Ellen Sullivan
Ellen Sullivan

Ellen Sullivan

Founding Attorney

Ellen Sullivan, Esq. founded Cambridge Immigration Law (formerly Law Office of Ellen Sullivan) in 2014 after practicing immigration law in various settings since 2005. As the supervising attorney and owner of her law firm, Ellen has had the privilege of working with hundreds of individuals, families, and businesses on a wide range of immigration matters. Ellen’s legal team supports individuals and families from countless countries, races, educational and socioeconomic backgrounds, sexual orientations, gender identities, religions, and family statuses as they strive to achieve their life goals through their US immigration journeys.

Prior to founding her own firm, Ellen was a partner in two small law firms and worked at non-profit legal organizations including the Victim Rights Law Center and Centro Presente.

Ellen has been a member of the American Immigration Laws Association for many years, serving in various volunteer capacities including on the Executive Board as Treasurer and Secretary. Ellen is an active member of the Women’s Bar Association.  She is a volunteer Hearing Officer on the Massachusetts Board of Bar Overseers.

Ellen has lived in New England, California, Spain, and Argentina. Ellen speaks fluent Spanish, and she is trying to improve her Portuguese skills. (If you speak Portuguese, please feel free to help Ellen practice!)

Ellen lives in Arlington, MA with her family. She cherishes her time with her children; she loves practicing yoga; and from March until November she tends to her perennial garden, constantly adding annuals to brighten up the mix.

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We work hard to make your immigration case easy for you. Use this easy guide to help you organize the documents that you would use if you are eligible to submit an application for a marriage-based green card application. You should consult with an attorney to figure out if you are eligible for a green card before you submit any applications or documents to the U.S. government.