RLimmigration P.C. | Law Offices Of Rita R. Lewis | 7535 E. Hampden Ave., Suite 501, Denver, CO 80231, USA
Law Offices Of Rita R. Lewis

Welcome

Rita R. Lewis, Attorney | (720) 232-2784 RitaLewis@RLimmigration.us Alex M. Lee, Law Clerk Associate Member of Colorado Bar Association (720) 998-3885 | KakaoTalk, Viber, Line AlexLee@RLimmigration.us YG Hwang, Assistant (719) 459-9409 | Text | KakaoTalk YGHwang@RLimmigration.us English, Korean, Vietnamese 한국어, 영어, Tiếng Việt

We focus on

Investor Visa

E-2, E-1, L-1, EB-5

Working in the USA

H-1B, EB-3, EB-2, EB-1

Green Card and Citizenship

People Finder 사람찿기

Court Record Search 법원기록조회

Criminal Record Search 범죄기록조회

Language Translation 번역

Notary 공증

한국관련서류: 이혼, 입양, 병역, 위임장,

국적문제, 호적정리, 민사소송, 형사소송 등

이민재판, 시민권, 영주권, 미국비자, 체류신분변경

투자비자, 투자이민, 가족이민, 취업이민, 취업비자

종교비자, 영주권발급거부 문제, 망명

Toà Di Trú, Quốc Tịch, Thẻ Xanh, Hộ Chiếu Hoa Kỳ, Thay Đổi Diện Di Trú, Hộ Chiếu Đầu Tư, Bảo Lãnh, Di Trú Diện Lao Động, Hộ Chiếu Bị Từ Chối, Thẻ Xanh Bị Từ Chối, Tị Nạn Chính Trị We provide on-line free consultation through E-mail or KakaoTalk Immigration Tư Vấn Miễn Phí, 이민법무료상담

EOIR, Immigration Court Proceedings

Employment Based Immigration

Family Based Immigration

US Visa, Consular Processing

US Visa: L-1, E-1, E-2, H-1B, H-3, R, F, M, A, B, J, K-1, K-2, K-3, K-4

Change of Status

US Citizenship

Green Card for VAWA Self-Petitioner

Waiver of Grounds of Inadmissibility

Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver

USCIS Fee Waiver for low income family

DACA, EAD, Reentry Permit, Advance Parole

All types of Family Based Immigrant Petition and Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status (and Consular Processing) combined with, or stand-alone, I-601 & I-601A & I-212 and EOIR cases (including EOIR 42A and EOIR 42B, Cancellation of Removal) before or after Voluntary Departure All types of Employment Based Immigrant Petition and Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status (and Consular Processing) combined with, or stand-alone, I-601 & I-601A & I-212 and/or EOIR cases (including EOIR 42A and EOIR 42B, Cancellation of Removal) before and after Voluntary Departure All types of preprocessing and filing of Employment Based Immigrant Petition including or combined with PERM, H-1B, H-3, R-1, E-1, E-2, F, M, EB-5 (including EB-1, EB-2, EB-3), L-1 (A&B), and Etc. All types of Non-Immigrant Visa: Change of Status in the USA or Consular Processing at the Applicant’s home country Applications, Appeals, Petitions, and Motions on USCIS, EOIR, BIA, AAO, and BALCA Issues and applications of J-1 Waiver, VAWA, A Visa, F & M Visa (including issues on SEVIS and Reinstatement), K Visa, R Visa, E Visa, H Visa, CSPA, 245(i), Job Portability Under INA Section 204(j), 245(k), 212(a)(9)(A) or (C), DACA, VAWA, AC21, Unlawful Status or Unlawful Presence, Asylum (Affirmative and Defensive), EAD, Form N-400, Form N-600, Form I-90, Form I-751, Etc. Issues and applications of Good Moral Character (CIMT) and defenses.
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Attorney

Rita R. Lewis, Esq.

LICENSED IN WASHINGTON STATE PRACTICE U.S. IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY LAWS IN COLORADO Commissioner for the Colorado Civil Rights Commission. 2015 - 2019 Rita Lewis is a proud Denver native, 3rd generation member of New Hope Baptist Church, a graduate of George Washington High School, Spelman College (Atlanta, GA), the University of Colorado-School of Law and a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Ms. Lewis is the Former President of the Denver Branch of the NAACP, former Board Member of the Denver Metro Fair Housing Center (DMFHC) and former General Counsel and Senior Advisor for the National Organization of African Americans in Housing (NOAAH). Ms. Lewis was appointed by Governor John Hickenlooper in 2015 to serve a four-year term as a Commissioner for the Colorado Civil Rights Commission. Ms. Lewis was recognized as one of the Denver Urban Spectrum’s (DUS) “2014 African Americans Who Make A Difference” Honorees and one of the 2014 Honorees of the Colorado Black Women For Political Action's (CBWPA) 3rd Annual “Women Making History.” Ms. Lewis was a featured panelists for the 2014 El Paso County Bar Association’s Law Day Luncheon (American Democracy and the Rule of Law: Why Every Vote Counts) as well as a panelist for History Colorado’s 2014 discussion on Race, Economics and Healthcare which focused on health, housing and social justice. In 2016, Ms. Lewis received the Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Legacy Award of Achievement from the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) - Denver Section. In late 2016, she was selected to work in Colorado Springs as an Election Watcher for the General Election by the Colorado Democrats and El Paso County Democratic Party. Most recently in 2018, Ms. Lewis was honored to act as the keynote speaker for the HUD's Region 8's celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Fair Housing Act.
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© RLimmigration P.C. | Law Offices Of Rita R. Lewis 7535 E. Hampden Ave., Suite 501, Denver, CO 80231, USA
Law Offices Of Rita R. Lewis

