Matthew K. Barringer, Founder
Matthew founded the The Law Office of Matthew K. Barringer, P.C. in 2007, during which time he has represented thousands of clients in immigration and criminal matters. Mr. Barringer is passionate about defending his clients’ rights. Make no mistake, Mr Barringer believes that without a competent and vigorous defense the government will certainly infringe upon your rights afforded by the United States Constitution. Mr. Barringer believes that everyone, documented or not, is entitled to a day in Court and must have a competent and effective attorney.
In addition to Bond Hearings, he specializes in: Deferred Action of Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Deferred Action Parental Accountability, Family Based Petitions, Waivers, Deportation Defense/Immigration Court, U Visa/VAWA, Naturalization, LGBT Petitions. Matthew is dedicated to protecting his clients’ liberties and their ability to remain lawfully in the United States.
Matthew also handles civil cases including personal injury and small business matters. He is dedicated to protecting his clients’ interests through all legal proceedings including litigation, negotiation and trial.
- Juris Doctor, Oklahoma City University School of Law, 2003
- Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, University of Colorado at Denver, 1999
- Admitted Colorado 2004
- The Colorado Supreme Court
- Colorado Court of Appeals
- Federal District Court, Tenth Circuit
- Executive Office of Immigration Review
- Colorado Bankruptcy Court
After watching several family members become involved in the immigration system, Estela knew she wanted to help. Choosing a career in immigration law has allowed her to find ways to help others who are struggling through similar circumstances. Estela graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Colorado-Denver.
A native of El Paso, Texas, Gloria discovered her passion for immigration law after working for the USCIS customer service center. No stranger to the immigration system herself, she credits her first-hand experiences with the system for her ability to connect and empathize. Today, she takes great satisfaction in helping people to obtain their legal status in the United States.
Growing up in Colorado, Rochelle has always felt a connection to Latino culture, it’s beautiful customs, and community. After receiving a bachelor’s degree in commercial photography and a minor in journalism from Columbia College Chicago, Rochelle studied Spanish at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México in Mexico City. Upon her return Rochelle became very involved with Mi Familia Vota and Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition helping legal permanent residents apply for citizenship. Rochelle has also assisted with the Project Safeguard Spanish speaking Family Law Clinic.
A child of immigrants, Abigail grew up watching friends and family struggle to navigate the immigration system as they worked hard to lead a fruitful life in the United States. This instilled a passion for helping immigrants to defend their rights and remain in the country legally. Abigail takes pride knowing she can pursue this goal each day, always seeking new ways to help others.
Rudy has a passion for working on immigration and criminal matters, particularly helping people defend themselves against charges that could change their lives forever. Originally from Georgia, Rudy is currently enrolled at Metropolitan State University of Denver, where he is working towards graduating in May of 2021 with a major in Criminal Justice and a minor in Legal Studies.
Bryana loves helping people to accomplish their dreams. This has led Bryana towards pursuing a career in immigration law, where she can help immigrants achieve their dreams of providing for their families and becoming citizens of the United States. Bryana is originally from Aurora, Colorado, and is currently attending the Community College of Denver, where she is pursuing a degree in Paralegal Studies.