Nejjie Morales


Telephone: (786) 638-6260


333 SE 2nd Ave. Suite 2000,

Miami, FL 33131

Professional Profile

Attorney Nejjie Susana Morales centers her practice in immigration law. She is
licensed by the State of New York to practice law and received a Master of Laws
degree in International Legal Studies from Washington College of Law of The
American University in Washington, D.C. Her law degree and Master degree in
mercantile law were received from the Universidad Catolica Andres Bello in

Before joining Oasis Legal Group, she worked at the Inter-American Investment
Corporation, part of the Inter-American Development Bank in Washington, D.C.. She
also spent several years in the corporate arena where she became the Vice-
President in charge of the corporation’s international legal matters and at firms in
both Venezuela and in the United States, including law firms specialized in
immigration matters in the United States.

Mrs. Morales has been exposed to diversity and has traveled the world for many
years, which has given her the capability of understanding many cultures, a key
element for an immigration lawyer’s career. She was born and raised in Venezuela
and has spent almost half of her life in the United States. Currently, she is in charge
of the firm’s branch in Miami, Florida. Her practice in Florida is limited to Federal
Immigration matters.


-American University, LLM in International Business Transactions. Washington, D.C.
-Universidad Catolica Andres Bello, Venezuela, Attorney (JD equivalent)
-Universidad Catolica Andres Bello. Specialization in Mercantile Law with a focus in


-New York State Bar
-Federal District Bar - Venezuela
-Executive Office for Immigration Review
-American Immigration Lawyers Association


Inmigration Law

•Affirmative and  Defensive Asylums

• Temporary Protection Status

• Commercial and Labor Immigration

• Family Immigration and Naturalization
• Employment Based Visas
• Permanent residence
• Visas for Non-Immigrants
• Entrepreneurs and Investors
• Diversity Visas
• Violence Against Women Act (VAWA, and T and U visas)
• Defense of expulsion
• Naturalization and Citizenship
• Student Visas
• Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
• I-9 Employment Compliance