Moorestown law firm celebrates sixth anniversary

Founded and led by Managing Partner, Manuela Morais, the firm is exclusively dedicated to corporate immigration law.

Morais Law, a WBENC-certified, woman-owned law firm specializing in United States immigration and nationality law, is pleased to celebrate six years providing legal services to both businesses and individuals. Founded and led by Managing Partner, Manuela Morais, the firm is exclusively dedicated to corporate immigration law, representing and advising a wide range of employers, from start-up companies to Fortune 500 corporations in a variety of industries. 

Practice areas focus on helping businesses recruit and retain top talent while avoiding liability issues through compliance counseling, audit defense and company policy development. The attorneys routinely represent clients before the U.S. Citizenships & Immigration Services, the U.S. Department of Labor and at the U.S. Department of State.

“When I first launched the firm, I had a vision to work alongside company employees and their employers as partners in a highly personalized manner,” Morais said. “Celebrating another anniversary is a testament to our dedicated staff and the relationships we have established. I truly appreciate our clients’ trust, confidence and partnership.”

Formerly the Law Offices of Manuela Morais, the firm’s core values have remained the same since day one. Morais and her team are guided by the belief that immigration should be a successful, positive, human experience. 

“It is this that led the firm to mark its anniversary with a donation to World Food Program USA in support of its mission to end global hunger,” Morais said. “As a firm we strongly believe in the ideal that we are part of a global community. World Food Program USA is tackling its largest scale-up ever in response to COVID-19, providing lifesaving meals to 138 million of the world’s most vulnerable people in more than 80 countries, including here at home in the United States. We are proud to support this mission to end poverty across the globe.”