Solving Your Problems January 5, 2018 IMMIGRATION EDITION
Immigration attorney Brad Bernstein tackles callers legal immigration questions with the help of CEO David “Squeeze” Annakie live from the Law Offices of Spar & Bernstein in New York City 0:18 - What should you do if the immigration officer shows bias during your marriage interview? 3:33 - Do you have to do a new filing if your green card petition was denied because the department of immigration did not believe you were in a Bona Fide marriage? 5:17 - If you are applying to adjust your status, should you file your jointly with your spouse? 7:43 - Do you have to travel with your spouse if you received travel documents after adjusting your status? 7:59 - After you have completed your biometrics, when should your work permit arrive? 9:06 - If you work in different locations throughout the United States, will your spouse have a problem removing the conditions of their green card? 10:55 - When do you need an affidavit of the support? 13:30 - What forms should you file to adjust the status of your new spouse who came to the United States on a fiance visa? 14:51 - How long should it take get approval once you have received your receipt notice, if you file for a spouse who is living outside of the US? 15:30 - If you are in the process of getting your green card, how do you get an extension on a work permit ? 17:26 - What documents will you need to show that you are eligible derived citizenship? 19:21 - How can you get a green card if you are a married to a United States citizen who will not file for you due to marital issues? ***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.