Welcome

Rita R. Lewis, Attorney | (720) 232-2784 RitaLewis@RLimmigration.us Alex M. Lee, Law Clerk Associate Member of Colorado Bar Association (720) 998-3885 | KakaoTalk, Viber, Line AlexLee@RLimmigration.us YG Hwang, Assistant (719) 459-9409 | Text | KakaoTalk YGHwang@RLimmigration.us English, Korean, Vietnamese 한국어, 영어, Tiếng Việt

We focus on

Investor Visa

E-2, E-1, L-1, EB-5

Working in the USA

H-1B, EB-3, EB-2, EB-1

Green Card and Citizenship

People Finder 사람찿기

Court Record Search 법원기록조회

Criminal Record Search 범죄기록조회

Language Translation 번역

Notary 공증

한국관련서류: 이혼, 입양, 병

역, 위임장, 국적문제, 호적정

리, 민사소송, 형사소송 등

이민재판, 시민권, 영주권, 미국비자, 체류신분변경

투자비자, 투자이민, 가족이민, 취업이민, 취업비자

종교비자, 영주권발급거부 문제, 망명

Toà Di Trú, Quốc Tịch, Thẻ Xanh, Hộ Chiếu Hoa Kỳ, Thay Đổi Diện Di Trú, Hộ Chiếu Đầu Tư, Bảo Lãnh, Di Trú Diện Lao Động, Hộ Chiếu Bị Từ Chối, Thẻ Xanh Bị Từ Chối, Tị Nạn Chính Trị We provide on-line free consultation through E-mail or KakaoTalk Immigration Tư Vấn Miễn Phí, 이민법무료상담

EOIR, Immigration Court Proceedings

Employment Based Immigration

Family Based Immigration

US Visa, Consular Processing

US Visa: L-1, E-1, E-2, H-1B, H-3, R, F, M, A, B,

J, K-1, K-2, K-3, K-4

Change of Status

US Citizenship

Green Card for VAWA Self-Petitioner

Waiver of Grounds of Inadmissibility

Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver

USCIS Fee Waiver for low income family

DACA, EAD, Reentry Permit, Advance Parole

All types of Family Based Immigrant Petition and Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status (and Consular Processing) combined with, or stand-alone, I-601 & I-601A & I-212 and EOIR cases (including EOIR 42A and EOIR 42B, Cancellation of Removal) before or after Voluntary Departure All types of Employment Based Immigrant Petition and Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status (and Consular Processing) combined with, or stand-alone, I-601 & I-601A & I-212 and/or EOIR cases (including EOIR 42A and EOIR 42B, Cancellation of Removal) before and after Voluntary Departure All types of preprocessing and filing of Employment Based Immigrant Petition including or combined with PERM, H-1B, H-3, R-1, E-1, E-2, F, M, EB-5 (including EB-1, EB-2, EB-3), L-1 (A&B), and Etc. All types of Non-Immigrant Visa: Change of Status in the USA or Consular Processing at the Applicant’s home country Applications, Appeals, Petitions, and Motions on USCIS, EOIR, BIA, AAO, and BALCA Issues and applications of J-1 Waiver, VAWA, A Visa, F & M Visa (including issues on SEVIS and Reinstatement), K Visa, R Visa, E Visa, H Visa, CSPA, 245(i), Job Portability Under INA Section 204(j), 245(k), 212(a)(9)(A) or (C), DACA, VAWA, AC21, Unlawful Status or Unlawful Presence, Asylum (Affirmative and Defensive), EAD, Form N-400, Form N-600, Form I-90, Form I-751, Etc. Issues and applications of Good Moral Character (CIMT) and defenses.

Attorney

Rita R. Lewis, Esq.

LICENSED IN WASHINGTON STATE PRACTICE U.S. IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY LAWS IN COLORADO Commissioner for the Colorado Civil Rights Commission. 2015 - 2019 Rita Lewis is a proud Denver native, 3rd generation member of New Hope Baptist Church, a graduate of George Washington High School, Spelman College (Atlanta, GA), the University of Colorado-School of Law and a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Ms. Lewis is the Former President of the Denver Branch of the NAACP, former Board Member of the Denver Metro Fair Housing Center (DMFHC) and former General Counsel and Senior Advisor for the National Organization of African Americans in Housing (NOAAH). Ms. Lewis was appointed by Governor John Hickenlooper in 2015 to serve a four-year term as a Commissioner for the Colorado Civil Rights Commission. Ms. Lewis was recognized as one of the Denver Urban Spectrum’s (DUS) “2014 African Americans Who Make A Difference” Honorees and one of the 2014 Honorees of the Colorado Black Women For Political Action's (CBWPA) 3rd Annual “Women Making History.” Ms. Lewis was a featured panelists for the 2014 El Paso County Bar Association’s Law Day Luncheon (American Democracy and the Rule of Law: Why Every Vote Counts) as well as a panelist for History Colorado’s 2014 discussion on Race, Economics and Healthcare which focused on health, housing and social justice. In 2016, Ms. Lewis received the Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Legacy Award of Achievement from the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) - Denver Section. In late 2016, she was selected to work in Colorado Springs as an Election Watcher for the General Election by the Colorado Democrats and El Paso County Democratic Party. Most recently in 2018, Ms. Lewis was honored to act as the keynote speaker for the HUD's Region 8's celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Fair Housing Act.
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