Ashley Moore is a Business Immigration Associate in Wiggin and Dana’s Labor, Employment and Benefits Department in the New Haven office.
Prior to joining Wiggin and Dana, Ashley worked for a boutique immigration firm in St. Louis, MO, as an associate immigration attorney. She has experience with advising and counseling clients on immigration benefits and consequences and has worked on a wide range of immigration cases, including family-based immigrant visas, removal of conditions, naturalization, asylum, removal defense, employment-based visas, appeals, and delay litigation.
Ashley’s experience, including her externships with the Migrant and Immigrant Community Action Project and as a Global Law Fellow with Roma Tre Immigration Clinic in Rome, Italy, illustrates her commitment and passion for immigration law. She also volunteered at the Metro St. Louis Equal Housing Opportunity Council as a Student Mediator and worked with Legal Services of Eastern Missouri as a Summer Law Intern.
Ashley earned her J.D./L.L.M. at Washington University School of Law, where she was awarded the CALI award for excellence in International Courts and Tribunals and the Multi-Party and Public Policy Dispute Resolution. She also earned her M.A. in Human Rights from Central European University and her B.A. in Anthropology and Italian Studies from University of New Hampshire.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Ashley Moore
Ashley Moore of Wiggin and Dana is a National Law Review Go-To Thought Leader for her immigration articles on topics ranging from USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) / DOS (Department of State) case processing updates, COVID-19 briefings from the department of homeland security (DHS), and federal government policy changes that impact student visa holders. Ms. Moore’s experience with both family-based and employment-based immigrant visas, the naturalization process, and asylum applications delivers immigration news important to both businesses and individuals.