About Us

María Belén Albuja

María Belén Albuja, Owner and Managing Attorney

María Belén’s vision in the field of immigration law is to offer the best client service to the immigrant community and provide legal education as well.

María Belén was born in Quito, Ecuador and came to Denver, Colorado in 2003, with the dream of living and working. Unlike most attorneys, María Belén Albuja felt firsthand the stress and fear of confronting the immigration system and starting from scratch. She has never forgotten her roots. She is a proud Ecuadorian, an immigrant, and since 2008, a United States citizen.

Maria Belen Albuja

María Belén Albuja studied at the Catholic University of Quito School of Law and has earned several postgraduate studies in Financial, International and Comparative Law. Because of her academic record, bilingual skills, and work experience she had the opportunity to work in various law firms specializing in immigration in the city of Denver while attending law school at the University of Denver where she received her Juris Doctor Law degree. After passing the bar examination, she opened the doors of ALBUJA LAW LLC in 2011. She is an active member of the Bar Association of Colorado, the Colorado Hispanic Bar Association and American Immigration Lawyers Association at the local and national level.

She is a legal resource to the community and has participated in the widely-heard radio news program, “Hablemos Hoy”, for the past 8 years. She continuously participates in immigration conferences, gives community presentations, and actively participates in social networks, social media and television news programs


Mía and Teddy

Mía is originally from Quito, Ecuador. She moved to Denver in 2011. She enjoys greeting clients, chasing tennis balls and taking naps in the waiting room.

Teddy is a Colorado native. He is currently the most popular attraction in our office. He enjoys any and all tummy rubs.

Mía and Teddy have a mind of their own and understand both English and Spanish. They have different schedules and only work part time.

Immigration is hard, not only because of the amount of work involved, but it can also be stressful for clients. Mía and Teddy give us all a reason to take a five-minute break to recharge so we can serve our clients better.


Let us know If you are allergic to dogs so we can make the appropriate accommodations.

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