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Jordan C. Moody

Jordan C. Moody

Wilner & O'Reilly, APLC
  • Immigration Law
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Jordan Moody is the managing attorney at the firm's Boise, Idaho office. He specializes in immigration law, and is particularly involved in representing clients in family-based, transactional, asylum, U-visa, and removal defense cases. One of Wilner & O’Reilly’s many bilingual attorneys, Jordan is also fluent in the Spanish language. Jordan did his undergraduate studies at Brigham Young University. He attended law school at the University of Iowa College of Law. While there, Jordan served as president of the Iowa Student Bar Association, the law school's student government. Before joining the team at Wilner & O’Reilly, he worked at the University of Iowa's legal clinic where he handled family-based, asylum, removal defense, and U-visa cases for indigent clients. In his spare time, Jordan enjoys spending time with his family, the outdoors, nutrition, and reading his kindle in any spare moment. Jordan, his wife Cami, and their dog Scout reside in Boise, Idaho.

Practice Area
  • Immigration Law
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Languages
  • Spanish: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Managing Attorney
Wilner & O'Reilly, APLC
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Education
University of Iowa
J.D. (2014)
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Honors: Boyd Service Award
Activities: ISBA President
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Utah State Bar  # 15203
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American Immigration Lawyers Association
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Expanded Provisional Waiver Program
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18 Questions Answered

Q. Am perm resident. Want to marry illegal who overstayed visa. Is it better to become USC first, or marry, then become USC
A: If you petition a spouse as a PR, and then become a USC while the petition is pending, you can change the visa category. So I would advise you to start both the petition and naturalization processes now.
Q. How quickly can I get a fiancée visa for my future wife who's a Japanese citizen?
A: The first step (I-129) is taking about 7-9 months currently. Then scheduling the interview with the U.S. consulate there will likely take another 2-3 months or so.
Q. Can I renew my license with the I-797 notice action in Idaho?
A: The I-797 notice of action is the same title for all government receipts, so more information is needed. Reach out to an attorney in your area. Some of them offer free consultations. This answer will depend on the type of application you have filed.
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10173 West Overland Road
Boise, ID 83709
Telephone: (208) 391-2020