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Justin Rhodes


Justin Rhodes is an Associate Attorney at Webber Law Firm. Justin earned a bachelor’s degree in History from Gustavus Adolphus College (summa cum laude), a master’s degree in Political Science from the University of Minnesota, and a law degree from the University of Minnesota (cum laude). Justin is licensed to practice law by the Supreme Court of Minnesota and because immigration law is federal, he is permitted to represent clients throughout the United States and worldwide on U.S. immigration law matters.

During law school, Justin won a Best Brief Award in Legal Writing, was awarded an Upper Midwest Human Rights Fellowship from the University of Minnesota Law School’s Human Rights Center, interned with Judge Dale B. Lindman, and clerked with the Ramsey County Public Defender’s Office.

After law school, he gained extensive immigration experience as an attorney at a law firm in St. Paul, MN. He handled employment-based non-immigrant cases (temporary visas), such as H-1Bs (including third party placements), TNs, O-1As, O-1Bs, and E-3s. In the area of employment-based immigration (those seeking U.S. permanent residence), he handled cases involving labor certifications (PERM), persons of extraordinary ability, and outstanding researchers. For individuals and family-based immigration clients, he represented clients in relation to fiancé petitions, petitions for immediate relatives of U.S. citizens or permanent residents, and applications to remove conditions on residence.

Member Logo newAt Webber Law Firm, Justin continues to focus on employment-based and family-based immigration matters—with a special focus on H-1Bs and labor certifications (PERM).

Justin is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).


  • David Weissbrodt and Justin Rhodes, UN Treaty Bodies and Migrant Workers, in Research Handbook on Migration and International Law (Vincent Chetail, ed., 2014)
  • David Weissbrodt and Justin Rhodes, United Nations Treaty Body Monitoring of Migrant Workers in the Middle East, 5 Middle East Law and Governance 71 (Anver Emon, ed., 2013)
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