For Communitiesasylum seeker or asylee, individuals with HIV/AIDS, LGBTQ+, transgender, gender nonconforming and/or nonbinary
Cost or feesCall or email the office for more information on fees.
Available LanguagesAll languages by interpreter, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish
Kolko & Casey, P.C.
303 East 17th Avenue
Denver, CO 80203
948.7 miles away Mon - Fri 7 am - 5 pm Sat - Sun Closed
The building is located at the corner of East 17th Avenue, between Grant and Logan Streets, and the Office Suite is on the 5th floor of the building. The office is located immediately east of the central business district of downtown Denver, making street parking relatively easy to find. There are parking meters which take both coins and credit cards located directly in front of the building on East 17th Avenue, and on the side streets, particularly on Grant Street. The office is closed on all federal holidays, and for some dates surrounding the major holidays of Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years. During the days the office is open for business, you can contact the office staff to schedule an appointment to meet or talk directly with one of our attorneys to discuss an immigration case. Generally, walk-in appointments are not available and individuals who walk-in will be scheduled for an open appointment on the firm’s calendar. Appointments with the office are usually available within a few days or one week, depending upon the urgency of the matter. When you call or email the office to schedule an appointment, the office staff will obtain some general information about your legal matter, your personal contact information, and provide a list of items and documents for you to bring to the meeting. Generally, new Client consultations are conducted by one attorney with the assistance of a member of our professional staff.
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