Heiserman, Robert Gifford - Denver, CO

1660 Lincoln StreetSuite 2850Denver, CO 80264

Updated: 08/11/2014

Denver Immigration Lawyer

Overview

Robert G. Heiserman was an adjunct professor of law at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. He practices only in the field of immigration law. Successful clients of his firm include corporate, professional, medical, scientific, engineering, professional and amateur sports organizations as well as theater and the arts. Bob was the founder of the Colorado chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Assocation (AILA), and later served on its national Board of Governors. He was also...

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