Firm Overview

IMMIGRATION AND CITIZENSHIP LAW
The Immigration Law Center of STEEL, DOEBLEY & GLASSMAN, P.C. meets the needs of individuals, businesses and organizations throughout the United States and abroad seeking assistance in all immigration related matters. The firm focuses on both Employment and Family-based Immigration Law. Being a full service immigration practice, the firm also provides representation in removal/deportation proceedings, employer sanctions cases, and asylum applications.

SOCIAL SECURITY/ SSI DISABILITY LAW

Main Office

Main
1608 Walnut Street
Suite 1500
Philadelphia PA 19103-5457

Phone

(215) 546-4333

Fax

(215) 854-0097

Websites

Website

Immigration Law

US Citizenship

US Visa

Green Card

Deportation

Asylum

Emily M. Cohen

Steel, Doebly and Glassman, P.C.

Partner


 


Partner


 


Ms. Cohen practices exclusively in the area of Immigration and Nationality Law.  She has been a practicing attorney since 1989.  Ms. Cohen's practice includes a full spectrum of business and individual immigration clients including multinational corporations, information technology companies, healthcare institutions and academic and research organizations.


 


Early in her career as a private practitioner, Ms. Cohen established the Immigration Law Center in Philadelphia. The Center serves as a resource to the community on immigration matters.  Ms. Cohen has written and lectured extensively on immigration at both the university level and for corporate clients who continue to seek information on the growing implication immigration has on their business and human resource needs.


 


Prior to completing law school in 1988, Ms. Cohen served as a Foreign Student Advisor at Temple University in Philadelphia and was a Legal Assistant at the Immigration Law Firm of Orlow, Rubin, Steel and Rudnick. She also served as an Immigration Caseworker at the Nationalities Service Center in Philadelphia and in 1982 was accredited by the Board of Immigration Appeals to represent individuals before the Immigration and Naturalization Service. In 1992, she and Charles M. Honeyman, Esq., who has since been appointed a U.S. Immigration Judge, formed Cohen & Honeyman, a full service immigration practice. Subsequently, she joined her practice with Fluhr & Gonz

Sanjuanita Gonzalez

Steel, Doebly and Glassman, P.C.

Managing Partner 


Managing Partner 


Managing Partner 


Managing Partner 


Managing Partner 


Managing Partner 


Managing Partner 


Managing Partner 


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Suzanne Fluhr

Steel, Doebly and Glassman, P.C.

Of Counsel 


Of Counsel 


Ms. Fluhr practices in the area of Social Security Disability law primarily handling appellate work at the administrative and Federal Court level.    Prior to graduating from law school in 1980, Ms. Fluhr worked as a paralegal for Community Legal Services (CLS) in Philadelphia. Upon completion of law school she returned to CLS, where she spent the first four years of her career as a staff attorney.  Ms. Fluhr subsequently created a solo practice concentrating in Social Security Disability claims. She and Sanjuanita Gonz

Georgette Pinillos

Steel, Doebly and Glassman, P.C.

Associate 


Ms. Pinillos has concentrated exclusively in immigration law and has served as a dedicated advocate for our immigration clients for the last nine years.  In additional to handling family and employment-based cases, she represents our clients before the Immigration Courts handling a wide range of litigation matters.   


Ms. Pinillos received her Bachelor's in French and Political Science from the University of Michigan.  She received her Juris Doctor from American University's Washington College of Law, graduating cum laude in 1999.   


As part of her legal education, Ms. Pinillos was a student attorney for the International Human Rights Law Clinic where she handled immigration and human rights cases.  During her third year of law school, she clerked at the Washington, DC immigration law firm of Maggio & Kattar, P.C.  She was Co-Chair of the Hispanic Law Student Association. 


Ms. Pinillos is fluent in Spanish and proficient in French.  She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). 

Education

University of Michigan
B.A., 1996

American University
J.D., 1999

Scott A. Dye

Steel, Doebly and Glassman, P.C.

Associate


Mr. Dye represents individuals with claims for Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits at the administrative and Federal Court level.  He has been a practicing attorney since 1995. Prior to working for Cohen, Fluhr & Gonz

License

Bar Number: State Bar of Texas
Texas, 1995

Bar Number: State Bar of Ohio
Ohio, 2002

Bar Number: State Bar of Pennsyl
Pennsylvania, 2005

Education

Ohio State University
BA, 1992

Southern Methodist University School of Law
JD, 1995

University of North Texas
MA, 2003

Brian Perez

Steel, Doebly and Glassman, P.C.

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License

Bar Number: California Bar Assoc
California, 2006

Bar Number: Pennsylvania State B
Pennsylvania, 2008

Education

Pennsylvania State University
BS, 2000

Temple University
Juris Doctor, 2006

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