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Alpert, Leigh O'Dell

Leigh O'Dell Alpert - Boulder, CO

1909 26th StreetSuite 1FBoulder, CO 80302- 5707

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Updated: 05/22/2015

Boulder Family Law Lawyer


Leigh has experience in a wide range of cases, both family-based and employment-based, immigrant and nonimmigrant matters. Her specialty is in working with persons of extraordinary ability, nonimmigrant petitions for religious workers, petitions for noncitizen relatives, and adjustment of status applications.

Prior to joining Lisa E. Battan, P.C., Leigh worked several years for a private immigration law firm in Centennial, Colorado. She is a Michigan native and a December 2011 graduate...

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