About Richard W Moore, Jr
Richard W. Moore, Jr. is an EB-5 immigration attorney who practices with the Moore Law Group, located in Timonium, Md. Attorney Moore devotes many hours and dollars each year to stay on the cutting edge of immigration law, and EB-5 practice in particular. In the past he participated in a three-day intensive seminar devoted exclusively to EB-5 issues and strategies presented by American Immigration Lawyers Association.
Attorney Moore earned his undergraduate degree cum laude in business administration, with a concentration in accounting, in 1984 from the University of Richmond. While at the University of Richmond, attorney Moore was a recipient of the Ernst & Whinney (which is now Ernst & Young) Accounting Scholarship, the E. Claiborne Robins School of Business Scholarship, and was also named to the Who’s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. In 1987, he passed the Certified Public Accountant exam to become a CPA. Attorney Moore then earned his law degree in 1991 from the University of Baltimore School of Law, where he earned the Law Foundation Scholarship.
Attorney Moore founded the Moore Law Group in 2011 with his father Richard W. (Dick) Moore. Together they have more than 65 years of experience representing individual clients and businesses in corporate, immigration, business and estate planning law. Attorney Moore has concentrated almost entirely on immigration law for over 12 years and devotes 90 percent of his time to immigration law. In total, the Moore Law Group has assisted clients from more than 100 countries in their journey to work and live in the United States.
Attorney Moore is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and the Maryland State Bar Association. In his free time, attorney Moore enjoys Ravens football, golf, volunteer work, travel and spending time with his three daughters and wife Michele.
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