Solving Your Problems January 26, 2018 IMMIGRATION EDITION
New York City immigration lawyer Brad Bernstein sans David "Squeeze" Annakie you takes your calls on legal immigration questions live from the Law Offices of Spar and Bernstein. 2:18 - Will you be able to get a green card if you are accused of misrepresenting your marital status when you applied for a visa? 6:11 - If you have a felony criminal conviction, can you file a waiver prior to filing to become a citizen of the United States? 11:12 - What should you expect if you are asked to come before a deportation judge? 14:20 - Can you file for a grandchild if you do not have custody? 17:00 - If you started an adjustment of status, will moving to another state slow down your processing time? 17:53 - Should you do an infopass if you are waiting for USCIS to review additional documents on your green card application? 20:43 - What should you do if USCIS keeps returning the documents to adjust your status of your children after an adult child filed for you and their siblings? 24:50 - How can you apply for your children who live outside of the US and how long will the process take if you are a green card holder? 27:50 - If your parent who was a citizen of the United States passed away after filing for your sibling who lives outside of the US, is there a way for you to take over the case ? 29:18 - If you came to the United States as a child years ago and you lost all forms of your identification, what can you do? 31:45 - If you had a case against you dismissed would that still be considered a conviction to the office of immigration? ***SUBSCRIBE/Follow Us*** Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheBradandSqueezeShow Twitter: https://twitter.com/BradAndSqueeze Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/BradAndSqueeze Everyone has a right to the American Dream, and we want to help you reach yours! Law Offices of Spar & Bernstein Call 1-800-529-5465 Today! 225 Broadway, 5th FL New York, New York 10007 Attorney Advertisement. Prior Successful results do not guarantee a similar outcome.