RMIAN Launches New DACA Initiative. RMIAN has been awarded a two-year fellowship by Equal Justice Works. The fellowship provides RMIAN with a legal fellow and a paralegal who will work with clients seeking relief under the DACA and DAPA programs. More information on the program, its services, and contact info can be found here. Para informaciones en español, haga clic aquí.

RMIAN is hiring a Social Worker to join its Social Service Project. This full-time social worker position will serve to expand the Social Service Project's ability to address the behavioral health needs of adults encountered in immigration detention. For further information on the position, job responsibilities, and for how to apply, click here.

Megan Hope, Coordinator of RMIAN's Social Service & Human Trafficking Projects, will present on "Representing Clients with Diminished Mental Capacity" as part of the Immigration Advocates Network Fourth Annual e-Conference. This session of the week-long conference will take place on the afternoon of Friday, November 6. To register, click here.

RMIAN is has an attorney Fellowship position available to work with unaccompanied immigrant children. The Equal Justice Works justice AmeriCorps Fellow will be responsible for providing direct legal representation in immigration and related proceedings for unaccompanied immigrant children aged 15 and under. The full-time position is available December 1, 2015. For further information and for how to apply, click here.

RMIAN Meets Match! RMIAN is thrilled to announce that supporters have raised $50,000 in response to a $50,000 matching grant from the Colorado Bar Association (CBA). These funds will be used to support RMIAN's work in providing legal services for unaccompanied children in Colorado. RMIAN extends its heartfelt gratitude to the hundreds of donors who contributed generously to this initiative. Click here to read the Press Release from the CBA asking for help in supporting justice for unaccompanied minors.


Colorado Bar Association President, Charles Garcia, discusses the need to assist Unaccompanied Children and calls for action in meeting the $50,000 matching grant offered by the Colorado Bar Association to support RMIAN's efforts in providing legal services to children in removal proceedings. Click here to read more and learn how you can help.



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The Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN) works to ensure justice for men and women in immigration detention and for immigrant children who have suffered from abuse, neglect, or violence.

Our Mission

RMIAN is a nonprofit organization that serves low-income men, women, and children in immigration proceedings. RMIAN promotes knowledge of legal rights, provides effective representation to ensure due process, works to improve detention conditions, and promotes a more humane immigration system, including alternatives to detention.

Our Values

We believe that justice for immigrants means justice for all. We respect the needs and celebrate the contributions of the individuals and communities that we serve. We believe our clients are equal partners in accessing justice. We value respect for all human beings, regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or legal status. We believe in valuing and respecting the contributions of our board, staff, and volunteers. We believe in a working environment that fosters personal and professional growth and strives for excellence.