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3 Answers | Asked in Immigration Law for New Jersey on
Q: Can immigration officer offend or be rude on green card interview?
Rodney John Alberto
Rodney John Alberto
answered on Oct 14, 2011

Well, my experience is that immigration officers can be rude. However, as a practical matter, it may not be worth it to contest them on this point, particularly if your case has some vulnerabilities in it. Because where an immigration officer feels offended by your rebuke, he may consider... Read more »

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2 Answers | Asked in Immigration Law for New Jersey on
Q: If immigration requested that a document must accompanies with foreign officer certification, please where can i get it?
Rodney John Alberto
Rodney John Alberto
answered on May 26, 2011

It is difficult to answer your question, because it is not clear what document requires "foreign officer certification." Please clarify. Good luck. Rodney Alberto, Esq. www.visabrothers.com, 732-200-0779

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1 Answer | Asked in Uncategorized for New Jersey on
Q: I am teaching a new course in a NJ high school for Paralegals. Where can I get some teaching materials/worksheets?
Rodney John Alberto
Rodney John Alberto
answered on May 23, 2011

Check out Amazon.com. or Check out the American Bar Association or look at the applicable professional association for paralegals. Or, call lawyers teaching the same course in the county colleges, I'm sure they 'll help you out. Rodney Alberto, Esq. www.albertobrothers.com, 732-200-0779

1 Answer | Asked in Municipal Law for New Jersey on
Q: Who is responable to remove the snow around a fire hydrent
Rodney John Alberto
Rodney John Alberto
answered on May 23, 2011

In your shoes, I would call the municipality and ascertain their position. If they are saying it is your responsibility, ask them for the ordinance / law upon which they are premising their assertion. Then, follow up with an attorney. Rodney Alberto, Esq. www.albertobrothers.com, 732-200-0779

1 Answer | Asked in Municipal Law for New Jersey on
Q: How much is a ticket for throwing snow on road?

As you know theres been a blizzard and i had to shovel snow and did not know that i couldnt throw a little bit of snow on the road...the person who told me was a fire volunteer guy and he called a cop....there was already snow everywhere around me...i find this unfair in the middle of a blizzard

Rodney John Alberto
Rodney John Alberto
answered on May 23, 2011

Please let us know what the summons said. In order for us to make this assessment fully, we really need to take a look at the notice of violation. Rodney Alberto, Esq. www.albertobrothers.com, 732-200-0779

1 Answer | Asked in Municipal Law for New Jersey on
Q: A county prosecutor is refusing comply with court’s order to prosecute a defendant, how to compel him to do so?

Dear Mr. Alberto,

Thank you for your answer. I just wanted to add that the following facts: The order to prosecute the defendant was entered by the presiding judge of the criminal division in the superior court. The judge that entered that order has retired from the bench a year after. The... Read more »

Rodney John Alberto
Rodney John Alberto
answered on May 23, 2011

This is a complicated procedure. You should file a motion with the judge that wrote the order to compel him to prosecute. Rodney Alberto, Esq. www.albertobrothers.com, 732-200-0779

1 Answer | Asked in Municipal Law for New Jersey on
Q: What are the current loitering laws in new Jersey?
Rodney John Alberto
Rodney John Alberto
answered on May 23, 2011

I think a more productive way to answer this question, is to tell us the type of behavior you believe to be loitering and then we can give you our assessment of the same. Otherwise, both the State of NJ and each municipality has laws relating to loitering. Rodney Alberto, Esq.... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law for New Jersey on
Q: If there are multiple owners on a deed what is the responsiblity of each person if it is due to survivorship?
Rodney John Alberto
Rodney John Alberto
answered on May 23, 2011

Ok, for example, if A, B, and C, own a property as joint tenants with rights of survivorship, and A dies, then B and C will own the property 1/2 each and be "responsible" in the same proportion. I hope that helps. Good luck. Rodney Alberto, Esq. www.albertobrothers.com, 732-200-0779

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for Arkansas on
Q: My husband has being living in the US for over 10 yrs. I'm a citizen. If I apply to get him a visa what are my chances?

When he crossed the border he was a minor, he has no bad records or anything. My concern is that I dont want him to be sent back to Mexico for a long time.

