Immigration Law FAQ
Brad Bernstein, an immigration lawyer in NYC and David “Squeeze” Annakie of Jamrock radio stream live from the Law Offices of Spar & Bernstein located in New York to cover immigration news and answer legal questions on immigration related to such questions as: Why are you always stopped at the airport when travelling and how long will it take for a green card holder to file for their spouse? Other immigration questions covered in this episode include: How long will it take to get an approval after filing an I-360? How can you adjust your status if you have overstayed on a visitor's visa? Can and should you buy house if your TPS work permit will expire soon? What should you do if you overstayed on a visitor's visa but also married a permanent resident of the United States? Can a conditional green card holder file for an adult child? What forms are required for a conditional green card holder file for an adult child? What is the maximum amount of time you can wait to complete your medical exam after applying for an adjustment of status? What's the next step after you've paid the fees for a visa application and affidavit of support? How do you apply for refugee status in the United States? What is the difference between refugee status and asylum? Can a 2 year green card holder file for a parent? How can a green card holder apply for US citizenship if they are unable to read? How long will it take a green card holder to file for an adult child? If you applied for asylum and haven't received a receipt, can you apply for a EAD? Can you adjust your status if you are a visa holder married to green card holder and have a child who is a citizen of the United States?