Matthew Zelle has been an Associate Attorney with Immigration Solutions LLC since 2015. He excels in written legal advocacy, and he provides representation in cases involving USCIS and US Embassies abroad. Matthew handles a diverse portfolio of the firm’s cases, including family-based immigration, O-1 petitions for individuals with extraordinary ability, National Interest Waivers, humanitarian forms of immigration relief (including political asylum and U-Visas), and cases involving issues of inadmissibility and deportability.
Matthew graduated from Boston University School of Law in 2013. While in law school, Matthew worked for two years at Boston University’s Asylum and Human Rights Clinic, where he represented clients seeking political asylum and Special Immigrant Juvenile Status. After graduating law school, Matthew completed a fellowship with the Human Rights Initiative of North Texas (HRI), where he provided legal assistance to undocumented children in Removal Proceedings and to immigrant victims of violent crimes.
Prior to law school, Matthew was a member of the New York City Teaching Fellows and spent three years teaching special education in the New York public school system. Matthew spent his undergraduate years at the University of Wisconsin, where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in History and Political Science.
Matthew is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and Texas. He is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).