • 2010
  • Presentation
  • "Arizona SB-1070"
  • 2010
  • Presentation
  • "Hot Topics in Immigration Law"
  • 2010
  • Presentation
  • "The Arizona Immigration Law and Its Implications for Colorado"
  • 2010
  • Presentation
  • "Naturalization Basics"
  • 2010
  • Presentation
  • "I-9 Issues and Proactive Employer Compliance"
  • 2010
  • Presentation
  • "Immigration 101"
  • 2010
  • New York Chapter Annual Conference
  • "Motions to Reopen Removal Proceedings"
  • 2010
  • Global Health Symposium
  • "Issues Involving Immigrants with HIV and AIDS"
  • 2010
  • Federal Practice CLE
  • "Immigration Update"
  • 2010
  • Fall Conference
  • "Advanced Issues in Employment-Based Adjustment of Status"
  • 2010
  • Annual Immigration Law Update
  • "Cross Circuit Issues in Immigration"
  • 2010
  • Annual Immigration Law Update
  • "Sophisticated Defenses to Removal"
  • 2010
  • Annual Immigration Law CLE
  • "Immigration 101"
  • 2010
  • Annual Conference
  • "Representing Employers in I-9 Enforcement Actions"
  • 2010
  • Annual Conference
  • "Advanced Removal Defense Strategies"
  • 2010
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association Spring Conference
  • "When it's not happily ever after, I-751 Developments"
  • 2010
  • Seminar
  • "Overview of Immigration Law"
  • 2009
  • HIV Symposium
  • "HIV Issues for Non-Citizens"
  • 2009
  • Fall Conference
  • "Advanced Business Issues in Immigration"
  • 2009
  • Crimes Conference
  • "Criminal Grounds of Removal"
  • 2009
  • Annual Immigration Law CLE
  • "Immigration Consequences of Criminal Pleas and Convictions"
  • 2009
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Attorney endorsements

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Given (27)
Endorse Jeffrey
Immigration Attorney | Mar 03
Relationship: Co-worker
"It is difficult to quantify Jeff's capacity to interpret the law. He has a brilliant legal mind, which is why it is no surprise that he is a leader and nationally recognized expert on immigration law. He is sincere, hardworking and fearless. He is an incredible mentor to many and works tirelessly to achieve fairness and equal access to justice for the immigrant community. He is a phenomenal attorney and advocate."
Immigration Attorney | Mar 03
Relationship: Co-worker
"Jeff is a nationally recognized immigration lawyer, and for good reason. He brings unparalleled knowledge of the law and agency policies, but also recognizes areas where he can push for change or expanded interpretation on behalf of his clients. His comprehensive knowledge, outside-the-box creativity, and willingness to be aggressive when needed make Jeff one of the top immigration lawyers in the country."
Immigration Attorney | Mar 02
Relationship: Worked for lawyer
"I endorse this lawyer. I have known Jeff since 2008. In that time we have worked together on two separate occasions. He is an excellent attorney and a tireless advocate. He is a national leader in the immigration law field as well as here in Colorado. He has been a great mentor and friend to me and to many other attorneys across the county. I recommend him without hesitation or reservation."
Immigration Attorney | Mar 24
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"I endorse this lawyer. Jeff and his firm have an outstanding reputation."
Immigration Attorney | Mar 19
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"I endorse this lawyer. Mr. Joseph is a very seasoned and knowledgeable immigration attorney."
Immigration Attorney | Oct 10
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"I endorse this lawyer. He is a leading voice in immigration law nationally and had a varied and wide-ranging practice with extremely high customer satisfaction."
Immigration Attorney | Aug 13
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"I endorse this lawyer."
Immigration Attorney | May 08
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"Jeff Joseph is the premier immigration attorney in the Colorado. None are more experienced, knowledgeable and effective than Jeff and his superior staff attorneys. If your want the best hire the Joseph Law firm."
Immigration Attorney | Mar 18
Relationship: Worked together on matter
"I endorse this lawyer. Jeff and his entire firm are strongly dedicated to their clients' interests. Jeff is an absolute expert in the field of immigration. He is a great lawyer and an even better person. I endorse Jeff without hesitation."
Immigration Attorney | Jan 31
Relationship: Worked together on matter
"I am fortunate to have known Jeff since law school. He is my go-to source for immigration issues. The top of his field in immigration law, Jeff is a compassionate advocate for his clients. I endorse Jeff without reservation."
Immigration Attorney | Dec 03
Relationship: Worked together on matter
"I endorse this lawyer. I have referred many clients and friends to Jeff over the years and he has helped them all professionally and expertly. I have used Jeff's firm over the years several times for family members of mine. Quite simply, Jeff is the best immigration attorney in Colorado I have ever dealt with, worked with or heard of."
Unknown Attorney | Nov 06
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"I endorse this lawyer."
Unknown Attorney | Sep 28
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"I endorse this lawyer."
Immigration Attorney | May 16
Relationship: Co-worker
"I endorse this lawyer."
Immigration Attorney | May 16
Relationship: Co-worker
"I endorse this lawyer."
Immigration Attorney | Dec 30
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"Mr. Joseph is one of the nation's foremost experts on immigration and naturalization legal matters. I endorse this lawyer."
Immigration Attorney | Dec 27
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"I am a criminal defense attorney specializing in DUI defense. In my field, immigration issues often arise, whether dealing with a non-citizen or travel issues related to DUI convictions. A criminal attorney is a fool if he or she gives immigration advice other than advising a client to seek the assistance of an immigration specialist. Mr. Joseph is the immigration expert that is at the top of my list to contact or refer a client to when a potential immigration issue arises."
Immigration Attorney | Dec 21
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"Jeff and his firm are top notch, and are on the top of my list for referrals for my family law and criminal defense clients with immigration issues."
Immigration Attorney | Dec 19
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"Jeff is the preeminent immigration lawyer in Denver. He is the first name that comes to my mind when I need a referral on immigration matters. When I refer clients to Jeff, I am confident that they will receive the highest level of representation. He is an outstanding attorney."
Unknown Attorney | Dec 16
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"I endorse this lawyer."
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