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Paul Nelson Gilbert

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Immigration, Visa, Deportation

PAUL N. GILBERT, ESQ. manages and operates his own law firm, as he has since 1982. From 1977 until 1982, he was a General Attorney with the United St... (more)

"GREAT MEN ! EXCELLENT PROFESSIONAL VERY HELPFUL, POLIDE , TRUSTWORTHY . my family is very thankful with all the help that we having been receiving from mr PAUL!!!! GOD bless u mr PAUL."

  11 months ago     Sidy Padilha


"Paul represented me with my immigration case to obtain a "green card." Paul knows exactly what he's doing, so the time from contacting him the first time until the end of the case felt like a breeze. Paul is very kind; my eight-month-old son really enjoyed being held by him! Paul will respond to your emails almost immediately, and when he cannot respond, he will still respond saying that he will contact you as soon as he can. I definitely recommend working with Paul. It has been a great pleasure!"

  1 year ago     Mateusz Miasik


"Paul Gilbert is an excellent immigration lawyer!! He is very understanding and knowledgeable. During all the years of our immigration process, he was always available on the phone, emails or to set up an appointment. I recommended him to all my friends as the best immigration lawyer in NJ!!"

  1 year ago     Maged Mohamed


"Recently got my Green Card approved with Paul N. Gilbert in Parsippany representing me. He is an extremely knowledgeable and experienced attorney. Can't thank him enough. Highly recommended!"

  1 year ago     Melisa Bless


"Paul was our lawyer for my immigration status.nHe was professional and very helpful every step of the process, he was very patient and always happy to answer any questions we had.nI was very happy with the work that he did for our case. n"

  1 year ago     Sarah Moroso


Law Offices of Paul N. Gilbert
2001 Route 46
Parsippany, NJ 07054
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