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Victoria Venzor

I grew up in Colorado Springs, where I got my bachelor’s degree in political science at the University of Colorado. I am currently a 2L at the University of Colorado Law School. I was initially led to law school in hopes of becoming…

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Cindy Tsuei

Cindy is a graduate of Penn State Law and was recently admitted into the Colorado bar. During law school, Cindy was a student attorney at the Penn State Family Law Clinic, where she represented victims of domestic abuse…

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Are There Immigration Checkpoints in Colorado?

Are There Immigration Checkpoints in Colorado?

Over the last several years, there have been rumors and false information about ICE Checkpoints being set up in Colorado. Most of this misinformation is spread through social media, so as an immigrant, with or without status, it is important to be aware of whether...

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Dangerous Shadow Immigration Systems During COVID-19

Dangerous Shadow Immigration Systems During COVID-19

In late March, the Trump administration implemented an order that allows for the rapid expulsion of migrants without a hearing. This order has effectively ended the asylum process under the pretext that it is part of the efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19. This...

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Edgar Chavarria

I graduated from Sam Houston State University in 2018. I moved to Denver for law school because of the experiential learning opportunities the school offers, and because I enjoyed Colorado from previous family ski trips here.

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Skylar Larson

I am a 2L at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. In addition to interning at Novo Legal I am also a student attorney with the Immigration Law & Policy Clinic at the law school. I am passionate about…

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Emma Carroll

Emma is currently a 2L at the University of Colorado Law School and hopes to pursue a career in immigration law. During her summer internship with Novo, she researched a number of novel and relatively unexplored…

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P.P. 10052 and P.P. 10014 Exceptions

P.P. 10052 and P.P. 10014 Exceptions

The effect of COVID-19 is still being felt around the world and in the United States. Immigration has been affected in many ways, and recently, on June 22, 2020, the President signed Presidential Proclamation (P.P.) 10052, an extension of P.P. 10014, which serves to...

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