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Patricia Martin


Associate Attorney
303-371-1822

Biography

Biography

Patricia Martin is an Associate at Kolko & Casey, P.C., where she specializes in the field of U.S. Immigration Law. Patricia is licensed to practice law in the state of Vermont, and authorized to practice federal immigration law throughout the United States.

Patricia was born in Madrid, Spain, and immigrated to the U.S. with her parents as a child. Having experienced the immigration process firsthand, Patricia is aware of how complex it can be to navigate. More recently, Patricia assisted her husband in becoming a Legal Permanent Resident.

Patricia attended Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and French and Francophone Studies in 2013. After graduation, Patricia honed her French skills working for the French Ministry of Education as a Language Assistant in Gap, France. Subsequently, Patricia worked as an English teacher in Ulsan, South Korea.

Patricia earned a Master of Science in International European Politics from the University of Edinburgh in Edinburgh, Scotland. During her studies, she strengthened her interest in the topic of Migration and Refugee Rights after attending a conference on International Migration in Athens, Greece. This experience, combined with her other personal and international experiences, inspired her to return to the U.S. to pursue a legal career advocating for those going through immigration proceedings.

In 2017, Patricia attended law school at Loyola University Chicago School of Law in Chicago, Illinois. During law school, Patricia was a Civitas Child Law Fellow and specialized in juvenile law with the goal of aiding children and their families going through the immigration system. Patricia had the opportunity to intern at the Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network’s Children’s Program. Patricia also gained experience assisting noncitizen survivors of Domestic Violence in applying for U-Visas and VAWA self-petitions at Ascend Justice, in Chicago, Illinois. During her time at Loyola, Patricia co-founded the Immigrant Detention Project, a student-led program which provides law students the opportunity to volunteer at underserved immigration detention centers during spring break. Through the Immigrant Detention Project, Patricia provided pro bono legal assistance at the La Salle Detention Facility and Pine Prairie ICE Processing Center in rural Louisiana.

In her free time, Patricia enjoys spending time with her husband and son, traveling, camping, snowboarding, and practicing yoga.

 

Professional Activities

Professional Activities

  • American Immigration Lawyers Association – Colorado Chapter (2021 - Present)

Admissions

Admissions

  • Vermont Supreme Court (2021)

Education

Education

  • Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Juris Doctor (2020)
  • Master of Arts Degree, International European Politics, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland (2015)
  • Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, California , Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with French and Francophone minor (2013)

Selected Honors and Awards

Honors and Awards

Selected Speaking Engagements

Selected Speaking Engagements

Selected Publications

Selected Publications and Press

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Social Media

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Kolko & Casey, P.C. is a full service immigration and naturalization law firm providing professional legal services to individuals and businesses throughout Colorado, the Rocky Mountain West, the United States, and the World. Our professional staff speaks English, Spanish, Korean, and Portuguese and we can arrange for translators in any other language.