Jennifer is a native of New Jersey and proudly served as a Cryptologic Technician in the United States Navy for eight years. She was assigned to the National Security Agency at Fort Meade, Maryland, for seven of those years. Jennifer moved to Colorado after she was honorably discharged at the end of her second enlistment. Jennifer was employed as a legal assistant to a criminal defense attorney and then a personal injury attorney before she joined Hurley Immigration in June 2002. While working full-time and single-handedly raising her autistic son, Jennifer attended college full-time and earned a B.S. in Criminal Justice (Summa Cum Laude) from Colorado Technical University in 2006. She is currently attending the University of Denver to pursue a J.D. degree. Her immigration-related areas of expertise are family-based petitions, naturalization applications, and employment-based nonimmigrant visas such as H-1Bs, L-1s, and O-1s.
Susan’s interest in international matters stems from her study of the German language since she was in school, and from her experience living in Germany for two years as an exchange student. Susan graduated from Gustavus Adolphus College, a Swedish-American college in Minnesota, with a BA in German in 1984. Consequently, she sought to utilize her language skills and her interest in foreign cultures by moving to New York City. In 1988, Susan started working at the New York branch of Commerzbank, a German mega-bank. From 1992 to 1996, she worked specifically in the field of employment-based immigration at Commerzbank in cooperation with the immigration law firm Fragomen, Del Rey and Bernsen (as its outside counsel) to successfully submit multiple H-1B, TN, L-1A and L-1B and E-1 visa applications. In 1996, Susan moved to Colorado and began her employment with Mr. Hurley. Susan’s immigration-related specialties are employment and business based petitions and applications such as labor certifications, I-140 immigrant petitions and E-2 visa applications, as well as drafting business plans as required by investment-based work. Susan also provides interpreting and translating services for our German-speaking clients.
Maria was born in Costa Rica, Central America and has throughout her career been involved in various capacities serving families. She has lived in Colorado Springs for close to 30 years. With a Bachelors in Business/Marketing and Principal for a professional language firm Villegas & Associates, she joined Hurley Immigration in December 2009 providing interpretation and translating services for the Spanish-speaking clients to include U-Visas, Naturalization applications (including preparation for the exam), I-601 Waivers, provide translation representation at Immigration hearings, I-765 Employment Authorizations. She previously worked for over 8 years with a General Practice Law Firm providing immigration, divorce, criminal support to the Spanish- speaking clients. Maria was appointed Officer of the Court and served as Supervisor as Family Advocate for Domestic/Family/Child Abuse cases.