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1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Criminal Law, Banking and International Law for New Jersey on
Q: I would like to sue Binance for stealing from me, and am in need of legal assistance

Binance has over 300k in stolen assets, and refuses to return it or cooperate with investigation, and also locked my account.

Hassan Hussein Elkhalil
Hassan Hussein Elkhalil answered on Mar 30, 2021

File a police report for the stolen assets.

3 Answers | Asked in Divorce, Immigration Law, Civil Rights and International Law for New Jersey on
Q: Hypothetically let's say an immigrant married a US resident, and planned on creating a life here in the US together.

However the immigrant through time and lifestyle choices and even personal relationships, no longer felt the relationship they were in was feesable for them and the US resident to remain as a couple.

However the immigrant has a job and a life that they enjoy as well they may have even... Read more »

Leonard R. Boyer
Leonard R. Boyer answered on Mar 5, 2021

What you describe is real life that repeats itself throughout the country in every state. You need to retain an experienced matrimonial and immigration attorney otherwise you will be in over your head. No hypotheticals about it!

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3 Answers | Asked in Bankruptcy, Estate Planning, Banking and International Law for New Jersey on
Q: If Im poa on my Dad's account, that can't be affected by my bankruptcy? Also can I open a new account with us both on?

My father is moving to a new country next week and I am newly appointed durable power of attorney over his financial accounts.... If I file bankruptcy that shouldn't effect his banks accounts correct? Also I was thinking of opening a new checking account with my father and myself as joint... Read more »

Leonard R. Boyer
Leonard R. Boyer answered on Oct 10, 2020

Do not open any bank accounts until after your bankruptcy is discharged. Do not look for problems. You also need to be represented by an experienced Bankruptcy attorney. What you do not know can cause you all sorts of problems. You really need to leave things alone. Even with the Pandemic, if you... Read more »

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1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law and International Law for New Jersey on
Q: What are one’s right if denied to enter the US at an airport?

1) Can one call a lawyer?

2) What can one do to avoid a 5-year bar?

3) Is it true that one can apply for asylum to prevent oneself from being deported?

Thank you!

Kyndra L Mulder
Kyndra L Mulder answered on Oct 2, 2020

Depends on your status when you request to be admitted. If you are requesting admission based on a non immigrant visa: A visa does not guarentee you will be admitted. A visa only grants you permission to request you be admitted. Secondly, admission into the USA is considered a privilege not a... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Traffic Tickets and International Law for New Jersey on
Q: Dear sir/madam I am a diplomat, with a diplomatic passport. I was pulled over by a cop in NJ for illegal lane change.

I was driving a rental vehicle from Thrifty, in NJ , which the policeman that stopped me found to be uninsured and with expired registration .I thus received a total of 3 tickets .I was told by my colleagues that being a visiting diplomat, I am immune from prosecution and need ONLY respond to the... Read more »

Peter A. Michael
Peter A. Michael answered on Sep 26, 2019

You are not immune from prosecution just yet. You will need to appear in court and attempt to resolve this summons. Since the car was a rental, the rental service should be able to provide you proof of insurance and registration of the vehicle. This evidence may be shown to the municipal court... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in International Law and Criminal Law for New Jersey on
Q: My friend is an international student, and he committed a serious crime and fled to another country!

Will he be arrested at the US embassy if he went for visa interview?

H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq. answered on Feb 24, 2019

Maybe but More information would be needed to properly answer your question.

2 Answers | Asked in Contracts, Divorce, Civil Litigation and International Law for New Jersey on
Q: How to sue an ex-spouse living in another country?

I want to sue my ex-wife for breach of a divorce agreement, but she lives in England while I am in the U.S. Can she simply ignore a court summons because she's living in another country? What would the consequences of that be? What would be my recourse if she refused to come back to the... Read more »

Leonard R. Boyer
Leonard R. Boyer answered on Mar 18, 2018

You can try, however, she is under no obligation to return to the US to face you in Court. People living in other countries ignore a U.S. Court summons, especially for a civil matter all the time. Unless the U.S. Court would grant you relief over property or something else physically in the U.S. it... Read more »

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Admiralty / Maritime, Constitutional Law and International Law for New Jersey on
Q: In N.J. can a Prosecutor draft the indictment 7 days after the hearing unsigned by a foreperson to quash a preliminary h

Hearing was held on the 3rd day of Jan. Indictment drafted and presented on the 10th day of Jan. The hearing on a warrant Gerstein v. Pugh 1975 requured within 48 hours of detainment to determine Probable Cause as arrest was on Sept 16, 2005 did not receive bail until C.J.P. COURT ON Sept 27 11... Read more »

Stuart Nachbar
Stuart Nachbar answered on May 15, 2017

You are asking Warrant vs. Indictment. Indictment is fine as recited above, not a 4th Amendment Violation

2 Answers | Asked in Education Law, Immigration Law, International Law and Adoption for New Jersey on
Q: I'm a U.S citizen, I was adopted and I want to know how I can get my biological brother? I know I can't petition for him

I came here in the U.S when I was 17 yrs old and had had to leave my one only brother behind my only family left and I am not 21 yrs old and he's 19 yrs old . I know I can't petition for him I've read about it but he's alone and ever since I've been trying to provide for... Read more »

Leonard R. Boyer
Leonard R. Boyer answered on Aug 17, 2015

He needs to apply for a student visa on his own. However it may take a while before one is granted, if at all. It is a complex process. He needs to apply to US schools and see if he can get a scholarship, among other things. Good luck.

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2 Answers | Asked in Education Law, Immigration Law, International Law and Adoption for New Jersey on
Q: I'm a U.S citizen, I was adopted and I want to know how I can get my biological brother? I know I can't petition for him

I came here in the U.S when I was 17 yrs old and had had to leave my one only brother behind my only family left and I am not 21 yrs old and he's 19 yrs old . I know I can't petition for him I've read about it but he's alone and ever since I've been trying to provide for... Read more »

Leonard R. Boyer
Leonard R. Boyer answered on Aug 17, 2015

He needs to apply for a student visa on his own. However it may take a while before one is granted, if at all. It is a complex process. He needs to apply to US schools and see if he can get a scholarship, among other things. Good luck.

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