Jacksonville Immigration Attorney

Attorney Jose Moreno about his life Experience

I founded Moreno Law Group in Jacksonville, Florida because of a deep rooted interest in the life of those in need and a particular lack of client centered Immigration Legal Representation in the community.  Growing up, I moved around quite a bit following my Father’s duties as a physician in the United States Air Force.  I lived in Texas, New Jersey, and Maine all before the 4th grade.  We eventually settled in Jacksonville where I lived until I graduated from The Bolles School in 2000.

After high school I attended Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.  I enjoyed my experience at Emory and received a degree in Financial Economics in 2004.  While in Atlanta I met my wonderful wife Mariam.  Her selfless contributions to me throughout my life have been a major factor in my successes and personal triumphs.

I continued my education in 2004 and moved to Philadelphia, PA where I attended Temple University’s Beasley School of Law. Temple Law is renowned for courtroom education and a particular emphasis on public service. In its 2013 edition, U.S. News & World Report ranked Temple University Beasley School of Law 2nd nationally in Trial Advocacy. At Temple, I trained under the direct guidance of an experienced and knowledgeable Immigration Attorney during a year long externship.   I was immersed in the practical application and academic theory of Immigration law beginning in 2006.  I counseled immigration clients and attended Immigration Court Hearings in Philadelphia, PA for a United Way non-profit named the Nationalities Service Center.

Through my experiences helping clients with their legal challenges during this unique immigration training, I discovered my passion as an attorney: Immigration Law.  In 2007 I graduated from law school and moved back to Jacksonville hungry to apply the tools I learned to the practice of Immigration Law.   I successfully sat for the Florida Bar Exam in July of 2007. 

I was eager to continue my legal career, but life, as it does to us all, had other plans for my next 3 years.  In November of 2007 I was pinned in a vehicle for nearly an hour as it caught fire after a car accident.   I suffered deep burns to 70% of my body but miraculously survived.  With the love, support, and tireless dedication of my family and community I persevered through more than 15 surgeries and 3 years of physical rehabilitation.  As a Burn Survivor I learned that life challenges are common to us all, but the support group you choose to have around you at your time of need makes all the difference.

If you, your family, or your business is in a time of need regarding any Immigration matter, please call our office today.  We will make sure you will be happy you did.