About Michelle T Kobler
Michelle Kobler is an EB-5 immigration attorney and one of the associates of Klasko, Rulon, Stock & Seltzer, LLP, a nationality and U.S. immigration law firm that has offices in New York and Philadelphia. Attorney Kobler is based in the firm’s Philadelphia office. As an immigration lawyer, she focuses on the areas of family-based and employment-based immigration.
Klasko, Rulon, Stock & Seltzer, LLP is one of the country’s most trusted immigration law firms and is known all over the country for providing unique and creative legal solutions to anyone with U.S. immigration legal needs. The firm is nationally-renowned for its high success rate. It is the top choice of families, organizations, and individuals, including those in academia, people with special skills and talents, professionals, skilled workers, investors, and many more. Countless individuals have been reunited with their families in the United States; several professionals and skilled workers found stable jobs in the country; and many firms and businesses have been able to operate and invest in the country, all because of the legal assistance provided by the associates at Klasko, Rulon, Stocks & Seltzer, LLP.
Attorney Kobler is very knowledgeable and experienced in handling employment and family-based U.S. immigration concerns and issues. She has helped countless families with their green card petitions and applications. She also assists employees and employers in completing the documents required by U.S. immigration law. Specifically, attorney Kobler assists in the processing and filing of EB-1 or EB-2 applications for immigrant petitions, J-1 for physicians, EB-5 for investors, and national interest waivers.
She can represent clients before U.S. immigration courts, defending those with deportation and removal charges. She is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts and New York. She has been a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) since 2012.
Before attorney Kobler became one of the associates of the firm, she was an associate at an immigration law firm based in Washington D.C. She was also a past judicial fellow for a group of immigration judges.
Attorney Kobler has also written publications and articles related to U.S. immigration law. Her publications include the Texas Textbook Massacre: Can the Courts Do Anything (2010); The Hopes Fears of All the Years: An LGBT Experience with the One-Year Bar to Asylum (2012); and Time to Step Up for the Saffron Revolution (2007).
Attorney Kobler completed her Bachelor of Arts degree at Wellesley College in 2006. Before entering law school, she was a political consultant of political organizations and was involved in presidential campaigns. She then studied law and obtained her Juris Doctor degree with honors from the George Washington University Law School in 2011. Attorney Kobler was active in the university’s law school immigration clinic. She has participated in different socio-civic activities and helped many indigent immigrants. She was also once a part of an international law program at Oxford University.