Rodney John Alberto
Rodney John Alberto
answered on May 17, 2011

Well, your husband will have to apply for a waiver and it will be in Mexico. We handle this type of case for people all the time, and we can assist you. It is a complex process, and you will likely need some formal, legal guidance. However, good luck to you and your husband. Rodney Alberto,... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for New York on
Q: Can the Child of an LPR wait in US for Visa
Rodney John Alberto
Rodney John Alberto
answered on May 17, 2011

I'm confused by your question, as only individuals who need to enter the U.S. require a visa. This child of an LPR is already in the U.S. Now, many children of LPR's enter as derivatives. My follow up question, is how did your child enter the U.S.? I would need more information to... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Tax Law for New Jersey on
Q: Can i deduct realty property taxes accrued after death as an administration expense on 706 ?
Rodney John Alberto
Rodney John Alberto
answered on May 16, 2011

I'm not sure what you form you are referring to, but it is very likely that you can. I would double-check your firm with an attorney or accountant, prior to submission. Rodney Alberto, Esq. www.albertobrothers.com, 732-200-0779

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1 Answer | Asked in Municipal Law for New Jersey on
Q: What constitutes cause to have a recreation commissioner removed?
Rodney John Alberto
Rodney John Alberto
answered on May 16, 2011

you need to review the bylaws of the board or the organization. is this a public board? if so, you can go to the municipal clerk to ask for a copy. the bylaws should point to grounds for removal. Good luck. Rodney Alberto, Esq. www.albertobrothers.com, 732-200-0779

1 Answer | Asked in Bankruptcy for New Jersey on
Q: MY AUNT FILED FOR BANKR, OVER 10 YEARS AGO. SHE WAS D

DENIED PUBLIC HOUSING BECAUSE OF THIS. IS THIS LEGAL? WHAT CAN SHE DO? SHE SURVIDES ALONE ON LOW INCOME AND IS IN POOR HEALTH. PLEASE REPLY.

Rodney John Alberto
Rodney John Alberto
answered on May 16, 2011

It would be helpful to see a copy of the denial letter, so that we can see the precise basis in law to which the public agency cited. Good luck. Rodney Alberto, Esq. www.albertobrothers.com, 732-200-0779

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for New York on
Q: My husband as been detened for the pass 11 months can a wit habeaes corpus get him release n how can i get one?

He's been detenion center for 11 months

Rodney John Alberto
Rodney John Alberto
answered on May 16, 2011

A writ of habeas corpus can only be issued if the USCIS has not served a notice to appear before an immigration judge, and he is not yet in removal proceedings. Generally, once he is in removal proceedings, unless he agrees to voluntarily depart, his case will be put on an expedited track.... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for Louisiana on
Q: I need immigration lawer
Rodney John Alberto
Rodney John Alberto
answered on May 16, 2011

Hello, my law firm represents clients throughout the United States. Feel free to reach out to me. We would be happy to help you find the right immigration attorney. Rodney Alberto, Esq. www.visabrothers.com, 732-200-0779

1 Answer | Asked in Business Formation for North Carolina on
Q: What are the laws for having a one chair barbershop in your home?
Rodney John Alberto
Rodney John Alberto
answered on May 11, 2011

if you want to do it legally, you should go down to your local municipality and tell them what you want to do. these are called "zoning laws."

1 Answer | Asked in Business Formation for North Carolina on
Q: Do i need a lawyer to start a business?
Rodney John Alberto
Rodney John Alberto
answered on May 11, 2011

lawyers don't start businesses - entrepreneurs do. however, a lawyer can assist you in the maze of regulations, contractual requirements, and legal parameters. and if you plan on being big, you need to think big, and that often necessitates at least some involvement from an attorney. Rodney... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Business Formation for New York on
Q: Do i need a lawyer to start a non profit organization
Rodney John Alberto
Rodney John Alberto
answered on May 11, 2011

of course, you don't need a lawyer to do any legal matter, just in the same way that you don't need a doctor to use web md to kinda figure out what your illness is. however, a lawyer's level of discretion will help you through not only the technical aspects of starting the... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Bankruptcy for New Jersey on
Q: Do i need my social card for my bankrupcy hearing on monday. I cannot seem to find it.

I have my bankruptcy hearing on Monday(4/11) i cannot seem to find my social security card. I have A N.J. Police I.D. card and my state w-4 form with my name and social security number on them. Will that be good enough?

Rodney John Alberto
Rodney John Alberto
answered on May 11, 2011

You know, if you can't find it, you can't find it. Generally, the trustees are very lenient on such matters. Bring your passport, too, if you have one. If not, they will adjourn the matter and give you time to get a duplicate card from social security administration. Rodney Alberto,... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law for New York on
Q: Should condo meeting be open to all homeowners
Rodney John Alberto
Rodney John Alberto
answered on May 11, 2011

the answer to this should be in the by-laws of the condo association, which you should have access to. there may be certain meetings that homeowners cannot attend, so if you are denied access, you should ask for what provision in the bylaws authorizes limited meetings. in any event, you should be... Read more »

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