Colorado State Senate Commends Indispensable Work of Nexus Services, Inc.

Nexus is Recognized for Offering Vital Support to Immigrant Families
Across the U.S.

VERONA, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Virginia-based company Nexus Services, Inc. was recently honored by the
Colorado State Legislature, on request of Senator Vicki Marble. The
Senate signed an official commendation certificate, praising Nexus
Services, Inc. and its non-profit, Nexus Caridades, for its work in
providing pro-bono legal services and support to detained immigrants and
their families.

“The company promotes accountability by ensuring its clients appear in
immigration court, minimizing tax burdens by reducing jail
overcrowding,” reads the commendation. “The services provided by this
organization assist in the ultimate goal of reuniting immigrants with
their families. The members of the Colorado Senate recognize and
congratulate Nexus Services, Inc. for their service to the state of
Colorado and wish them continued success.”

Nexus Services, Inc. owns and operates a family of companies, including
its nonprofit arm, Nexus Caridades, the country’s leading pro-bono
immigration legal service for detained immigrants. Attorneys from the
charitable organization offer over 55,000 hours a year in free
immigration legal services to immigrant families.

“We are proud to have help over 3,500 families and counting across the
nation,” said by Nexus Services, Inc. CEO Mike Donovan. “Nexus is
grateful for this recognition and it inspires us to continue the hard
work we do for immigrants across the country.”

About Nexus Services, Inc.

Nexus Services Inc., through its subsidiaries and family of brands, is a
leading privately-owned company that offers immigration bond
securitization, real estate, investigative, and entertainment services
to diverse communities across the United States. Nexus Services, Inc. is
proud to sponsor Nexus Caridades, a non-profit that offers pro-bono
legal representation services to immigrants in the United States.

Contacts

Nexus Services Inc.
Edgar Otero-Chaparro, 212-367-9800 x311