Alicia N. Morgan is a licensed attorney and the founder of Immigration Lawyers USA, LLC. Call 305-501-0783 for all of your immigration needs.
Mrs. Morgan is a licensed in the state of Kentucky who practices federal immigration and nationality law for clients in Florida and across the United States. Mrs. Morgan is dedicated to representing the immigrant community nationwide in affirmative family and employment-based petitions before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and before U.S. Consulates worldwide. Further, Mrs. Morgan zealously defends her clients at USCIS interviews and in deportation proceedings before the Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOIR) and all U.S. Immigration Courts. In addition, she defends her clients’ rights in appeals to the EOIR, USCIS, and the Board of Immigration Appeals.
Mrs. Morgan is fluent in Spanish and English and is conversational in Portuguese. She is experienced in complex family-based applications; unlawful presence, crime and fraud waivers; removal defense, including cancellation of removal for non-legal permanent residents and for legal permanent residents, asylum, adjustment of status and prosecutorial discretion; U visa, VAWA, TPS, DACA applications; naturalization cases, and most employment-based applications.
Mrs. Morgan earned her Juris Doctor in 2009 from West Virginia University College of Law, where she served as a WVU Immigration Law Clinic student attorney and the International Law Student Association vice president. She earned a double Bachelor’s degree in Spanish and Print Journalism in 2005 at Murray State University in Kentucky, graduating at the top of her class summa cum laude and twice winning awards for being the Best Spanish Student in the Modern Language Department.
Mrs. Morgan is an active member of the South Florida Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), where she serves as a committee chairperson for the New Members Division. She also serves as a chairperson on the Young Lawyers Division of the Immigration Law Section of the Federal Bar Association.