At Uribe Reyes Law we understand first hand what it is like to be an immigrant in the United States and the difficulties in navigating the immigration system. Attorney, Cristina Uribe Reyes, grew up as an undocumented immigrant in the U.S. and went through the process of finding an attorney to help her get her green card status before she became an attorney herself.


At Uribe Reyes Law we understand not only the law and how to represent you; we also understand what it is like to be on the other side, to be a client.  We strive to not only represent you in front of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and Immigration Court, but to educate you about the process so you can be an active participant in your case!


During law school she helped her parents obtain their green card; and as an attorney, she helped her sister obtain her legal status in the U.S.

Adjustment of Status →
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DACA Applications →
Asylum →
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Bond Redetermination

If you have been detained by ICE and not granted a bond, you will have one opportunity to go in front of an immigration judge and argue why you should be given a bond.  Typically you only get one chance, unless circumstances change at a later point in your case.

Adjustment of Status

Adjustment of Status is one of two methods of obtaining Legal Permanent Residence. Adjustment of Status is typically available to those that are already in the United States and meet certain requirements.

Consular Processing

Consular processing is the process where you apply for LPR status at a consulate or U.S. Embassy in another country.

DACA Applications

Click here to see if you meet the following requirements

Citizenship Application

Click here to see the requirements.

Cancellation of Removal  

is a type of defense that an individual can apply for when they are in removal proceedings.

Green Card Renewal

Once you are a Permanent Resident you will be issued a card that is valid for 10 years. If you do not become a citizen within that time you will need to renew your card within 6 months of it expiring. We can help with that!


Click here to learn more about Asylum requirements.


Cristina Uribe Reyes was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. She came to the U.S. at the age of 2 and lived her early years as an undocumented immigrant. In 2012 Cristina was able to get her legal permanent status, and in 2018 her citizenship!
  • Do you offer payment plans?

    Yes, we will work with you on a payment plan.

  • Do you bill hourly?

    No, we bill on a flat fee basis.

  • Can you only help me if I’m in Colorado?

    No, I can help anywhere in the U.S. or abroad, but only in immigration matters.