Joseph G. Cella, Esq., has been professionally involved in Immigration Law since 1989, practicing as an Immigration Attorney since 1993. His Immigration Cases have been the subject of articles in many publications including The Herald News, and he has been published in the New Jersey Law Journal. Mr. Cella has given numerous lectures on various topics within the area of Immigration Law, and has taught various political and legal courses at New Jersey’s William Paterson University, including a Masters Degree Course in Political Asylum and International Human Rights Law. Mr. Cella is the founder of Cella & Associates, LLC, US Immigration Attorneys with offices in Clifton and Fort Lee, New Jersey, and Aventura, Florida.
- Immigration Law
- Asylum, Citizenship, Deportation Defense, Family Visas, Green Cards, Immigration Appeals, Investment Visas, Marriage & Fiancé(e) Visas, Student Visas, Visitor Visas, Work Visas
Credit Cards Accepted
We accept all major credit cards.
Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
Some matters are billed as a flat rate, while removal/deportation defense matters are billed hourly.
- New Jersey
- 3rd Circuit
- English: Spoken, Written
- Attorney/Founding Owner
- Cella & Associates, LLC US Immigration Attorneys
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- US Immigration Law Firm
- New York Law School
- J.D. (1992) | Law
- Honors: Merit-based Scholoriship
- William Paterson University
- Political Science
- Honors: Dean's List
- Peer Review Rated
- American Immigration Lawyers Association  # 10522
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- Activities: Attendance and participation is seminars and chapter meetings.
- New Jersey State Bar  # 029291993
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- jornada do imigrante Violencia domestica
- National, The Brazilian Newspaper
- Types of Visa Available to Foreign Investors, Golbal Business Council - Keynote Speaker
- Golbal Business Council
- Q. Hello, I have question about visa and green card
- A: Hi. Thank you for contacting Cella & Associates with your immigration inquiry. As long as there is no two-year foreign residency requirement associated with your J-1 status (which their shouldn’t be), and if he is a US Citizen, you should be fine. You should have a consultation with an immigration attorney to make sure there are no other issues. Joseph G. Cella, Esq. Cella & Associates, LLC National Toll Free: 877.583.7080 www.CellaLaw.com