I reside in Charlestown, Massachusetts with my wife Ariel. When I am not working on... more
I reside in Charlestown, Massachusetts with my wife Ariel. When I am not working on behalf of my clients, I enjoy coaching football for the Semi-Professional Charlestown Townies of the Eastern Footbal League, playing hockey or meeting friends for a few laughs.
I am the proprietor of Law Offices of Jacob D. Geller, which I formed in early 2011... more
I am the proprietor of Law Offices of Jacob D. Geller, which I formed in early 2011 as a general practice with a specialization in immigration. Originally from Vermont, I focus on immigration law. I am a graduate of the University of Vermont where I majored in History. Following undergraduate school, I moved to Ecuador for two years where I taught English and learned Spanish. I returned ... view profile
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