I have been practicing exclusively in the field of immigration and nationality law since 2009. My practice focuses primarily on family immigration, citizenship issues, deportation, and asylum. I worked at Ross Silverman Snyder Tietjen LLP in Boston from 2009 to 2018 where I was fortunate to receive incredible training and mentorship. In 2018, I decided to take the step and establish my own firm, Law Office of Ellen F. Driver LLC. I am active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). I previously served as co-liaison to the local U.S. Customs and Border Protection office for the AILA New England Chapter and as co-liaison to the AILA New England Chapter’s New Members Division. I also served as the co-chair of the Family Committee of the Boston Bar Association’s Immigration Section. For several years, I co-chaired the immigration law basics program at Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) in Boston. I have done pro bono work with several organizations, Kids in Need of Defense (KIND), the Political Asylum Immigration Representation (PAIR) Project, Project Citizenship, and the Boston Mayor’s Office for Immigrant Advancement. In 2015, I went to Dilley, Texas with a team from the AILA New England Chapter to volunteer with the CARA Pro Bono Project representing women and children detained in ICE custody. I graduated from Northeastern University School of Law and I am licensed to practice law in Massachusetts. I speak fluent Spanish.