Employment-Based Immigration Law; Family-Based Immigration Law; Naturalization Law
J.D., Thomas M. Cooley Law School, 1998; University of Michigan (B.A., Political Science, 1991)
State of Michigan, 1998
Matthew Morse has been an immigration attorney for twelve years, focusing on employment-based and family-based immigration law issues. He has extensive experience with H, L, TN, O, K, B visas, as well as with Labor Certifications, Visa Processing, Adjustment of Status, and healthcare worker immigration issues. Mr. Morse also has profound proficiency with Extraordinary Ability Alien cases, National Interest Waiver physician petitions, Outstanding Professor/Researcher petitions, Advance Degreed Professionals cases, Multinational Managers and Executives cases, and Naturalization law issues. Prior to practicing Immigration law, Mr. Morse practiced Gaming and Real Property Law, as well as Contract Law in Detroit, Michigan. Mr. Morse held internships with the Michigan Attorney General’s Office, the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality and the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office.
Mr. Morse is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers’ Association and the Michigan Bar Association.