DACA Update, Emergency Medicare & Public Charge Rule (Immigration Advice)
0:00 How many years of taxes does USCIS look at when sponsoring someone? 0:06 Any DACA updates? 0:45 What do you do if you misplace your green card? 0:59 If I used to get medicare when I was pregnant, would that affect my adjustment of status? 1:06 Would having medicaid affect your adjustment of status if you file before Oct. 15? 1:18 Will the new immigration law affect my adjustment of status if my U.S. citizen husband sponsors me after Oct. 15? 1:33 After my biometrics appointment I received an I-797 NOA, stating the action was completed and approved for filing. What does this mean? 2:45 My U.S. citizen father filed for me in 2017. I am unmarried and over the age of 21-years-old. How much longer will I have to wait before I get my green card? 3:01 Can my case be expedited? 4:34 Do I need to transfer my immigration case to the service center of where I am moving? 5:00 The status of my immigration case transitioned to “refused under 214 B letter.” Why? 5:27 When can I file for child after I get my green card? 5:40 Will the new public charge rule affect my case? 5:48 My parents case is under administrative processing for the last year and a half. At the time of their interview, the consular officer submitted a waiver on their behalf. What is going to happen with their case? 6:04 When can someone apply as an innocent spouse? 6:55 What does it mean if I got a letter from USCIS stating that my “eligibility category is CO9”? 7:10 What is the difference between the I-485 approval notice v. welcome notice? 7:20 I received my work permit on Aug 1, 2019. My case online states that my fingerprints have been reviewed. What is the next step? 9:21 My step-kid’s case has been in administrative processing for more than 120 days after his/her interview. What can I do to move the case along? 9:41 Can someone on a visitor’s visa change his/her status to a student visa? 10:14 Would the new public charge rule affect me if I receive emergency medicaid? 10:24 How can my sister adjust her status in the U.S? 10:51 My spouse owes almost $14,000 in back child support. How would this affect him sponsoring me and my three children? 11:23 I’m a VAWA applicant, and my work permit was sent to my abuser’s home. How can I have USCIS send me my work permit to my new place of residency? 12:12 Am I eligible to apply for citizenship if I use medicaid? 12:27 I would like to sponsor my spouse, who is currently on a J-1 visa. Would I need to file a waiver if she has a two-year home residency requirement? 12:47 Will my kids applications fall under the new public charge rule if I submit the I-130 petitions now? 13:18 Can a U.S. citizen sponsor someone if they filed taxes only once? 13:27 Do I have to get a police clearance? 13:46 My I-130 petition has been pending 1-year. Should it be taking this long? 14:10 Can I adjust my status based off marriage to a U.S. citizen if I was previously denied an R-1 Visa? Attorney Advertisement. Prior successful results do not guarantee a similar outcome. Call us for HELP NOW! *USA*: 1-800-529-5465 *INT:* 1-212-227-8933 VISIT Law Offices of Spar Bernstein 225 Broadway, 5th FL New York, New York 10007 https://www.lawsb.com/ https://www.bradshowlive.com/ Book Immigration Consultation with Brad Bernstein for Legal Consultation NOW! https://www.lawsb.com/book-and-pay-for-consultation-with-brad-bernstein/ Book an Immigration consultation with our immigration lawyer NOW! https://www.lawsb.com/book-and-pay-for-immigration-consultation/ Brad Show Live is a digital infotainment talk and legal advice show broadcast live on Facebook and YouTube. It reaches hundreds of thousands of viewers worldwide. Brad Show Live is hosted by Brad Bernstein, Managing Partner of the Law Offices of Spar & Bernstein who has provided invaluable legal immigration help to 70,000 plus clients over two decades. As the host of Brad Show Live, Brad takes a compassionate, straightforward and humorous approach on immigration, civil rights, family unity, humanity, news, politics, and social justice. Airing two hours a day, Monday – Friday, 5:30-7:30 p.m. EST, Brad answers viewers’ legal and immigration questions through live calls and social media interaction, along with commentary, thought provoking and revealing interviews, eye-opening field segments, and hilarious interactive games and laughs with our loyal viewers – The Brad Squad.