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Immigration Consequences of a Plea Deal, Timeline After You File the I-751 (Immigration Advice)

9-24-19 Callers 0:00 If my wife is sponsoring me for a green card, can I add myown income to the I-864 affidavit of support? 0:53 My friend was been detained by ICE, and they took her and her child’s passport. Is she going to get deported? 2:05 My parent recently became a naturalized U.S. citizen. If he petitions me for a green card, can I elect to stay in the F2b category instead of F1? Can I adjust my status in the U.S. with TPS? 4:25 Do I have to take my husband’s surname after we get married? 5:00 How do I prove to USCIS that my spouse and I are in a bona fide marriage? 6:21 I completed the I-751 waiver after I divorced my wife. However, my interview occurred nearly three years ago, and recently USCIS informed me that they never received my divorce decree. What can I do? 8:00 Should I make a motion to reopen my case or refile my application? 9:02 Is it normal to have a second interview for an I-751 removal of conditions application? 10:10 What is the sequence of events after I file the I-751, removal of conditions? 12:32 My parent filed an I-130 petition for my sibling in 2001. The case was approved, but she later, unfortunately, passed away. How can my sibling’s case be continued? 15:02 How can I adopt my niece from Jamaica? 24:03 After a criminal judge and my criminal defense attorney never notified me of the immigration consequences of entering into a plea deal, I plead no contest to a deportable drug conviction. A new attorney has since filed a motion to reopen my criminal case. However, in the meantime, attended my immigration interview with the motion to reopen documents and evidence. What will USCIS do with that information? 30:28 Can my son renew his green card with a pending criminal charge of strangulation? 32:01 Ten-months have passed since my marriage-based interview, and we have still not heard a decision on my case. What can we do? 34:48 My marriage-based I-130 petition has been pending since 2018. What can I do? 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 Book Immigration Consultation with Brad Bernstein for Legal Consultation NOW! Book an Immigration consultation with our immigration lawyer NOW! 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. Join the Brad Squad SOCIAL MEDIA Visit BradShowLive Facebook Follow Brad Show Live Instagram Follow Brad Show Live Twitter Follow Spar Bernstein Facebook Follow Spar Bernstein on Twitter Follow Spar Bernstein Instagram #NYCImmigrationServices #USAImmigration #CitizenshipAndNaturalization #GreenCard #DACA #WorkVisa #VAWA #BradShowLive #SparBernstein #BradSquad

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