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The Law Offices of Cindy Ramjattan-Paul, P.C. is a general practice firm, located in Nutley, New Jersey.  Ms. Paul is committed to helping our clients find positive solutions to their legal problems. Ms. Paul focuses her practice on U.S. Immigration and Nationality Law throughout the United States and within the international arena. We also handle family law matters within the State of New Jersey.

Cindy Ramjattan-Paul

Cindy is licensed & board certified in the states of New Jersey, New York, North Carolina and the U.S.

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Immigration attorney Cindy Ramjattan-Paul

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Cindy Ramjattan-Paul

Immigration Attorney
  • +973-542-0200

Bar Licenses and Admissions:

(New Jersey admitted in 2003), North Carolina ( March 2004) , New York ( June 2005) – Practicing Law for over 20 years

Practice Areas:

  • Family Law
  • Immigration Law
  • Criminal Defense Law
  • Settlement Agreement
  • Alimony / Spousal support
  • Divorce / Annulment
  • Child Support
  • Child custody/ Parenting Time
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The immigration attorneys and staff at the Law Offices of Cindy Ramjattan-Paul, PC are knowledgeable professionals in immigration law. We are dedicated to taking care of all your general immigration needs, from deportation defense and adjustment of status to visas and naturalization.

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