Mr. Morales comes from a humble Puerto Rican family and has shown interest in the immigration law for several years. His interest in immigration law began during his law studies, when he was part of a pro bono student organization called "Immigrant Guidance Services." The organization is dedicated to educate and provide information to the immigrant community in Puerto Rico.
During this time, he also participated in the Legal Aid Clinic of the University of Puerto Rico immigration section, in which he represented clients before the immigration court in removal proceedings, the USCIS and the BIA.
After obtaining his Juris Doctor degree, Mr. Morales wanted to develop a greater understanding of immigration law, so he pursued a Master of Laws (LL.M.) at the American University Washington College of Law in Washington, DC Degree obtained in May 2017.
During his Master of Laws studies (LL.M.) Mr. Morales had the opportunity to intern with the "National Immigrant Women's Advocacy Project" and the Department of Justice, Office of Immigration Litigation, under the division of Court of District.
After Mr. Morales completed his LL.M. He moved to El Paso, Texas and has been working since then on the side of the immigrant community.
Mr. Morales is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and joined our team in October 2018.
Mr. Morales obtained a baccalaureate in interdisciplinary studies with a concentration in pre-legal studies in May 2012, from the University of Puerto Rico.
He obtained his Juris Doctor degree from the Law School of the University of Puerto Rico in May 2015, and his Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Law and Government with a specialization in Immigration Law and Public Policy from the American University Washington College of Law in May 2017.
Mr. Morales has been admitted to the legal profession in Puerto Rico since August 2016, and in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas since December 2018.
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