|By PR Newswire||
|April 25, 2014 08:30 PM EDT||
NUTLEY, N.J., April 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Cindy Ramjattan-Paul Esq. is recognized by Continental Who's Who as a 2014 Leading Lawyer in Immigration Law in the field of Legal Services as a result of her role as an Attorney with her own firm, Cindy Ramjattan-Paul, P.C.
In her current position, Mrs. Ramjattan-Paul specializes in all areas of immigration and nationality law including deportation and removal defense, employment based visas, family based visas, consular processing, all types of nonimmigrant visa applications and federal court practice. Mrs. Ramjattan-Paul is firm advocate for the rights of immigrants in the United States, frequently giving her time, pro bono to worthy causes which better help immigrants understand their rights in addition to her immigration law practice. She firmly believes that each person is entitled to equal rights and representation before the law, and that no person should be treated unfairly or unjustly.
Mrs. Ramjattan-Paul maintains affiliation with several prestigious organizations. She is presently a member of the US District Court of New Jersey, New York State Bar Association, New Jersey State Bar Associations, The American Immigration Lawyers Association, American Bar Association, and the Federal Immigration Bar. As a result of her dedication and professionalism, she has been the recipient of New Jersey Super Lawyers "Rising Stars" of 2013 and the Women's Rights Reporter Award.
Throughout her educational career, Mrs. Ramjattan-Paul earned her J.D. from Rutgers University and also holds an Undergraduate Degree from University College at Rutgers University. In addition, she is Licensed and Board Certified in the states of New Jersey, New York, North Carolina and the U.S. District Court of New Jersey.
Outside of work, Mrs. Ramjattan-Paul enjoys yoga, biking, and travel. Her favorite vacation destination is India, and she would like to dedicate this recognition to her parents, Chanmatie and Utham Ramjattan for their endless support.
For more information, please visit www.cindypaulesq.com
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