At Izaguirre Law Firm we find the best options to solve your immigration problems.
No matter where we’re from, we’re all the same.
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Izaguirre Law Firm is an immigration law firm in Colorado, Springs. It was founded in 2010 by Stephanie Izaguirre to present a welcoming face to all immigrants in our community. We focus on humanitarian and family immigration cases. At Izaguirre Law Firm we assist those who have faced cases of domestic violence, human trafficking, as well as legal guardianship for unaccompanied immigrant children. In addition, we help families to reunite and legally live in the United States, including foreign relatives of US citizens or permanent residents. Additionally, we handle the deportation process in immigration courts, seeking to avoid deportations when necessary.
Izaguirre Law Firm is located in a building that houses other immigrant-focused businesses, such as translation services, tax preparation, and mental health services. Immigrants have built and will continue to build this country, we are proud to have neighbors who believe in this too.
We trust our clients to share intimate details of their lives, and our clients trust us to be creative and smart in our fight for them.
We are always honest with our clients about what is happening and what to expect.
Everyone in our office is dedicated to social justice for the immigrants in our community.
Most of our staff have been through the immigration process – either themselves or with a family member. We really understand both how scary this process can be and how much is at stake.
Our collective experience and knowledge about immigration is put to work for our clients every single day.
Our clients are our passion, and we work hard to do right by them.
The experiences of immigrants are varied, difficult and inspiring. We hope to be part of your success story.
Meet the Izaguirre legal team
Owner & Attorney
“One thing that all immigrants have in common is that they’ve left behind the world they knew and have made a new home for themselves here. That’s not an easy thing to do and I really admire the determination and hard work necessary to make that happen.”
Stephanie Izaguirre, Principal, first became interested in Immigration Law in 2001 while working at the U.S. Consulate in Rio de Janeiro. She graduated from law school at the University of Denver in 2005 and passed the North Carolina bar. While in law school, Stephanie was an intern at the Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN) and a semester working as part of the law school’s immigration law clinic representing asylum clients. From there, Stephanie worked as an adjudications officer for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services in San Juan, Puerto Rico. After leaving USCIS and working with a private law firm in San Juan, Stephanie returned to Colorado Springs, passed the Colorado Bar, and opened the Izaguirre Law Firm in October 2010.
“I love interacting with immigrants and learning their stories, dreams and what is happening in their native countries. Striving to prepare strong cases with positive results is my goal for each person that I work with. I receive great satisfaction when our clients are granted the desired relief.”
Mary Huebschman joined Izaguirre Law as a paralegal in 2016. She previously worked in the Immigration Services Office at Catholic Charities where she was certified as a BIA Immigration Counselor. She specializes in assisting clients with removal proceedings, asylum and waivers. Mary is an accomplished translator of civil documents from Spanish to English. She is dedicated to each case assigned to her and takes pride in helping immigrants with their legal matters.
“We all need a little love and compassion, especially for those in need. I grew up with parents who were not legal citizens and saw the struggle they went through to become U.S. citizens. It was a long and hard process for the whole family, but it was all worth it.”
Yolanda Orozco joined the firm in 2016 and serves as a legal assistant. She is an experienced customer service representative whose interest in immigration law comes directly from her family’s story and their determination to become U.S. citizens.