Citizenship and Immigration Services Offices

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    Taxonomy Code: FT-3500.1500

    Government offices that provide immigration and naturalization services and benefits, and enforce immigration laws. These offices receive and adjudicate petitions for change of status to or extension of nonimmigrant visa categories, family and employment based petitions leading to immigrant visas, petitions for adjustment of status to lawful permanent residence and petitions for naturalization. They also investigate violations of immigration laws, pursue the removal of aliens thought to have violated those laws, if warranted, provide for the detention of aliens, and manage the removal of persons found to have committed removable offenses as defined by immigration law. The Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services (CIS) is part of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

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    Hispanic Affairs Project - Western ColoradoHispanic Affairs Project provides a variety of services for immigrants. Services can include: - Community Organizing - committees working with local and statewide campaigns that address issues impacting minority groups. - Immigrant Legal Assistance - help with immigration forms including Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), family-based petitions and citizenship. - Immigrant Advocacy - coordinates with organizations to provide opportunities for a safe and inclusive community for all. - Community Resource Center - providing information and referrals to healthcare, education, immigration, labor, social services and victim's protection - Migrant Outreach - provides information about labor rights to migrants in the agricultural/range industries - Combating Human Trafficking - promotes education about human trafficking and provides assistance to victims in Western ColoradoMontrose County300 North Cascade AvenueHispanic Affairs Project

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