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Meet Crismelly Morales, Esq.

Founder & Attorney

Law Office of Crismelly Morales, Esq., P.C.

151 North Main Street, Suite 300, New City, New York 10956, United States

Office Phone: (845) 293-5040

Text Message: (845) 293-4848

Crismelly is the attorney and founder of the Law Office of Crismelly Morales, Esq., P.C. Her passion for immigration law is rooted in her own immigration story. Crismelly was born and raised in the Dominican Republic and migrated to the United States in 2009. She later became a naturalized citizen of the United States. She started her career as an Associate at a prestigious immigration and personal injury law firm in New Jersey, where she primarily represented individuals facing removal proceedings before the Immigration Courts.

Crismelly has a deep commitment to public service and is passionate about helping the Latino community in the United States. She volunteered as a Spanish interpreter for multiple non-profit immigration organizations that provide free legal services to foreign nationals, such as CUNY Citizenship Now, Make the Road NY, and Al Otro Lado.

During law school, Crismelly was a student attorney at the Safe Passage Project, a non-profit organization that represents children in their immigration process. She conducted initial screenings of the clients, drafted legal memos in support of clients’ motions, and assisted in other stages in the representation of children who are now lawful permanent residents.

Prior to becoming an attorney, Crismelly worked as a paralegal for nine years for a well-respected immigration attorney in Rockland County, NY while attending college and law school. She also worked for several years at a renowned matrimonial law firm in Rockland County as a paralegal.

Crismelly received her Juris Doctor from New York Law School and her B.A. in Legal Studies from The State University of New York at Purchase. She is admitted to practice law in the States of New York and New Jersey and before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second and Third Circuits.