SAVE THE DATE! The 10th Annual Immigrant Liberty Awards, hosted by the Colorado Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), will be held on Friday, June 12, 2015, at the University of Denver's Sturm College of Law. Click here for event information. Purchase tickets here or by clicking the link below.


AILA's Colorado Chapter Chair, David Kolko, discusses how the chapter, together with RMIAN and the Colorado Bar Association is helping unaccompanied children in Colorado. Click here to watch the video.


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.


Click here to read the Press Release from the Colorado Bar Association (CBA) asking for help in supporting justice for unaccompanied minors. On December 15, the CBA announced an effort to support justice for these vulnerable children through a $50,000 matching grant to RMIAN. Click on the above link to donate to this grant and help RMIAN continue its work in recruiting, training, and mentoring volunteer attorneys who will provide representation to unaccompanied children in Colorado.

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The Colorado Bar Association Steps up to Support Justice for Unaccompanied Minors with a Matching $50,000 Grant to the RMIAN Children's Program

As a result of a current humanitarian crisis, hundreds of unaccompanied children, some as young as two or three years old, are being forced to go through deportation proceedings at the Denver Immigration Court without a lawyer. Most of these children are fleeing horrific violence, trafficking, and persecution in their home countries, and now face the additional trauma of appearing in front of a judge and a government prosecutor alone.  Shockingly, there is no government-appointed counsel in immigration proceedings, even for kids.

RMIAN, the Colorado Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), and the Colorado Bar Association (CBA) have been working tirelessly to ensure pro bono attorneys for children before the Immigration Court in Colorado. The Colorado Bar Association has announced an unprecedented effort to support justice through a $50,000 matching grant to RMIAN. This grant will help ensure due process for these vulnerable children by expanding RMIAN's capacity to recruit, train, and mentor volunteer attorneys.

"This commitment by the CBA establishes it as a national leader in supporting human rights for extremely vulnerable children," says Abbie Johnson, Managing Attorney of the RMIAN Children's Program.

RMIAN's Children's Program has been providing free immigration-related legal services to children in Colorado since 2004 and is the only program in the state of Colorado dedicated to children's immigration law issues. With an exponential increase in children seeking safety in the U.S. and Colorado beginning in 2014, RMIAN's services are needed now more than ever.

To help RMIAN match the $50,000 from the Colorado Bar Association, please click the link above or the icon on the right and be sure to include "CBA Matching Grant" in the Description line or send a check to RMIAN's office at the below address and write "CBA" in the Memo line.  All funds must be received by July 1, 2015.


The Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN) works to ensure justice for men and women in immigration detention 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.