State and federal prosecutors are urging Colorado residents who are living in the U.S. unlawfully to report immigration-related cases of fraud, saying they are worried stigma and fear of deportation are keeping people from coming forward.
“We have good laws in place,” Attorney General Cynthia Coffman, a Republican, said at a news conference Tuesday launching a program to ensure immigrants know their rights. “Unfortunately, we have very few complaints to investigate. The goal is to begin breaking down the barriers of fear and mistrust in these targeted communities.”
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Coffman’s office, along with Colorado district attorneys and the U.S. attorney’s office, have teamed up to offer information sessions in the coming months about laws protecting people living in the U.S illegally in Colorado from being targeted.
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