I am Angela Moore
Expert U.S. Immigration Lawyer
I help immigrants obtain legal status without leaving the United States
I have helped many families
Obtain legal status without leaving the USA
You could adjust your status without leaving the U.S. and obtain a work permit, a travel permit, and social security in 6 to 8 months; and residency in 2.5 years if you meet any of these conditions:
You are married to or separated from a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident
You have been divorced or widowed less than 2 years ago from a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident.
You have a U.S. citizen child who is 21 years old or older
You are under 21 years old, unmarried, and the child of a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident
What other services do we offer?
These are some of the services we offer. Click on the + button to find out which process you could apply for.
ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS
JUVENILE VISA (SIJ)
U VISA CERTIFICATION
Have you been a victim of a crime within the United States where your life was in danger and you have obtained a police report? You may be able to apply for a U Visa, but you must first certify the police report.
Have you been a victim of a crime within the United States where your life was in danger and you have obtained a police report? You could apply for a U Visa. If your application is accepted you would get a work permit and could eventually get a Green Card.
Does your American child have a serious illness? You may be able to apply for a humanitarian permit with which you could obtain a work permit.
Suspension of conditions
The I-751 Petition is a process where the removal of Green Card conditions is requested. This is necessary for individuals who have been granted conditional permanent residency based on their marriage to a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident.
Green Card Renewal
If you are a lawful permanent resident in the United States and your green card has expired or will expire in the next six months, you need to renew it. If your green card has already expired, you may need to take additional steps to maintain your lawful permanent resident status.
Advance Parole is a document that allows certain individuals who are in the process of adjusting their immigration status in the United States to travel abroad and re-enter the United States. Those who have DACA or TPS may apply for Advance Parole.
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What our clients think of us
After graduating from Ghana Law School as a lawyer, I immigrated to the United States to pursue my Master of Laws degree as a student at the University of Georgia.
In 2013, I founded JJ Moore & Associates PLLC. I specialize 100% in immigration services. I am not only a trained and skilled attorney who is capable of giving you the best advice, but I am also an immigrant who has experienced firsthand many of the frustrations and triumphs associated with the US immigration law system.
When it comes to immigration law, sometimes people really have to walk a mile in those shoes to actually understand it. I have walked miles in those shoes and I am still willing to walk beside you and support you as you embark on that often confusing and scary journey to acquiring and maintaining legal status.