Katherine Popper primarily practices immigration and deportation laws in the Denver office of the Manuel Solís law firm. His practice includes defense in deportation, citizenship and naturalization, residence card and adjustment of status, and related immigration legal services.
Katherine's passion for immigration law began as a paralegal when she worked on a pro bono U visa case, providing translation services, case assistance and communicating with the client. During law school, she was a student attorney at the Women and Law Clinic, where she provided free representation for a Visa T client. After passing college, Katherine joined a law firm that practiced transactional securities litigation while continuing providing free legal immigration services to clients in Colorado.
Katherine grew up near Washington, DC. He received his BA in International Affairs from the University of Colorado in 2005. He spent six months of his degree abroad at the University of Guanajuato in Mexico and one summer studying Spanish in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He studied law at the Law School of the American University Washington, where he obtained his Juris Doctor in 2014.
While studying law, Katherine wrote for the Summary of legislation and policies, represented clients of the Women and Law Clinic and published an article on fiscal policy. in the Bloomberg Tax Management and Real Estate Journal. Katherine is a member of the Minnesota Bar Association and actively participates in the legal immigration community of Denver.
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